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All reviews beautiful street nice walk rent a bike champs elysees wide sidewalks sunday morning carriage ride tree lined boulevard grand boulevard french style beautiful architecture both sides turn of the century sorbet horse drawn people watch visiting merida
Very nice thirty-forty minute guided tour of rich Town Mansion. Period furniture and fixtures. Upper floor residence. Lower floor staff rooms and kitchen. Dedicated and very informative tour guide. Very clean restroom facility.
Paseo de montejo is Merida's Grand Boulevard. The elegant divided street is lined with giant trees that shade the people as they walk along taking in the sights. One feels they could be walking in Buenos Aires or Paris. Museums, mansions, grand hotels, restaurant, small...More
The Biciruta on Sunday mornings is one of my favorite things to do in Merida. This is a “free” activity - you don’t have to spend a single peso if you don’t want to. The Paseo is blocked to vehicle traffic so rent a bicicyle...More
walk the Paseo Montejo is like returning the century and admire the beautiful mansions and palaces french/ Italian style barroque facaises on both sides of the ample side walks besides the best restaurants and shopping stores are along the Paseo Montejo Ave.
Mérida it's a beautiful city, with a lot of things to do for all type of people. The city has a very large history, because it's a colonial city but it also have, near the city, mayan ruins of prehispanic cities, for example Chichen Itza....More
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We have lived here a long time and would never bike here. There are accidents every day from cars hitting cyclists, pedestrians and motorcyclists. However, Sunday mornings, I think from 9am-noon or so, a portion of Paseo... More
We have lived here a long time and would never bike here. There are accidents every day from cars hitting cyclists, pedestrians and motorcyclists. However, Sunday mornings, I think from 9am-noon or so, a portion of Paseo Montejo is closed to cars and people come out to bike. Sometimes they also do this on a Saturday night. Bikes are available for rent or bring your own. There are several bike clubs in the area who do biking throughout the state as groups or train for bike events.