The setting is great, lots of original state buildings are preserved and very well preserved, lots of history to learn from here, interesting tours, we were very satisfied with this!
The colonial town of Izamar is located about 72 kilometers east of Mérida and is one of the most distinctive towns in Utah. Known as the "city of hills", it means that the buried Mayan pyramids are now the political center here.
[Campeche] Mexico’s airport management is really messy. Although the airport is very small, the gate is not specified, and no one tells the details about the plane's delay, nor does it say when the plane arrives or where it comes from. On the plane, the customs is a small table like an information desk, and you won’t notice it when you pass by. Well, life depends on luck.
The small colonial town of Izamar here has a strong Spanish style in both the architecture and the living habits of the residents. It was an important settlement for Spanish colonists at that time, and the current residents also have many Spanish descendants. Coming here feels like coming to the streets of Europe, with a strong atmosphere of European culture. It's also exotic locally, it's worth a walk.
The colonial town of Isamar is a colonial town in Merida. There is a strong Spanish style here, and both the shops and the streets retain a strong colonial color. Everyone can feel the Spanish style here, it is really a very stylish Mexican town.