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Paseo de Montejo Tours

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Paseo de Montejo
While the center of Merida is all Spanish Colonial in architecture and layout, Paseo de Montejo is the product of a brief period when the French controlled Mexico and built a grand boulevard lined by mansions. Several upscale hotels, nightclubs, and hot restaurants are on this stretch, retaining their original interesting façades. It’s a pleasant street for walking, with wide shady sidewalks and interesting shops and galleries here and there. It ends at a roundabout with the city’s history laid out in stone on a relief in the center. Just before that are two places showing where we’ve come: a small tourist shopping mall on one side and a Super Wal-mart on the other.

If you stay on this boulevard heading north in a car, eventually it turns into a highway that goes 40 minutes to Progreso’s beach and cruise ship dock, on the Gulf of Mexico.

It’s a long, hot walk to get here from the center, however, so most visitors see Paseo de Montejo on a horse carriage ride or take a taxi to the end and walk back via Santa Lucia and Santa Ana parks.
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The Best of Merida Walking Tour

The Best of Merida Walking Tour

Discover the best Walking Tour of Yucatan! How old is the capital of Yucatan? What happens with the Mayans who were living there? Enjoy the cultural and iconic attractions of interest. Merida has so many great locations, each with its own fascinating tale. You will see the most important Merida sights: From Plaza Grande at the historic center to Paseo de Montejo, an avenue full of color. Discover the local and authentic side of one of the oldest cities in Mexico, located at the heart of the Yucatan Peninsula.
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  • 3 hours
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$467.54
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$467.54

Magic Mexican Christmas Tour in Merida

Magic Mexican Christmas Tour in Merida

How is Christmas celebrated in Mexico? Discover a wide variety of traditions and customs, which include a wide range of seasonal cuisine. Visit the city's Christmas tree and the essential birth of Jesus, with human-sized figures. Mexican culture prepares for the great Christmas before December 24. On December 12, Mexicans celebrate the Guadalupe Virgin Day. Participate in a religious procession and celebrate this holiday closely, enjoying a very special walking tour around Merida’s Old Town. The visit of sights and craft markets are essential in this tour; There you will find all kinds of Christmas decorations and souvenirs.
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  • 2 hours
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$310.65
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Private Half Day Tour in Merida

Private Half Day Tour in Merida

Merida, the American capital of culture on 2 occasions, is a tourist and cultural destination that every experienced traveler must know and enjoy by the hand of a native guide proud of its roots. Through this guided tour you and your companions will discover why Merida is a city full of cultural riches. You will marvel at the warmth of its inhabitants and the great gastronomic variety that this city offers to make it a place that you will not easily forget.
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  • 4 to 5 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$74.99
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$74.99
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Merida Sightseeing Tour

Merida Sightseeing Tour

During this tour you will experience Merida's Old Downtown. Merida is the state capital of Yucatan that was founded by the Spanish in 1542 on the remains of the ancient Mayan city of Tho. Merida is a beautiful and special city with museums, exquisite food, Trova music and above all friendly people who consent to their visitors.
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$37.00
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$37.00
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