Chichen Itza is a small town that means 'at the mouth of the well of Itza'.
It is located on the Peninsula of Yucatan, Mexico.
It is one of the most visited areas in the country since the spectacular ancient ruins enthrall those who stop for a visit to this little town.
Easy to access, local buses ply between the town and the international airports of Merida and Cancun.
Spring and autumn would be the perfect time to visit this destination due to the pleasant average tropical climate.
It boasts presenting one of the Seven Wonders of the World elected in 2007 the Kukulkan Pyramid.
Apart from the famous El Castillo, there are many archaeological sites, which can be traced back to the Mayan culture.
Other points of interest are Greta Ball court, Temple of Kukulkan, Temple of the Warriors and Sacred Cenote.
Pre-Hispanic civilization and the Mesoamerican zone are the reasons behind the rich history of the town.
The credit also goes to the heterogeneous population and culture that worked in creating wide architectural styles all across Itza.
A UNESCO world heritage site, well known for its ruins, Chichen Itza is visited by millions all year round.