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Mérida is found in the state of Yucatán, It is famous for its wonderful beaches and the Mayan ruins, among them is Chichen Itza that has an enormous pyramid, a ball field and stone temples; Other Mayan archaeological zones are Ek Balam recognized because its sculptures are well preserved and Uxmal for its complex carved facades. Its capital Merida has a great colonial history that is reflected in its buildings such as its cathedral dating from the sixteenth century. Live your vacations to the fullest enjoying its great tourist places and its succulent gastronomy such as cochinita pibil, lime soup, panuchos, among others. If it is about events, attend the Yucatan Xmatkuil Fair. And book online with the best prices and choose the Hotel of your preference.
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María del Carmen
An imposing building with six floors. Rooms and suites with modern and comfortable furniture in light colors, cable TV, telephone, coffee maker, purified water and alarm clock.
What to do in Mérida
Popular Art Workshops
In this place to visit spot you can get to know the popular art workshops located in 13 communities of Mérida, where 51 Mayan women work in the Kichpancoole cooperative. They work 14 traditional techniques in the different workshops: Jiji Japa, Urido de Henequén, Hammocks, Hand Embroidery, Cutting and Making, Henequen Bags, Filigree, Stone, Pedal Loom, Horn, Sansiviera Desfibrado, Seeds, Candles and Soaps . During the explanation will learn the process of development and the skill with which they handle the technique, each lasts approximately between 20 to 40 minutes, depending on the difficulty of it. The workshops are located in the communities of: Granda, Hacienda Santa Rosa, Santo Domingo, Parador Turístico de Ochil, Chunchucmil, Peba, San Antonio Chun, Itzincab, Hacienda San Antonio Millet, Dzibzilche, Kikil and Hacienda Temozón.
What to do in Mérida
Tour of Henequen
The Hacienda Sotuta de Peón is the place to visit where you can witness the agave process to obtain the natural fiber that the Mayans called Sosquil "Henequén". When touring the Hacienda, you will live a true journey through time, transported on wooden platforms pulled by "mules" known as "truck", on rails. You will know the process step by step of the transformation of the Henequen, from plant to fiber and fiber to the finished product, to see the old machinery that has been rescued from the ravages of time and reconstructed for its operative process, as well as the opportunity to stop to observe the way in which the workers comb the fiber to turn it little by little into strings of different thickness.
New Yucatan Cuisine
Under the direction of Roberto Solis and with the concept of New Yucatecan Cuisine, the dishes of nectar are a reflection of the culture and essence o ...
La Chaya Maya
In an old house you can enjoy the most typical Yucatecan cuisine. Since lime soup, roasted chicken, empanadas dogfish, poc chuc and many more specialt ...