Visit Merida Tour – History, Culture, and Sightseeing
Visit Merida on a tour catered to your interests and needs. Wander by historical buildings and learn about the history of this colonial city.
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Marvel at Historic Buildings and Attractions as you Visit Merida
Visit Merida on this tour for a fantastic day learning about the colonial city’s key historical events and buildings. You have the luxury of selecting which places to visit and how long to spend at each location! Your expert guide is certified by the INAH (National Institute of Anthropology and History) and will lead you every step of the way.
Visit the fascinating spots in Merida that pique your interest
Learn about the city’s colonial history from a INAH-certified guide
Stroll through parks and admire the architecture of historical buildings
Duration: Full Day Start and end location: Merida Availability: Year-round
You can visit any of these points of interest:
Plaza Grande – A bustling park located between many of Merida’s historical buildings
Casa de Montejo – A building with magnificent architecture and home to one of the top museums in Merida
Palacio Municipal – A government and historical building in Merida
Catedral de San Ildefonso – One of the oldest cathedrals in the Americas, built on the Mayan ruins of Tiho
Palacio de Gobierno – A local government building known for its stunning architecture featuring many arches
Ateneo Peninsular – A building called “A Treasure of Local Heritage”
Teatro Peón Contreras – Merida’s grand performing arts theater
Ermita de Santa Isabel – An old Jesuit monastery with lush gardens and footpaths (open during the day)
Paseo de Montejo – An avenue with many of Merida’s iconic buildings and wealthy homes
Monumento a la Patria (Monument to the Fatherland) – A monument built in 1956 on Paseo de Montejo
Dzibilchaltun – An ancient Mayan archaeological site
Driver for private transportation from and to hotel
Professional, INAH-certified, bilingual guide
Water during transportation and special amenities
What’s Not Included
Yucatecan cuisine in local restaurants
The tour departs at 8:30 am.
This tour has a maximum of 5 travelers if you are more than 5, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will try to find a group for you.
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Merida, Mexico20.967370, -89.592586
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