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- The state is famous for its beautiful beaches and Carnaval, an annual celebration featuring music, dance and spectacular parades.
- The state of Veracruz is rich with arable lands where fine coffee and tobacco are grown.
- Yucatán is one of the 31 states of Mexico, located on the north of the Yucatán Peninsula.
- It is bordered on the north by the Gulf of Mexico, on the east and southeast by the Mexican state of Quintana Roo, and in the southwest by the Mexican state of Campeche.
- Its coastal regions feature white sand beaches and mangrove forests a few miles inland.
- It covers an area of 43,380 square kilometers (16,749 square miles).
- The state capital of Yucatán is Merida.
- A combination of white sandy beaches and natural beach.
- The archaeological site of Coba is near Tulum as well as Tulum Ruins with its captivating beach.
- Merida is situated perfectly so you can travel to any number of ruin sites.
- White sand, blue warm water and palm trees abound.
- Winter is traditionally the tourist season and December is by default the busiest month for the big beach resorts.
- Best time to visit is October-November, and March-April.
How to reach
- By Air - You can fly to Veracruz from the US and and other points in Mexico including Mexico City & Oaxaca.
- By Bus - You can travel to Veracruz on a luxury bus from Mexico City - the trip takes around 6 hours.
- By Car - Driving to Veracruz is very fast and efficient using the many high-speed toll roads which connect this region.
- Federal highways, roads, and rail lines connect Yucatán with its neighboring states.
- 9,000 kilometers (5,625 miles) of highways and over 600 kilometers (375 miles) of railway in the state.
- A four-lane toll road crosses the peninsula from Cancún (in the state of Quintana Roo) through Mérida toward the state of Campeche.
- Public transportation via city bus systems is available in Mérida and other cities.
- Travel to major Mexican cities and international destinations is made possible by the Mérida Licenciado-Manuel Crescencio Rejon International Airport.
- Yucatecan food is its own unique style and is very different from what most people would consider \"Mexican\" food.
- Queso Relleno is a \"gourmet\" dish featuring ground pork inside of a carved Edam cheese ball served with tomato sauce.
- Sopa de Lima A turkey, lime, and tortilla soup.
- Cochinita Pibil is a marinated pork dish and by far the most renowned of Yucatecan food.
- There are miles of sandy beach and lots of shopping and nightlife.