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Copán Day Trip from Guatemala City
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Copan, Honduras
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Reviewed 1 June 2017

The ball court is in excellent shape. Some of the original stone sculptures have been removed in order to preserve them. There are models in the area so you see how it looked. Don't worry though, the originals are all just a short walk away...More

Thank Beth_Moscov
Reviewed 30 May 2017 via mobile

Copan Ruins are an absolute gem, one of the nicest of all the Mayan sites we visited on our trip. The Pelota or ball court has an interesting history but today it is a simple green field. What makes it such a fabulous sight is...More

Thank Bozeman-Dublin
Reviewed 13 May 2017

This is a part of the Copan ruins site. It is an impressive part of the site and is not to be missed.

Thank KayleeShepheard
Reviewed 6 March 2017

This is part of the overall Copan ruins tour. Completely excavated with many statues and hieroglyphics. What an amazing culture.

Thank harste
Reviewed 10 February 2017

Everyone interested in Mayan civilization has read about the Mayan Ball Courts and how the head of the loser/winner/player/someone was cut off at the end of the game. What is surprising at Copan, is how small the ball court actually was. It was a very...More

Thank kbyoga
Reviewed 24 November 2016

This area of the Ruinas has been completely restored and looks polished and smooth as a result, but it's still a highlight of the entire park complex, just left of the temple staircase being renovated, you can climb to the top of the ball court,...More

1  Thank Jarko2015
Reviewed 8 September 2016

Not just the ball court but the whole ruins are good, a short walk from town down a well kept path, the entry fee is a lot, but there's not much else to do in Copan, we got to go down the tunnels for no...More

Thank Chris M
Reviewed 28 August 2016

After visiting many ruins along central america the most distinguished feature of Copan in the creativity and design of cravings. Its a very interesting place to visit, we did walking and it was a very well spent day. Take water may be very hot.

Thank M M
Reviewed 11 June 2016 via mobile

Mayan ball courts were the site of great games--with the losers often losing their heads. It's fun to imagine how they had to use hips, heads, and other body parts except for hands and feet to make the ball hit the goals on slanting -...More

Thank cfuller603
Reviewed 29 May 2016

The ball courts are only a small part of the ruins and structures at Copan, but this guide does not have a rating sheet for the overall site which is one of the best and most extensive, ranking with Tikal and Quiriga. While both Copan...More

Thank Fredi728
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