Begin your full-day tour with pickup from your hotel in Merida and head to the center of Izamal, a designated Pueblo Magico where the Convento de San Antonio de Padua is located. This Franciscan convent was built in 1553 atop Pap-Hol-Chac(House of Thunder), which was the tallest pre-Columbian pyramid in the city.
Learn about the local history and admire the colonial architecture of its 75 arches as you stroll with your guide through the spacious atrium. See the towns yellow-painted houses and browse for crafts from local artisans.
Next, board an antique horse-drawn carriage and traverse the citys cobblestone streets, stopping at the Pyramid of El Conejo and the Pyramid of Kinich Kakm. Climb the 10-level structure, the tallest archaeological structure in the Yucatan, before feasting on a traditional Yucatecan lunch.
Conclude your visit to Izamal with return transport to Merida.