Archaeological site of El Tajin

It is the main pre-Hispanic city of Veracruz and one of the most important in ancient Mexico. In 1992 it was recognized as a World Heritage Site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). Its unique architecture synthesizes the link of the Totonacs with the universal cycles, and the Pyramid of the Niches is an icon of Mexican pre-Hispanic architecture.

Takilhsukut park

This space has become the cultural heart and the contemporary sanctuary of the Totonaca civilization. Receive, inspire and encourage the creation of a new type of community based on the Totonaca worldview: where the concept of happiness is built from learning from the other, from the knowledge that all realities are valid, which opens the doors to the conformation of exceptional processes in the personal and community.


Distinguished as a Pueblo Magico (Magical Town) in 2009, it is the epicenter of the Totonaca urban life . In this city, various activities are carried out focused on maintaining and spreading the ancestral traditions and promoting cultural exchange in a respectful and playful way.