The Maya Train is one of the most important infrastructure and mobility projects in contemporary mexican history. Modern, comfortable, and aerodynamic, the Maya Train glides through 1,554 km (approximately 965 mi) of unmatched scenery in a land steeped in history, natural exuberance, ancestral traditions and living cultures that have stood the test of time, spreading across five states with extraordinary cultural wealth: Chiapas, Campeche, Tabasco, Yucatán and Quintana Roo.
Through its thirty-four stations, with the help of The Ultimate Guide to the Maya Train Route, you will be able to discover the treasures of this region, visiting a range of ar chaeological sites, historic cities, Pueblos Mágicos (magical towns), nature reserves and eco-parks with their cenotes (deep, natural wells), rivers and waterfalls, in addition to discovering the traditions that are the hallmark of a proudly multicultural nation.
This route will take you from world heritage sites to virtually unexplored areas. The Maya Train will also allow you find out more about the area through The Great Museum of Chichen Itzá, The Puuc Archaeological Museum, and The Western Coast Museum.
We are confident The Ultimate Guide to the Maya Train Route will be the perfect travel companion. Its descriptions, infographics, maps, routes, photographs and texts will unlock new experiences, enabling you to experience the Mexican southeast differently and witness one of the most extraordinary cultures that has ever existed


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