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  • The Descent of Kukulcan During the three most celebrated days which witnesses The Descent of Kukulcan (the 19th, 20th and 21 March), Chichen Itza hosts music, dances and theatrical performances organized in the interior of the site, as well as at the access door.
  • Tour the ruins of Uxmal Yucatán Trails can book you a tour to the ruins ruins, leaving at 9 am and returning around 5 pm. This trip includes a guided tour in English, lunch, and transportation. You can also see these beautiful ruins in a different light with an evening light and sound show.

Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel South Side of Plaza Mon. - Sun. 8.00 to 14.00 & 17.00 to 21.00 Free Admission San Miguel's famous landmark, the parish church or La Parroquia as referred to locally, stands tall and proud just of the Central Plaza. It delicately frames the centre of San Miguel Mexico with crafted pink stone highlighted by the sun during daytime hours and at night the pink tones appear to be radiating due to clever lighting.

  • Dolphinarium "El Laguito"

Show Schedule: 11am and 3pm. Open: daily from 9.30am-5pm.

Located in mid-Varadero close to the southern highway, this attraction is a great way for families and kids to get close to everyone's favorite sea animal. Two dolphins' shows daily and the opportunity to swim with the "stars".

  • Modern Havana is a region of Havana Cuba, wich begins in Vedado, northwest of the Old Town. 23rd Street, is the city´s main axis, also known as "La Rampa" (the Ramp) because of the gradual rising of its lower section. Luxury hotels like the National and the Habana Libre line this street, a remarkable legacy of years gone-by. The neighboring streets teem with Art-Nouveau houses and villas. The political center lies at Revolution Square and its surrounding buildings. Close by, Columbus Cemetery expands on itself, today a National Monument and a genuine marble city for the deceased, dating back from the late 19th century. Further ahead, the aristocratic section of Miramar joins the landscape, with palace-like villas which have been turned into embassies, expensive restaurants and exclusive stores.


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