Rum Tasting at Hacienda Aristi: Visit an old Henequen Hacienda, where you will have the opportunity to taste different spirits of the region.
Monument to the Homeland: Visit the Monumento a la Patria erected in the mid-20th century to honor the Mexican homeland, the only one in the world to be entirely carved directly from stone.
Las Americas Park: Drive by this iconic park of the city, built during the government of Ernesto Novelo Torres, beginning in 1943.
Colon Avenue: Drive by García Ginerés neighborhood which begins at the Miguel Hidalgo roundabout and ends at the Paseo de Montejo, lined with many centenary trees and grand casonas.
Montejo Boulevard: Drive by one of the most notable avenues of Mérida inspired by the French boulevard Champs Elysees, the avenue is flanked by trees and has several roundabouts along its course.
Palacio Canton and the Twin Houses: Join your guide to admire these two emblematic houses of Avenida Montejo, Palacio Canton the actual Museum of Anthropology of Yucatan. The Twin Houses are a French-style mansion built at the beginning of the 20th century.
San Ildefonso Cathedral: Visit the first cathedral built in continental America and also the oldest in Mexico.
Governor Palace: Drive by this palace currently housing the offices of the State Government, built on the same site where the old "Royal Houses" were in colonial times.
Montejo’s House: Walk inside one of the oldest civil houses of the city built in the 16th century Plateresque style.
Taco Lunch at Casa Maya: Visit Casa Maya - an old Merida house with decorations from all over Mexico, where you will enjoy a three-taco lunch.
Free time for Shopping Get your souvenirs straight from the hands of the maker, with no intermediaries at Casa Maya.
What to Bring: Cash or credit/debit card for additional purchases.
Good to Know: By taking this tour, you will be providing support and assistance to the local artisans.