1. Did you know that 110 years ago more than 1000 Koreans arrived to our state? Learn more about their history in the Museo Conmemorativo de la Inmigración Coreana.
2. Prepare yourself for the fall season of our state symphony orchestra, Orquesta Sinfónica de Yucatán, starting on September 9.
3. Be part of the search for the father figure with Francisco Martín in his exposition “Psicografías, Figuras del Padre” at MACAY.
4. Create your own local food tour, with the first stop at the Santiago Market, order some seafood tacos.
5. Disconnect yourself from the rush of the city and visit the “Acuaparque” located in Colonia San Antonio Kaua II.
6. Enjoy a delicious chocolate frappé at Ki’Xocolatl.
7. Are you looking for a chic place in the north part of town for a drink and dinner? Try La Gloria at Plaza Mangus.
8. Are you a Yucatecan food fan? Join Chef David Sterling of Los Dos Cooking School for a cooking class, which includes a visit to the local market.
9. Visit either of the two locations of The T’ai Spa for a relaxing massage.
10. Don’t miss a traditional “Bolita de Queso” (sweet pastry with cheese), you can find them at any bakery.
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