On this Mexico daytrip you explore the lesser-known Edzná ruin, which has been inhabited for around 2,000 years and is probably related to Chichén Itzá.
After breakfast, you will be picked up from your hotel in Campeche and taken to the archaeological site of Edzná. Located 45 minutes south-east of the capital, a guided tour will allow you to admire the diversity of the architecture of this ancient Mayan city. The name Edzná means the House of the Itzá, which indicates a possible connection between Edzná and Chichén Itzá. The archaeologically interesting area is approximately 25 km². There are several very large buildings which date back to the classic period of Mayan history. In the early afternoon you will be returned to your hotel in Campeche.