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All reviews hotel zone small site self guided tour entry fee close to the hotel bring water nice place to visit archaeological site per adult well worth the visit couple of hours lagoon side cancun sign own pace mayan history us dollars iguanas
This is a small site with some Maya ruins. They charge 50 pesos to get in. I have a 4 and 8 year old who enjoyed walking around the ruins. Some of the ruins have plaques in English to explain what they are, but most...More
We were in Cancun at Crown Paradise for 7 days last week. We decided to check this site as we didn't want to drive for close to 2 hours to see the impressive ruins in Tulum or Coba.
In a nutshell, if you're staying in...More
You might spend a half hour here at the most. Just a bunch of old rock structures. It’s in the hotel zone so what’s probably why there are so many reviews. Not a must see. We only went to kill some time before we left...More
The best thing about these Mayan Ruins is the fact that they located right on Kukulcan Boulevard across from the hotels on the lagoon side. It's an easy and inexpensive way to experience an archeological site without having to spend and entire day out of...More
No, there is a story behind them. They would be just rocks but Sergio (the 80+ private guide who happened to be working) brought El Rey, Cancun and the Mayans to life. Parking can be difficult (I parked across the street) Entry only 55 pesos....More
This was across the road from our hotel so wandered over one cloudy morning. It's only 55 Pesos entrance (£2) and takes around half an hour to wander round.
Lots of iguanas to see too. Nice place to visit, see some ruins and escape the...More
These ruins are probably "better" than my memory of them is, but right before I saw them I had seen the amazing Mayan ruins of the Puuc Trail and of Uxmal, as well as beautifully restored Chichen Itza. If these are the only ruins that...More
We thought this would be a small non exciting tour but we met an old man Sergei Mendez and his guide tour which made this trip all the better he knew this tour inside out he gave out loads of information and pointed out the...More
El Rey is a fine local attraction, but is really nothing like as impressive as Chichen Itza. It's much closer, much cheaper, not crowded, much, much smaller and has less impressive ruins. I can't speak for the museum as I... More
El Rey is a fine local attraction, but is really nothing like as impressive as Chichen Itza. It's much closer, much cheaper, not crowded, much, much smaller and has less impressive ruins. I can't speak for the museum as I didn't visit it.
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Coming from the airport, it's to the left (opposite the ocean) about a kilometer or so before you start to see hotels. I walked there from the Royal Islander resort. It's near Playa Delfines and the Cancun block letters that... More
Coming from the airport, it's to the left (opposite the ocean) about a kilometer or so before you start to see hotels. I walked there from the Royal Islander resort. It's near Playa Delfines and the Cancun block letters that people take pictures in front of. There is good signage for it, so you will see where it is when you drive into the hotel zone from the airport. Hope that's helpful!