The kitchen is fully equipped and the rental comes with cooking staff.
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Izamal is situated 40 miles east from Merida city and 150 miles west from Cancun.
From Merida (40 miles)
Follow the first “Izamal” exit, cross the bridge and continue for 10 miles to the center of Izamal.
From Cancun (150 miles)
Take the highway (toll road or carretera de cuota) in the direction Cancun – Merida. After the second toll station continue towards Merida. Follow the second Izamal exit (aprox. 50 miles). Turn right and continue for 10 miles to the center of Izamal.
Casa de los Artistas: Calle 31 x 32 y 30 colonia Centro.
Known as “the city of three cultures” for its pre-Hispanic, colonial and modern charms, the visuals are fantastic—nearly every structure in the city is painted egg-yolk yellow, unifying some of the best preserved historic architecture in all of Mexico—and on a deeper level, Izamal invites visitors to enjoy the very best of smalltown Mexico life.
A pre-Hispanic pilgrimage site, Izamal is also home to over 140 ancient Maya structures that now form part of the modern town. On foot or in a horse-drawn carriage, every corner of Izamal offers surprises, from artisans’ workshops and the town’s famed folk art museum, to unforgettable sights like its magnificent San Antonio convent and the fascinating Kinch Kakmo pyramid.
For its location, Izamal is an ideal point of departure to explore the Yucatan.