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The Baltimore Baltimore/Washington International (BWI) airport is easily accessible via any designated exit on I-195 to Friendship Road. Flying from Baltimore/Washington International Airport (BWI) to Cancun International Airport (CUN) only takes around four hours nonstop.
Once you arrive at Cancun International Airport (CUN), you can use the in-airport transport hub for car rentals, taxis and other transportation services. Cancun is right along Mexican Federal Highway 307, which runs near the airport.
Cancun is known for its white-sand beaches, including Playa Delfines and Playa Chac Mool. You can swim with dolphins at Dolphin Discovery, visit shops and restaurants on Avenida Kukulkan, and see the exhibits at Museo Maya de Cancun.
Check out the Mayan El Rey Ruins in the city. Chichen Itza, which is a little over two hours away, is a well-preserved Mayan city with impressive sights that include the massive Temple of Kukulkan and an observatory.
Cancun's climate is tropical, so temperatures average around 80 degrees Fahrenheit. Rain is expected in May, June, and from October to December, with hurricanes possible from June to mid-October.
Cancun was developed during Mexico's tourism initiative in 1974. Hotel options are aplenty in Cancun's "Hotel Zone," an area shaped like the number "7" that runs along the Caribbean coastline.