Posts tagged history
Edzna Ruins: Guide to the Best Day Trip from Campeche

Edzna Mayan Ruins only an hour bus ride from Campeche is the perfect one day trip when visiting this colonial city in Mexico. Edzna archeological site is one of the least visited, but it for sure deserves travelers' attention. Read our guide on how to get to Edzna Ruins independently, what to see and do, where to stay, what to pack, and how much things cost.

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Pisac Ruins and Pisac Market: A Day Trip from Cusco

Less than an hour from Cusco, when you enter Sacred Valley, lies the town of Pisac famous for the market and Pisac Ruins towering atop the hill. Read our guide on how to explore the Inca ruins, how to get from Cusco to Pisac, if it's better to travel independently or with a tour, how much things cost, and tips on how to best enjoy this popular one day trip Cusco.

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Visiting Terezin Memorial on a One-Day Trip from Prague

Terezin or Theresienstadt concentration camp lies only an hour from Prague, so visiting the place is an easy one-day trip from the capital of the Czech Republic. Our guide on how to travel to Terezin Ghetto will provide you with all the information you need to know before visiting this gloomy town reminding us of the dark side of Central European history.

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Chichen Itza: Exploring the Most Famous Mayan Ruins in Mexico

Chichen Itza is the most famous Mayan Ruins in Mexico, if not in the entire world. The site is easily accessible from all towns and cities on the Yucatan Peninsula on a one-day trip. Read our traveler's guide on how to visit the New Wonder of the World with tips on how much things cost, how to get to Chichen Itza, what you can see and whether it is better to visit independently or with a tour.

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San Agustin: Colombian Archeological Wonder

San Agustin in Huila department in Colombia doesn't feature only a beautiful landscape but is also home to many archeological sites and famous statues hidden and scattered in the surrounding green hills. The place was declared a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1995. Read our San Agustin Guide and tips on things to do to make the most of your visit.

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