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More Ruins more to learn a new smarter tribe with amazing archeological talents. The city is beautiful but sadly did not survive due to over population and the high priest was not able to provide for the large community.
El Tajin is a must for everyone interested in prehispanic civilizations. Fortunately, since a long time ago it is not allowed to climb the buildings. You can easily spend 3 to 4 hours visiting the site, including the museum (with very little to see and...More
I would like to give El Tajin top marks but compared to some of the other Mesoamerican sites my wife and I visited, I just can't.
The reason for this is that El Tajin is kept safely behind barriers so instead of exploring and feeling...More
This site is a short taxi ride from Papantla and while being quite popular with Mexican tourists, is almost unknown to foreigners. Hence it's a good contrast to some of the Yucatan sites. A bonus at weekends is the hourly performance of the voladores, who...More
A very unique archeological site sitting in the middle of hills and trees with some of America’s oldest history and very uncommon building techniques. Some areas even having a slight resemblance to Mitla in Oaxaca. The view of the main pyramid from the highest view...More
I loved this place, there is around 40 buildings (pyramids) full of history. You can walk around the place and you can see the forest just beside it. You have the great combination between ancient history and the great and powerfull tropical forest.
This sight is quite interesting as the main pyramid is full of little niches, making it quite unique. One can go with a tour but I recommend driving, if possible, as it is an easy drive and allows you freedom to wonder around at your...More
you can pay tour from Veracruz or Poza Rica but you can also travel by your own to Papantla and stay the night there as is a nice place to visit also. Tajin open all days and is 15 minutes from Papantla and you can...More
The arqueological place is stunning, try to fix a tour with the offical site guide, bring water and an umbrella ir hat.don buy anything in the parking Lot they abused of the tourist. The piramids are amazing you Will love it
The food is good...More