Not much here. This is a place to get transportation to another place. You can choose between several Mayan ruins sites. The distance to the ruins range from 15 minutes to 2.5 hours. The “pier” is five miles long. There is a bus that takes you to the city. As soon as you get off the ship, you enter the cruise ship terminal. This is a new facility that offers all the same excursions you can find on the ship for about 60% of the price. If you go into town you can get them for about half price. The bus lets you off in a little tourist area of the city. We took a $5, open-air bus, tour of the city. This lets you get off to see something and then catch the next bus if you wish. DO YOUR SHOPPING IN PROGRESO! The prices are mush better here. I stopped to look at one of those hammock swings. I asked the price. “$50!” my disinterest cause him to say, “Today only $35.” I shook my head. He said, “How about $25?” I started to walk off. He said, “OK, $13” Around the corner there was a guy with a sign advertising them for $10. You will not get deals like this in Cozumel. I bought my wife a shell necklace for $4. Progresso is not a very good place. While we never really felt threatened or unsafe, we were offered cigars, cocaine, and hashish.