As one of the tallest pyramids in the Coba site, the Temple of the Church is a popular ruin to visit. Luckily, it is also one of the ruins that guests are allowed to climb.
The main drawing point of the Temple of the Church is the ability for guest to climb the steep stairs up to the top. While it is a workout, a rope going up the side can give you some assistance.
Temple of the Church is located in the Riviera Maya, ensuring visitors to this area of the Yucatan Peninsula will have easy access to this historic attraction for the duration of their trip. With only a few accommodations in the region surrounding Temple of the Church, minimal tourist traffic can be bargained for.
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Historical site patrons who have worked up an appetite can choose from just enough dining options nearby.is an ideal restaurant to have a bite to eat on your way to checking out Temple of the Church, and offers convenient access to it. The restaurant is maybe around a few hundred yards away from this landmark, so check it out and peruse the menu. Also near Temple of the Church you and your party will find eateries such as and where you and your group should be sure to try out Mexican fare and enjoy the Yucatan Peninsula scene.
Admission into the Coba ruins are 51 pesos for adults and children over 12. There are other fees though that you should note. If you are bringing a video camera, you will need to pay 41 pesos, while a parking fee will cost another 50 pesos, a total of 141 pesos. That all equals to about $4 per person plus another $4 , about $3.30 for a camera.
Location: The Riviera Maya, Mexico
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