ADO Bus Terminal
A first-class bus terminal with routes covering the entire Mexican Caribbean coastline as well as the center, south, and southeast of the country.
Calle Pino, Súper Manzana 23, Manzana 56, Lotes 1 y 2, 77500, Cancún.
Monument to the History of Mexico
Located in the city’s first block, it was conceived to honor the greatness of Mexican history. Installed in 1981, it is also known as “La Licuadora” (or “the blender”) for its peculiar shape.
Established in the city center in 1975, it has a wide esplanade called “Plaza de la Reforma,” which is used for different events throughout the year.
Located at the intersection of avenues Tulum and Coba in route to the Hotel Zone, it was installed in 1994. This piece is the work of a sculptor from New York who won the contest to create the new monument. Its original name is “Fantasía Caribeña” (Caribbean Fantasy).
Installed in 1980, it’s located at the entrance of the Hotel Zone at the intersection of avenues Cobá and Bonampak. It’s the representation of the god Kukulcán of the Maya culture, a concept that aims to give the destination a cultural identity.
“Cristo Resucitado” Church
It opened in 1995 with only a metal roof, and it wasn’t until 2000 that its first pillar could be built. It is the first and only Catholic church in the Hotel Zone. Masses are held here as well as weddings, quiceañera celebrations, and more.
Jardín del Arte
At kilometer 4.5 of the Hotel Zone, this park is located on the shore of the Nichupté Lagoon. Originally created for exhibiting art and cultural projects, it has a 600-meter (nearly 2,000-foot) corridor, palm shelters, and gardens, which makes it the perfect place for picnics or for simply walking around and enjoying the scenery.
Monument to the Heroic Cadets
Located in the Hotel Zone on Kukulcán Boulevard in the same park as the monumental flag, this is a memorial for the “niños heroes,” which pays homage to the six cadets who fought at the Chapultepec Castle and lost their lives in battle in 1847.