Gate of entrance to the spectacular Mayan archaeological zone of Chichen Itza, the White City is con ...
Where to Stay in Mérida
The tourism vocation of this city has a great supply of tourist resorts and hotels for satisfying ev ...
Where to Eat in Mérida
In addition to having a rich and vast Yucatan cuisine, Merida’s restaurants give you the option to c ...
Where to Go / What to Do in Mérida
The society of Yucatan is full of traditions that modern times have not transformed. In the radiant ...
Nightlife in Mérida
CIELO LOUNGE + BAR
This is one of the most exclusive places for good drinks and dancing to the rhyt ...
Schools in Mérida
Its great universities are the result of the city’s interest for knowledge and development of scienc ...
Hospitals in Mérida
CRUZ ROJA MEXICANA
Av Quetzacoalt #104 Col. Centro
Phone (999) 983 0233
HOSPITAL SANTA ELENA
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