The stunning city of Valladolid, located in the state of the Yucatan, is becoming more and more popular with travelers from around the globe, this city has much to offer. It is the perfect location to explore the history and culture of the Yucatan Peninsula.
This Pueblo Magico is filled with colonial architecture, churches and sights, including the Convent of San Benardino, where a nightly light show with the story of the history of the city can be viewed.
Valladolid is a popular and useful base for tourists looking to visit the close by Maya ruins Ek’ Balam and Chichen Itza.
Visitors are drawn to the Yucatan not only for its history and ancient ruins, but also to explore the natural wonder of the cenotes. Located within the city of Valladolid is Cenote Zaci, a refreshing, freshwater centoe (or sinkhole). There are many others surrounding the city.
Take a seat in one of the confidant chairs in the main square, and people watch with a Marquesita in your hand. The main square is surrounded by restaurants and shops. Enjoy local delicious dishes, buy local chocolate, hand crafted textiles, produce and much more.