Nicknamed 'White City' for its white colored buildings, Merida, the capital of Yucatan, is a relatively large city with almost 750,000 inhabitants and a rich cultural history.
Founded in 1542, Merida has a historical center built mainly during the 18th and 19th centuries that displays beautiful examples of Colonial architecture.
Main points of interest include the main Plaza, the Cathedral, the Municipal Market, the Opera House and University of Yuckatan.
Most hotels in Merida are located within walking distance of the main plaza and offer modern accommodations for an affordable price. In the outlying area around town visitors can find 18th-century plantation haciendas that were converted into secluded upscale getaways geared toward visiting tourists.
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La Mision De Fray Diego is a beautifully restored XVII century mansion that has been converted into a small luxury hotel. It is located one block from the historic center, theatres, museums, and commercial zone.
The Hotel Residencial is located just a few steps from Merida's historical downtown, close to the most important tourist sites, such as the Cathedral, the Handcraft Market, Main Square and the Museums.