Merida Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia



Mérida – Welcome to the capital of the Mexican state of Yucatan. While much of the peninsula is famed for its resorts, Mérida is the epicentre of Yucatan culture, …

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  1. Querétaro, Guanajuato State, Jalisco state, Nuevo Leon State and Oaxaca City are all worth a travel guide. Architecture, cuisine, beautiful scenery, good weather and cultural events make them great places to visit. And they can be traveled safely for those who have safety concerns

  2. Visitè la ciudad de Mérida hace 2 dìas.
    Disfrutè una deliciosa comida Yucateca en el rest. Chaya Maya, que está a unos pasos de la plaza principal.

  3. I just visited Merida 2 days ago and ate at Chaya Maya rest. located steps away from the main plaza.
    Highly recommend to enjoy such authentic Yucatan cuisine.

  4. Thanks for sharing! You're extremely talented. I like to travel also:)I fairly recently shared my first ever movie – My travel diary in Queenstown. Eep!Would really like your pointers on my video/editing so I can get better like you!

  5. Fun fact: Merida, but specifically the state of Yucatán is the drunkest state of Mexico. it`s the state with the most alcohol-related intoxications per 100,000 hab. So, come visit us, fun is guaranteed 😀

  6. Wonderful!!!! I really loved it. Just one constructive critique…Uxmal is pronounced Ushhhmal, and Calcetok is pronounced Kalketok. In Mayan language the sound that we know as "C" or "S" doesn't exist, so everything needs to be pronounced as a "K" sound. What happens is that when Mayan language is written in Spanish (they would read glifs back in the day) the "C" letter is incorporated and that's why people get confused with the pronunciation (like the town CAUCEL, it's really pronounced KAUKEL) Thank you!

  7. Under the sharp rays of the Mexican sun, I may even endure modern art and modern architecture, but rotten, mannerless, ultraprimitivly clad tourists (4.33. min) should even be lifesentenced even in Mexico – they are an utter disgrace for every sensitive  human being.

  8. It`s a reassuring sight to see all These shoeshiners in Mexico – it gives low-skilled People a Chance to make their living and it is a sign of culture, because they could not survive without People still wearing leather shoes and not Sneakers.

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