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Calle 18 no. 198E entre 17 y 19 Col. García  Gineres CP 97070

Tel. 925-5050

Cel. 9993420036

Cel. 9992426666

The vibrant capital of the Mexican State of Yucatan, treasures a rich colonial and Mayan heritage. The central core of the city is the Plaza de la Independencia, surrounded by the fortified Mérida cathedral and the limestone church of the Third Order (both from the colonial era and built with vestiges of ancient Mayan temples). The Casa de Montejo, a 16th century mansion, is an emblem of Plateresque colonial architecture.

GASTRONOMY

Yucatecan food is part of the best Mexican cuisine; a mixture of prehispanic and colonial influence where the strong flavors, corn, vegetables and spicy are elements that vary but not lacking. The most representative of Yucatan offers dishes such as: Cochinita and Chicken Pibil, pork or chicken marinated with "achiote". It is wrapped in banana leaves and seasoned with spices where cumin predominates.

The historic heart of Merida

The historical center of Mérida is one of the largest in Mexico and it extends in a straight line. Many of the buildings that are here, including those around the Plaza Grande, were built during the colonial era throughout the 18th and 19th centuries.

KNOW THE MAYA CULTURE

The Great Museum of the Mayan World, which brings together the origins of these lands and is combined with the present and technology. With an impressive architecture, it presents several rooms in which the visitor is given the opportunity to know and discover a little more about the history and evolution of Yucatan in each of its corridors. Account then, with four rooms of permanent exhibitions, a room of temporary exhibitions, parking, areas specifically for children, terrace and garden; Similarly, if you require guidance, attention to groups, among other services, you can request them at the reception.

PASEO DE MONTEJO

The Great Museum of the Mayan World, which brings together the origins of these lands and is combined with the present and technology. With an impressive architecture, it presents several rooms in which the visitor is given the opportunity to know and discover a little more about the history and evolution of Yucatan in each of its corridors. Account then, with four rooms of permanent exhibitions, a room of temporary exhibitions, parking, areas specifically for children, terrace and garden; Similarly, if you require guidance, attention to groups, among other services, you can request them at the reception.