Where to Go / What to Do in Uxmal

Besides visiting the archeological ruins that surely motivated your trip to this place, at Uxmal you can horseback or bicycle ride, swim, play tennis or volleyball and sunbathe in the comfy facilities of the zone’s hotels.

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