pxy0705The Plaza of Arms in Merida is the largest city square in this ancient city. Flowers are planted around the square and it is colorful throughout the year. The church and the city hall are also on this square. You can take a horse-drawn carriage to tour around the square. It has a retro feel and is worth experiencing.
pxy0705Merida Cathedral is the largest church in Merida, and the church architecture has a clear Catalan style. The interior decoration is not very luxurious, but the carvings on the exterior wall are very exquisite. There are so many people who come here to pray every day, and it is definitely worth a sit.
M25***40This was a great experience from start to finish. The activities were very informative and our guide Jorge was fantastic and the gentleman who managed the horse, Antonio Maya, explained us how to grow and harvest tequila. Be careful not to miss lunch
乖小咪The Governor's Palace of Merida was the residence and office of the Governor of Spain during the colonial period. Now this is the city government of Merida. Tourists can visit most areas, and the building itself has a strong Spanish style. The long corridors and luxurious furniture all reflect the luxurious life of the Spanish governor here.
M25***40It is well worth a visit with a lot of traditional items on display, both reflecting the culture of the locals from ancient times and the changes that have taken place in people's lives as the times have changed
#holidayvacation nice city with a lot of cultural/historrical attractions, North side is more modern with more contemporary museums and malls whereas South/Central is more crowded with narrow streets and small shops.
When traveling in Mexico, my favorite city is Merida.
Mrida, the southeastern city of Mexico, the capital of Yucatan, with a population of 661,000 (2000), is an important cultural and tourist city of Mexico, and the famous attraction is the cathedral.
I have always loved buildings like the ancestral hall. Therefore, I spent most of my time traveling in the city in the visit and shooting of the church.
Especially when the night comes, there are local artists in front of the church to set the stage, perform flamenco dance and guitar performance, and you can integrate it without spending a penny. When you see the rise, you can also dance with the rhythm of music in the audience. That atmosphere is really good.
The city has numerous colonial buildings, including the 16th century cathedral. It is a tourist base to the surrounding ancient Mayan cities such as Chichen Itza, Dzibilchaltn, Uxmal and Kabh.
We came to a small, unique city called Isamar. This is not a popular destination. There is no introduction to this city on the Internet, but it is a place that makes me feel very comfortable. The reason why it is called Huangcheng is because every building in the city is bright yellow. It is 70 km from Merida and is a colonial style gem.
Once, it was used to worship the Mayan Supreme God, Izumna, and built more than a dozen pyramids. Later Spanish colonists occupied here and built a giant Franciscan monastery.
is rated as the world's nine color city. This is not a color palette that God has overturned, but a brush that is unique in the hands of the painter.