Valladolid is Madrid in small, with historical buildings were kings and known characters like Cervantes or Christopher Columbus lived. It was once the capital of Spain.It's also home of the international contest of tapas, so great food and wines are everywhere.
• 9 hours
Discover one of the NEWEST wonders of the world and the mysteries of the great Mayan empire capital.Your guide will tell you the history of this great culture, from Mayan calendar still used today in the shape of a pyramid to the traditional ball game “Poc-Ta-Pok” that was held in the stadium.Start the day swimming in the cave cenote; this is a closed sinkhole inside a cave so you can cool off, afterwards you will enjoy a typical cuisine of the Yucatan region, then you will visit the Mayan Capital and to close the tour you will go to Valladolid, a colonial town from the 60s.
• 10 hours
The natural wonders, archeological treasures, and cultural charms of the Yucatán are at your fingertips on this all-inclusive day of exploration. Roam the vast archeological site of the Maya city of Chichén Itzá, cool off with a dip in a serene cenote, snap photos of colorful buildings in colonial Valladolid, and relax between stops on a spacious coach complete with an open bar.
• 12 hours
Discover how a fine Ribera del Duero wine is born, see where it is left to age to perfection and taste some of the different varieties. Experience the best of the winery with a tour of the facility and a tasting of 4 wines paired with local cheese.Visit a fascinating winery placed in the backyard of a Castilian house in the tiny town of Quintanilla de Arriba, Valladolid. The vineyards are in the heart of Ribera del Duero, located on chalky-clayish soils and planted 100% with tempranillo. The winery supports and uses a sustainable practice of winemaking and viticulture taking care of both the raw material (grapes, vines) and the environment.You will tour the winery and walk across the vineyard learning the secrets of the winemakers. At the end of the visit the staff will invite you in the cellar for a wine tasting paired with local cheese and cold cuts.
• 2 hours
The natural wonders, archaeological treasures, and cultural charms of the Yucatán are at your fingertips on this twelve-hour day of exploration. Roam the vast archaeological site of the Maya city of Chichén Itzá, cool off with a dip in a serene cenote, snap photos of colorful buildings in colonial Valladolid, and relax between stops on a spacious coach complete with an assortment of drinks.Chichén Itzá. This archaeological site features excavated ruins and well-preserved temples, including the enormous ancient Mesoamerican ball court, where sacrificial games were played with deadly stakes.Peer into the mysterious depths of the Cenote Sagrada, and then climb back into the comfort of the bus, Your final stop is in the quiet colonial city of Valladolid, where the pastel walls of shops and restaurants are a colorful backdrop for pictures.
• 12 hours