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4.6/5
27 Reviews
Square
pxy0705The Plaza of Arms in Merida is the largest city square in this ancient city. Flowers are planted around the square and it is colorful throughout the year. The church and the city hall are also on this square. You can take a horse-drawn carriage to tour around the square. It has a retro feel and is worth experiencing.
4.4/5
30 Reviews
Church
Historical Site
pxy0705Merida Cathedral is the largest church in Merida, and the church architecture has a clear Catalan style. The interior decoration is not very luxurious, but the carvings on the exterior wall are very exquisite. There are so many people who come here to pray every day, and it is definitely worth a sit.
4.6/5
25 Reviews
Ancient Settlement
M25***40The setting is great, lots of original state buildings are preserved and very well preserved, lots of history to learn from here, interesting tours, we were very satisfied with this!
4.7/5
14 Reviews
Resort
M25***40This was a great experience from start to finish. The activities were very informative and our guide Jorge was fantastic and the gentleman who managed the horse, Antonio Maya, explained us how to grow and harvest tequila. Be careful not to miss lunch
4.4/5
18 Reviews
Historical Architecture
乖小咪The Governor's Palace of Merida was the residence and office of the Governor of Spain during the colonial period. Now this is the city government of Merida. Tourists can visit most areas, and the building itself has a strong Spanish style. The long corridors and luxurious furniture all reflect the luxurious life of the Spanish governor here.
4.8/5
4 Reviews
M25***40It is well worth a visit with a lot of traditional items on display, both reflecting the culture of the locals from ancient times and the changes that have taken place in people's lives as the times have changed

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Travelogue

Cultural History
Historic Landmarks
World Heritage Sites
Toledo
Segovia
Cordoba
Avila
Caceres
Cuenca
Ibiza
Merida
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Spain is a country with the most world heritage sites. Its capital, Madrid, is near to at least 5 towns that are renowned for their world heritage sites, like Segovia, Toledo, Avila. The rest are all spread out across Spain. If you want to go for an in-depth tour of Spain, a great thematic visit of “world heritage sites in Spain” could be a great idea. Here’s a few ideas!
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