The Highest Pyramid in Mexico at Tonina Mayan Ruins

The Highest Pyramid in Mexico at Tonina Mayan Ruins

Do you know which one is the highest pyramid in Mexico?
Let me share with you this wonderful place, where you can still climb the Great Pyramid.

Visit Edzna Mayan Ruins in Campeche

Visit Edzna Mayan Ruins in Campeche

Let me share with you one of the most beautiful Archaeological Sites in Mexico, Edzna. Not so crowded but really Amazing!

Tulum Ruins What I Need to Know

Tulum Ruins What I Need to Know

Tulum, Mexico has become one of the most popular destinations in the world. The main reason is the marvelousArchaeological Site next to the Caribbean Sea.
Let me share the best about Tulum Ruins.
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Paquime Archaeological and Pre-Hispanic Site

Paquime Archaeological and Pre-Hispanic Site

The amazing Paquime Ruins, an archaeological site that seems out of a movie, with a totally different and unique architecture that blends with the landscape. The wonderful place was named a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. It was a city built as a maze, nowadays,…

El Tajin, The Thunder City and Papantla

El Tajin, The Thunder City and Papantla

I want to show you El Tajin Ruins, a pre-Columbian archaeological site that was declared a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO. It is believed that it was the capital of the Totonac Empire, which has survived to show the greatness and importance of pre-Hispanic…

Palenque Ruins, a Wonder in Chiapas

Palenque Ruins, a Wonder in Chiapas

Palenque Ruins is an archaeological site located in the Mexican state of Chiapas, it was an astonishing Maya city in the 7th century. There is no doubt that is one of the most impressive Mayan cities. One of the wonders of Palenque is that it…

Teotihuacan a majestic ancient city

Teotihuacan a majestic ancient city

Teotihuacan a majestic ancient city located approximately 40 km of Mexico City and also designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1987. I visited this place when I was maybe 5 years old and I remember it was awesome, but now that I understand it…