Museo de San Roque
Previously a church, the Museo de San Roque has models and exhibits relating the history of the city and the region. Other displays...
Rodolfo 'Rudy' Escalante, an experienced bilingual guide, offers two-hour bicycle tours to nearby cenotes. He also rents bikes if you...
Cenote Samulá is a lovely cavern pool with álamo roots stretching down many meters from the middle of the ceiling to drink from it.
This pleasant open-air bar stages live trova on Sunday, and on Friday and Saturday DJs spin electronica, reggae and reggaeton tracks....
A collection of market-style eateries that are popular for their big, cheap breakfasts. At lunch and dinner some offer comidas corridas ...
Lonely Planet review
Among the region’s several underground cenotes is Cenote Zací, set downtown in a park that also holds traditional stone-walled thatched houses and souvenir shops. People swim in this open-air swimming hole, and while it's pleasant enough, don't expect crystalline waters. Look in the water for catfish or overhead for a colony of bats. Enter the cenote from Calle 39.