You'll run into this place sooner or later. We didn't have a guide so we don't know the full significance, but it's certainly impressive to look at.
Temple of the warriors is at the grounds in Chichen Itza. Very interesting facts about how things happened in this part of the country during the mayan times,
This is a must see, but bring your walking shoes because theres a lot of walking. Camera is a necessity and if youre creative you can get some amazing shots
This is another structure at Chichen Itza. You are kept back quite a distance. It can be hard to see the images at the top. If you have binoculars bring them. There is very little signage or way of exclamation around this attraction except for your guide. Kids might find this boring.
The Temple of the Warriors has many, many coloumns, which allows for some great photography. This structure is a part of the Chichen Itza Ruins, but could be overlooked even though it is huge. So if you walk all the way around the main pyramid, you will see this temple to honor the Mayan Warriors.
Wonderful place but too crowded after noon. They should control the crowds. Visited in December and it was very hot. Avoid doing it during summer.
There are many pillars to this building supposed to represent warriors. Some good photos can be taken if you have the eye for it. It is not far from the main Chichen pyramid so its easy to admire. It is within the main sqaure of the site.