There are many riches that make Valladolid a “Pueblo Mágico”. Among them are, of course, its beautiful streets, its churches, its gastronomy and its people. I suggest you visit La Calzada de Los Frailes, where you can spend the day strolling along this emblematic pastel-colored street, built in the 16th century to connect Valladolid with the village of Sisal. It begins at the corner of the Cinco Calles and ends at the former convent of San Bernandino de Siena. You will find a variety of boutiques, restaurants and cafes. For a traditional culinary experience, head to Cantón Parque Francisco for typical Yucatecan dishes (many of which originate in Valladolid). Try lomitos, longaniza de Valladolid or escabeche oriental; simple but delicious dishes that locals eat regularly. Here are some of the things to do in Valladolid.
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