Tulum Mexico poster print

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Tulum is a pre-Columbian Mayan walled city that combines ancient ruins with the tropical charm of a Caribbean beach resort. You can the ancient ruins presiding over the coastline, which are great to explore by foot or scenic bike ride.

Tulum may be a bit less commercial than its neighbour Cancun, but it still knows how to throw one heck of a party. Touted as having some of Mexicos best nightlife, there are full moon parties on the beach, pumping music at lively places and outdoor terraces with amazing views as the sun sets. You are sure to have a great time!

A trip to Tulum will not be complete if you don't pay a visit to one of the cenotes (pronounced she-no-tays); cavernous sink holes that open into underwater worlds of crystal clear lagoons and hidden passages. There are plenty to choose from in close range of the resort - ranging from open (completely exposed, like a tropical lake), semi-open (underground with a ceiling opening) to underground with. Swimming in the cool waters surrounded by vegetation and rock formations is both a unique and beautiful experience.

We have chosen the beautiful beach as the focus of our Tulum design. With its sugar-white sands, dramatic rock landscape and just a sprinkling of palm trees, it is everything you'd want and expect from a Caribbean beach.

Our Travel Posters are original creations that we create ourself. We use quality paper for printing. All products are handmade, packed and shipped by our team. Our production is 100% made in the United Kingdom.

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Harry R.
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Royal Mail bent the package (it did say do not bend in big red letters, which they clearly didn’t pay much attention to) and scuffed the corners. The posters themselves weren’t all the same size, which caused problems when we came to frame them. The pictures also weren’t in the centre of the poster, which looked bad when they were framed. The pictures themselves looked good, they just had to be cut to the right size.