Chichén Itzá Station Mayan Train
The Chichén Itzá station of the Maya Train is not yet enabled for ticket purchases, but the train stops at the station; you can access it from another station or stop, for example: Cancun Airport Station.
How to get to Chichén Itzá Station?
Chichén Itzá Station Pictogram: Temple of Kukulkan
One of the most representative structures of Chichén Itzá is the Temple of Kukulkan (also known as “El Castillo“).
The current temple was built in the 12th century AD by the Itza Mayans in their capital. Its design features a geometrically pyramid shape, consisting of nine levels, four main facades, each with a central staircase, and an upper platform topped by a small temple.
Chichén-Itzá Archaeological Site
Monday to Sunday from 8:30 a.m. to 17:00 hrs. Last access at 16:00 hrs.
Preferential attention for agencies from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
$95.00 Mexican pesos | Foreigners $225.00 Mexican pesos
Additionally, the Government of the State of Yucatan charges an admission fee of $417.00 for foreigners and $130.00 for Mexicans with official identification