Uxmal, the city that has been built three times, lies surrounded by nature and was once witness to the life and customs of the Mayan ancestors who inhabited the region. It is located 62 kilometers from the city of Mérida and is considered one of the most prominent archaeological sites in the Puuc Maya area, named after the architectural style of their temples.
Once at the site, you can visit its beautiful palaces declared Historical Monuments of Humanity by UNESCO, all rectangular in shape and surrounded by pedestrian walkways. You will be amazed to see the richness and detail of its architecture and listen to the magical legends told of this place. Explore its most important monuments such as the Pyramid of the Magi, the Nunnery Quadrangle, the Governor's House, and the Temple of the Masks.