A must place to visit. Walking from one end to the other side. Enjoy the nice treats, take an ice cream, coffee, beautiful building with beautiful colors.
About Paseo de Montejo
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Any city would be proud of this pedestrian treasure running through its midst. The Paseo charms at any time of day, but especially during the cool mornings and evening when it comes alive with joggers, cyclists, boulvardiers and sidewalk-cafe devotees. A rich architectural history, in...More
Montejo is by far the grandest street in all of Merida. It is flanked by old venerable mansions that are ghosts of the wealthy sisal merchants from years before. It is a wide thoroughfare with a median and palm trees that sway gently in the...More
Going to Merida and not walking Paseo Montejo is like not having gone there. This place is the perfect example of how this magnificent city was when at early ages
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!