Some venues accept USD in cash. However, they have their own currency exchange for dollars. Be sure to ask first.
Parking in town is notably more convenient compared to the beach. In town, you can effortlessly park beside the sidewalk for free; make sure to avoid the spots with yellow markings. On the other hand, at the beach, you have
Tulum's ice cream shops typically offer a wide variety of flavors, including traditional options such as chocolate, vanilla, and pistachio, as well as more unique flavors such as hibiscus, mango, and tamarind.
Not all; you can call them to ask or check their shop at Tomato. Mx app. But you can for sure take your desserts to any of the venues.
We think the best-tasting ice cream in Tulum is either Campanella Crèmerie or Panna e Cioccolato, even though Aldo's and Yom Yom's desserts are great too.
Most of the best pizza restaurants are located in Tulum Pueblo and in La Veleta, a neighborhood of Tulum.
Yes, children under 18 are welcome to any ice cream bars in Tulum.
You can pay with a card, Mexican pesos, or US dollars at the locations we mentioned. But, as a rule of thumb, be sure to ask first if they can accept cards or USD before ordering.