December 11th, 2014 by ejalbright
It took more than two years, numerous delays, and blew out the original budget of $40 million Mexican, but according to dignitaries and others that attended last night’s premiere, the new night show at Chichén Itzá is worth it.
And for now to Dec. 19 the nightly program will be free. After that there will be a separate admission, the price of which has yet to be officially announced but earlier reports put it at 198 pesos ($13.60 U.S.).
Today the state agency for tourism, CULTUR, will hold a press conference announcing details of how to get passes to the free shows.
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