Must-See Landmarks in Mexico

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There are so many fascinating landmarks in Mexico. From historic and sacred places that give you a glimpse of ancient Mayan life to museums and cathedrals in the city.


Chichen Itza

Located on the Yucatan Peninsula, these ancient ruins are a must-see. The stepped pyramid structure was once inhabited by Mayans.



This is one of the lesser-known Mayan ruins landmarks on the Yucatan Peninsula, south of Tulum.



Mayápan was a walled city with an estimated population of between 15,000 and 17,000 people. The site has more than 4000 structures within the city walls.


Catedral Metropolitana

The Cathedral Metropolitana stands beautifully in the heart of Mexico City. This grand building dates back to 1573 and is completed with ​​Gothic, Baroque, Neoclassical, and Plateresque styles.


Basilica de Santa María de Guadalupe

This church in Mexico City is an important religious site built to honor the Virgin Mary of Guadalupe. Its architectural beauty will wow you.


Ángel de la Independencia

This stunning monument stands on Paseo de la Reforma, one of Mexico City’s famous avenues.


Cenote Ik-Kil

This gorgeous blue-watered cenote is known for its vines that hang from the forest floor and deep into the cenote.

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