Edzna, Yucatan Peninsula
Categories: Ruins, Tourist Spots
Built in the 5th century BCE, Edzna ensures a look at a remarkably well preserved Mayan complex of structures. The focal point of this ancient ensemble of buildings is the main temple, featuring five stone floors designed to provide a good overview of the surrounding area. Other highlights include a ball court, with accompanying buildings once used to store sporting equipment and ritual items utilized during various Mayan festivals. Plan to visit Edzna and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Chichen Itza attractions using our Chichen Itza itinerary planner.
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Diese Ruinenstadt war ein absolutes Highlight. Man kommt durch ein kleines Waldstück zum Eingang, wo sich dann plötzlich die imposanten Steinruinen hervortun. Ein toller Anblick. Außerdem ist es sehr ... read more »This ruined city was an absolute highlight. It comes through a small forest to the entrance, where is then suddenly do the imposing stone ruins. A great sight. In addition, it is very tourist-poor. In contrast to the Chichen Itza running over there we were the only tourists. HIGHLIGHT!show original
El lugar es maravilloso, te transporta a otra época. En cuanto lo ves quedas impresionada, no encuentro palabras para describir un mágico lugar. Un lugar que no puede faltar cuando se visita Campeche.The place is wonderful, transports you to another era. As you see it stay impressed, can't find words to describe a magical place. A place that you can't miss when you visit Campeche.show original
My boyfriend and I had rented a car and drove from Merida to Campeche (also totally worth a visit) and on our second day we took a 45 minute drive to Edzna. It's an easy drive especially with google m... read more »
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