Turistas Rusos y Españoles Maravillados por el Tren Maya | Russian and Spanish Tourists Marveled by the Mayan Train

Russian and Spanish Tourists Marveled by the Mayan Train

  • The positive reception from tourists is a testament to the success of this initiative, which continues to gain followers and recognition at an international level.
  • Russian and Spanish Tourists Marveled by the Mayan Train

The Mayan Train has left a positive impression on Russian and Spanish tourists, who have praised its comfort and speed, and call for more similar trains to be built in Mexico.

A group of Russian and Spanish tourists recently enjoyed a 25-minute ride from Valladolid to Chichén Itzá, in Yucatán.

Despite the short duration of the trip, they were pleasantly surprised by the experience aboard the Mayan Train.

They commented that the train is “very comfortable, very convenient and very fast”, which highlights its modernity and efficiency.

Among the aspects most highlighted by travelers are its luminosity, silence and the opportunity it offers to get to know other states and cities of the Yucatan Peninsula.

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Russian and Spanish Tourists Marveled by the Mayan Train

Comfortable and Well-Equipped Spaces

One of the Spanish tourists, Nasti, who is 1.80 meters tall, pointed out that the train facilities are very suitable for people of tall stature.

In addition, tourists documented that the bathrooms are spacious, the train has air conditioning and a bar for selling food.

These characteristics make the Mayan Train an ideal option to travel comfortably through the peninsula.

The Russian Ekaterina Kiseleva, accompanied by her partner Ilia Kiselev, both responsible for the YouTube channel “Rusos Reaccionan”, also commented on the efficiency of the Mayan Train, despite the fact that some commercial premises are still under construction.

Kiseleva highlighted that food prices on board are not that high compared to other tourist sites and that they are only a little more expensive than those on Oxxo, which is reasonable for travelers.

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Russian and Spanish Tourists Marveled by the Mayan Train

Traditional Food on Board

In a video shared by tourists, it was documented that the Mayan Train already offers traditional food, such as tamales, something that had initially been criticized.

At the beginning of operations, generic cafeteria food was sold, which did not meet the expectations of tourists looking to try typical dishes from the region.

This improvement in the gastronomic offer has been well received by passengers, who can now enjoy a more authentic culinary experience while traveling.

Hugo, another Spanish tourist, highlighted the smooth movement of the train, allowing passengers to quietly enjoy drinks and food during the journey.

Hugo expressed his desire to see more similar trains built in Mexico and suggested that existing trains in Spain be renovated to offer a comparable travel experience.

Russian and Spanish Tourists Marveled by the Mayan Train

More Trains to Mexico

Numerous national and foreign YouTubers have shared their experiences traveling on the Mayan Train in the first months since its opening, generating growing interest and expectations among potential tourists.

The demand for more means of transportation like the Mayan Train in Mexico is evident, which could drive future developments in rail infrastructure.

The Mayan Train offers an efficient and comfortable transportation option, and also contributes to the promotion of tourism in the region.

With its modernity and focus on the passenger experience, this train is emerging as a model to follow for future transportation projects in the country.

The positive reception from tourists is a testament to the success of this initiative, which continues to gain followers and recognition at an international level.


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