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All reviews beautiful street rent a bike nice walk wide sidewalks sunday morning grand boulevard carriage ride tree lined boulevard french style beautiful architecture both sides old colonial horse drawn people watch visiting merida avenue stroll
This beautiful tree lined boulevard is just the ticket for a walk anytime, but especially on Sundays where you will find artists selling their beautiful talented works and street food vendors a plenty! Also, if you are the more athletic type, and just strolling isn't...More
Wonderful buildings, most of them been used by modern companies. They where family homes! Quinta Montes Molina updated by a poor Spanish emigrant that made it big during the henequen times. Furniture, lamps, some Art Deco pieces. You can see how they lived.
Love walking around with my family, the sidewalk is wide and is perfect for getting an ice cream or going into one of this little restaurants amazingly decorated. Love this avenue and of course the kind people from Merida.
During my stay in Merida for over a year now I have visited the Paseo Montjo many times. It is a wide boulevard with great arquitecture and great for a stroll. Walking biking (Sundays), taking a tour in a horse powered carriage. And sufficient bars...More
Many streets around Paseo de Montejo are closed to traffic on Sunday morning so that people can bike without having to worry about traffic. Plenty of good, inexpensive bikes are available by vendors who set up for the Sunday ride every week.
Great way to...More
To me it was a little boring.. very clean and neat but needs more flavour and fun.
We sat in an open restaurant to try the local delicacies but the services was not good (later I noticed that it was not good
We had high hopes for Meridas plazas and other attractions, but were generally disappointed by their unremarkableness and lack of spark. Paseo Montejo is the city's saving grace, as it is a really pleasant avenue to walk along (when the heat it not killing you)...More
If you’re into rich culture and history, then I highly recommend paseo de montego tour. You ca do horse and courage but being that it’s animal cruelty I don’t encourage that method. However there is a tour bus you can ride and they’ll give you...More
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We have lived here a long time and would never bike here. There are accidents every day from cars hitting cyclists, pedestrians and motorcyclists. However, Sunday mornings, I think from 9am-noon or so, a portion of Paseo... More
We have lived here a long time and would never bike here. There are accidents every day from cars hitting cyclists, pedestrians and motorcyclists. However, Sunday mornings, I think from 9am-noon or so, a portion of Paseo Montejo is closed to cars and people come out to bike. Sometimes they also do this on a Saturday night. Bikes are available for rent or bring your own. There are several bike clubs in the area who do biking throughout the state as groups or train for bike events.