Pyramids in Mexico

Bonampak, Chiapas, Mexico

Guide To Bonampak

About Bonampak Secluded in jungle about 113 m (183 km) southeast of Palenque along the Rio Lacanja, is the remarkably well-preserved ruins of a Mayan temple (archeologists date it...

Chichen Itza, Yucatan, Mexico

Guide To Chichen Itza

About Chichen Itza This is Mexico’s most extensively restored archaeological park, and has always been the most-visited; since it was voted as one of the New Wonders of The World...

Chinkultic, Chiapas, Mexico

Guide To Chinkultic

About Chinkultic The ancient Maya ruins of Chinkultic, situated on the western edge of the Lakes of Montebello National Park, offer interesting temples and ancient buildings to explore and...

Coba, Yucatan, Mexico

Guide To Coba

About Coba Less visited than neighboring Tulum 31 miles (50 km) away, Coba archeological site almost feels undiscovered. Although this is one of the largest cities from the Mayan...

El Tajin, Veracruz, Mexico

Guide To El Tajin

About El Tajin North of the city of Veracruz, is the town of Papantla. Just outside of Papantla are some mysterious and fascinating archaeological ruins: El Tajin, meaning “thunder”...

Mitla, Oaxaca, Mexico

Guide To Mitla

About Mitla In the gorgeous state of Oaxaca, just outside the stunning colonial gem of Oaxaca City lie two magnificent archaeological sites: Mitla and nearby Monte Alban. Less prestigious...

Palenque, Chiapas, Mexico

Guide to Palenque

In the jungle of Chiapas you'll find the ancient Maya city of Palenque, perhaps Mexico's most breath-taking archaeological park.

Templo Mayor, Mexico City

Guide To Templo Mayor

About Templo Mayor According to legend, the Aztecs were told by a god to find a place where an eagle stood upon a cactus with a snake in its...