We'll walk in Merida's oldest neighborhoods (west side of the colonial city, between 1.5 to 2 hours, depending on the group) to talk about the events that took place in each of them. I'll happily do my best to answer all your questions concerning to the subject of the tour or any other that you may have. This neighborhoods are still alive and they all have their own charm and history, they have been witness of many histories and legends. We'll join them in their everyday life, so let's walk and enjoy! Follow me on Instagram @followmeyucatan
Hola, I’m Eduardo, i was born and raised in Mérida where I have lived almost all my life. In my childhood I had to travel a lot. In these early trips I discovered my passion for archeology and history and luckily for me, here in Yucatan there is a lot of it! So every chance I had of taking a friend or a guest to know any wonder of this land I took it. That led me into studying tourism here in Mérida and a degree in sustainable tourist development and other in cultural and natural tourism management, both in Spain. Actually I’m studying history.
We'll start our tour in Santiago's church park. The first stop will be there, i'll give you a brief explanation of the content of the tour and some facts of the neighborhood. After we’ll start walking to the other three neighborhoods, stoping in the churches and parks to talk about them and have some refreshment . The order will be: Monjas church, La Candelaria, Saint John's park, Saint Elizabeth hermitage and finally Saint Sebastian's church