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11 of the most representative buildings in Merida


If you are in Merida, you will see some beautiful buildings, some of them are points of reference to all Yucatecans. All of them are full of color, history and its architecture its very majestic. 1.- Cathedral View this post on Instagram Catedral de San Ildefonso, Mérida, Yucatán, México 2015 #catedral #meridayucatan #yucatan #ig_exquisite #ig_today…

13 things to do in Yucatan


We want to let you know 13 things which you can do in Yucatan. You will enjoy all of them, you will love Yucatan, their culture, places, people, food and history. 1.- Take a relaxing walk in Paseo de Montejo View this post on Instagram Al visitar Mérida no te pierdas el dar un recorrido…

Things what we don´t care anymore in Yucatan

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Once you move to live in Yucatan, you’ll forget about many things, like: 1.- The diet. Nothing make us more happy than the pleasure of eat   2.- We don´t care about season, we only have two. Hot and very hot View this post on Instagram Imagen de @enidcueto_ elegida por ・・・ Quiero…

Do you have a Yucatecan friend? Those are some differences between a normal friend and the Yucatecan.

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A normal friend greets you with a smile and a handshake when you find in the Street. A Yucatecan friend greets you with a big hug and instead of “Hello”, he says “When we go for two?”   View this post on Instagram #CervezaPatito #Universitarios A post shared by Rodolfo A. Rivera (@rodolforivera97) on Nov…

Centro histórico de Mérida

El centro histórico de Mérida es un hermoso lugar repleto de historia, alberga numerosas obras de arte colonial, personajes emblemáticos, edificios de mucho valor arquitectónico y artístico, por algo es considerado uno de los más bellos y el segundo más grande del país. Si quiere conocer un poco de historia y tradición al mismo tiempo…

Merida, Yucatan. The White City

Ermita de santa isabel, merida, yucatan

Merida is the capital and largest city in Yucatan state and the cultural and financial capital of the region. It’s a modern, cosmopolitan city with museums, art galleries, restaurants, shops, and boutiques. A major center of commerce, Merida Yucatan is considered the crossroads of the region and one of the most important places to experience…

Paseo de Montejo, Colonial Splendor in Merida

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Merida’s elegant tree-lined Paseo de Montejo is the city’s main boulevard and most fashionable district. Once a primarily residential area, the Paseo de Montejo in Merida has since been commercialized and many of the historic 19th century mansions that line the boulevard have been converted into restaurants, nightclubs, boutique hotels, shops, office buildings and museums….

House of Montejo

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It was built between 1543 and 1549 by Francisco de Montejo y Leon “El Mozo” by appointment of his father, in order to provide a home for the Spanish conquerors. View this post on Instagram Casa de montejo 🗿#meridatudestino #turismo #venameridablanca #casademontejo A post shared by luz Mendoza (@mendozalucezita) on Aug 12, 2016 at 9:57am…

Merida Government Palace

Palacio de gobierno de Mérida visto desde el exterior

This magnificent building had its precedent headquarters on the Royal Houses, colonial government place. It served both as office for administrative and government business, as well as bedrooms for the official representatives of the Crown. Once independence was consumed the place was called Government Palace, and in the late XIX century the old building was…