A beautiful walk past many historic buildings in what was the ritzy part of town. There are museums, resteraunts, ice cream, and retail shops along the way.
About Paseo de Montejo
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If your frame of reference is the United States, Paseo de Montejo is a grand experience. But if you're strolled through a few older European cities, it's pleasant but not exceptional. The cafes are too few and far between, and on the whole the experience...More
Is a beautiful avenue where you can get an idea of the rich times of Merida due to the huge mansions around. Most of them from the henequen production era. You can find very nice bars & restaurants at very cool prices!
Walking the Paseo de Montejo is simply a must do. Take a stroll, sip a coffee or have a bite, and admire the splendid mansions of the henquen heyday.
We've been to Mérida, Yucatán, México numerous times. Every time we visit we always take in a day or two on Paseo de Montejo. There are coffee shops, cafes, ice cream shops to sit at and enjoy the view. The Spanish Colonial architecture is exquisite...More
This building is very beautiful. You can go inside to see the art. We didnt go inside just looked at the architecture. The building is very ornate.
How much can you say about a street? Sure it was the builders idea of the Champs Elysees; sure it's sidewalks are wide and yes there are trees. But there is a lot of traffic and pedestrians are the last thing on anyone's mind at...More
Other major cities have their City Mall or main avenue, but this is a major beauty all along. Some building you can go in and some not, but it is so much fun and safe walking along all the restaurants, cafés and even chocolate shops....More
If you are in Merida a stroll along the Paseo de Montejo is an absolute must. There are numerous restaurants, lots of interesting stores and cafes. All along the Paseo you will see multi million dollar Spanish homes that in years gone by were abandoned...More