Located in the heart of Ticul, this hotel is within 20 mi (32 km) of Kabah, Casa de las Tortugas, and Palacio del Gobernador. Uxmal Archaeological Site and Pyramid of the Magician are also within 20 mi (32 km).
Situated in Uxmal, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Uxmal Archaeological Site, Casa de las Tortugas, and Palacio del Gobernador. Governors Palace and Pyramid of the Magician are also within 2 mi (3 km).
Situated in Uxmal, this spa resort is within a 5-minute walk of Uxmal Archaeological Site, Casa de las Tortugas, and Palacio del Gobernador. Governors Palace and Pyramid of the Magician are also within 15 minutes.
Situated in Santa Elena, this bed & breakfast is in the same area as Kabah. Regional attractions also include Casa de las Tortugas and Palacio del Gobernador.
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From Ticul, the popular city of Merida is 40 miles to the north.
Santa Elena is located 9 miles to the southwest, and Mani sits 10 miles to the east.
Treat your tastebuds in the region's many dining venues. Be sure to experience the local vibe and feast upon some customary dishes.
Start your gastronomic experience by trying out the wide variety of meals available, many featuring locally-sourced ingredients, beans and pork.
Take a tip from the locals and dine on esquites (mexican corn salad) or tamales.
This area is the perfect place to fill up on mouthwatering arroz con leche (rice with milk).
Find somewhere to relax with a glass or two of Dos Equis, a well-loved beer in these parts.
Café de olla (cinnamon coffee) is a popular non-alcoholic option that one can order no matter what time it is.
Be sure to try tejuino, a common local alcoholic drink.
If you're after a lovely drop of red or white to complement your dinner, why not taste some sauvignon blanc or viognier?
Engage with the locals in Mexico by familiarizing yourself with their language. "¿Querría bailar conmigo?" means "Would you like to dance with me?" There's also "Este caballero pagará por todo", which translates as "This gentleman will pay for everything".
On the 16th of September, thoroughly enjoy the festive fun of Independence Day, a day of national celebration.
When the time comes to finally end your unforgettable vacation, bid "Adiós" to Ticul and the friends you've made and start making plans to return one day!
The handiest airport, Manuel Crescencio Rejon International Airport, is 40 miles to the north of Ticul.
Accommodation in Ticul
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