Located halfway between Cancun and Mérida, Valladolid is a small town (50,000 inhabitants) in the state of Yucatan. It was founded in 1543 by the Spanish conquerors on the remains of the Mayan village of Chauac-Há.
In the 19th century it was seriously affected by an indigenous revolution known as the War of the Castes, and recovery began in that century.

Top sights in Valladolid:

Francisco Cantòn Square, is the center of the city, surrounded by the main attractions – the Church of San Gervásio, the park, and the municipal palace.
Nearby, some cenotes are worth visiting, and further afield, Chichen-Itzà and Rio Lagartos are top attractions.


Valladolid – 3 hours for lunch and a quick look

What I have seen Visiting Valladolid - A simple city We made a stop for lunch, and... it was all ... Read More

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