Reaching Chichen Itza in Mexico, one of the seven wonders in the world, just got easier and more lucrative. Thanks to Mexico’s Maya Train that will soon help travellers to explore the parts of the Yucatan Peninsula where this seventh wonder is located.
The Mexican government is planning to relaunch the traditional Mayan Route to make the public transport convenient for the tourists who come to explore the exquisite Yucatan Peninsula. The new Mexican train route will connect the cities of Chichen Itza, Cancun, and Tulum, along with the other cities on the peninsula.
Yucatan Peninsula was once dwelled by one of the powerful civilizations in the world- Mayans (Yep, the same people who predicted 2012 to be the end of the world according to a popular misconception!). The region owes its touristic popularity to Chichen Itza’s El Callisto, the gigantic staircase pyramid which is also the seventh wonder of the world, and several scattered ruins of Mayans around.
Once the project is completed, tourists can take a Mexico Tour around the country and visit not just the famous places en route but also explore the off beaten tracks around the coast.
Details about Mexico’s Maya Train
- 1,500 m of extension tracks will be laid which will have 12 new stations of which Cancun, Tulum, and Chichen Itza are the esteemed parts.
- The 6-billion US $ project will begin in 2019 and is estimated to be completed in four years.
While Mexico’s Maya Train takes time to build and operate, you can explore other international destinations striking off one architectural wonders of the world at a time.
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Frequently Asked Questions About Mexico’s Maya Train
Where will the Maya Train in Mexico take the passengers?
The Maya Train will be launched in Mexico to cover the famous Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico. Tourists will get to visit the Chichen Itza’s El Callisto quite easily by traveling through the Maya Train.
Which cities will the Maya train connect?
After the relaunch, the Maya train will be able to connect famous Mexican cities like Cancun, Tulum, and Chichen Itza.
When will the Maya train will be operable?
The Maya train is expected to operate from the year 2023 and it is expected to ease travel for everyone.
Why is the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico so famous?
The Yucatan Peninsula is one of the most-visited regions in Mexico. It is popular since it separates the Caribbean Sea from the Gulf of Mexico. Also, it is the same place where the Mayan civilization predicted that the world would end in 2012.
Where in Mexico is the Yucatan Peninsula located?
The Yucatan peninsula is located in the Cancun city of Mexico. The town is quite popular among the younger crowds since it is famous for wild parties.
Can one climb the famous Chichen Itza in Mexico?
Sadly, no. One can not climb the Chichen Itza in Mexico. For the past few years, it is prohibited to climb the Chichen Itza.
Is Chichen Itza a city?
Chichen Itza is primarily a pre-Columbian city. The city was excavated by the archaeologists in the Yucatan state of Mexico.
How long does it take to explore Chichen Itza?
It would take you around one and a half hour to explore the entire region of Chichen Itza.
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