One of the new Seven Wonders of the World, the archeological remains of this ancient Mayan city are one of Mexico’s most popular attractions and well worth the drive (or bus ride) from Cancún. Stand in awe of El Castillo—the iconic, 98-foot pyramid that dominates the site—and explore temples, marketplaces and even a pre-Columbian ball court. Go early to take in the magnificent ruins without the crowds.
Take a voyage through the history and production process of Mexico’s favorite libation. While the largest distilleries are located on the other side of the country in Jalisco, you can still get a glimpse of the process at spots like Cancún’s quirky Hotel Tequila. For diehards, it may be worth the two-hour drive to Mayapán—an artisan distillery with tours that include visits to their on-site agave fields.
In addition to learning about the history and manufacturing process of the county’s beloved liquor, you’ll also get to try different varieties.
For a more in-depth experience, make the two-hour drive to Agave Mayapán. Tours of the artisan distillery include visits to their on-site agave fields.
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