The Best of Merida Walking Tour
Discover the best Walking Tour of Yucatan! How old is the capital of Yucatan? What happens to 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.
- Professional local tour guide
- Plaza Grande Admission Fees
- Museo Regional de Antropología de Yucatán, Palacio Cantón Admission Fees
Route & Duration
Paseo de Montejo
You must visit the "Monumento a la Patria" (Monument of the Birthplace), a large monument carved by the great Colombian artist Romulo Rozo, although this monument is the largest. But still far from the only monument, you will find all kinds of monuments, bust and statues dedicated to important characters in our history, such as the Montejo and Gonzalo Guerrero families.
Museo Regional de Antropología de Yucatán, Palacio Cantón
The surrounding palaces are uninteresting. But the exhibition is not worth a visit unless you have a special interest. A loveless picture of someone abroad will never know. Some broken pottery some video presentations
Catedral de Mérida - San Ildefonso
It dominates the main Plaza Grande with its large stone and two bell towers. The foundations and first floors were built from the destroyed Mayan temples in the area. Both inside and outside are not decorated like that, but still simple and stylish
Museo Casa Montejo
This is something you shouldn't miss. You'll get to see how the family used to live and learn about their history. There's also a photo exhibition at the end that's worth a visit.
The main entrance of The Hostel "Zocalo" (Street 63, Merida) See Map
You can cancel up to 24 hours in advance of the experience for a full refund.