Mercado 60

Mercado 60 opened its doors in May of this year on Calle 60, just one block from the popular...

Tapanco Centro Cultural, a Space for Everyone

In an antique house distinguished by its purple walls, is Tapanco Cultural Center. Since its opening four years ago,...

What's New?

EL APAPACHO Mexican food, bookstore, gallery, and French bakery. Special Mexican food menu on Saturdays; world menu on Sundays....

Traditional Sweets

Delight yourself with the Traditional Sweets from Yucatán When you eat in Yucatán, there is a very important moment...

Italian Restaurants

La Tratto In their own words: “Two faces, one story.” It doesn’t matter if you prefer a more classic...
Gastronomy, Traveling & Getting around
Mercado 60
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Tapanco Centro Cultural, a Space for Everyone
Traveling & Getting around
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Traditional Sweets
This month's 5 featured restaurants
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Gastronomy, Traveling & Getting around

Mercado 60

Mercado 60 opened its doors in May of this year on Calle 60, just one block from the popular Santa Lucía park in Mérida’s Centro. It is a gastronomic and…

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Let's start with art

Tapanco Centro Cultural, a Space for Everyone

In an antique house distinguished by its purple walls, is Tapanco Cultural Center. Since its opening four years ago, this gathering place and setting for creative expression has been the…

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Traveling & Getting around

What’s New?

EL APAPACHO Mexican food, bookstore, gallery, and French bakery. Special Mexican food menu on Saturdays; world menu on Sundays. 10% off if you arrive on bicycle. 10% off your first…

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Uncategorized

Traditional Sweets

Delight yourself with the Traditional Sweets from Yucatán When you eat in Yucatán, there is a very important moment that requires making a choice with your eyes…and of course with…

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This month's 5 featured restaurants

Italian Restaurants

La Tratto In their own words: “Two faces, one story.” It doesn’t matter if you prefer a more classic style in Centro or a modern one in the north part…

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It's very yucatecan, Traditions

Fiestas in Yucatán: Los Gremios

When you come to México, you immediately notice its cultural richness, whether in the streets, in the markets, or in the people themselves. Fiestas seem to be happening all the…

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Shopping

Promotions and Discounts

APOALA MEXICAN CUISINE
 Enjoy our Lunch Menu (choice of main course plus beverage) for $115 pesos. Valid Monday – Friday 1 – 5 pm. Parque Santa Lucía, Calle 60 x…

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7th Theater Festival La Rendija

Teatro de la Rendija welcomes you from September 18 to 25, to the 7th edition of their annual festival, focused on the promotion and visibility of the artistic scene in…

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Sopa de Lima
Gastronomy

Gastronomy Tour

Visiting Yucatán means discovering its architecture, history, and walking its streets, as well as tasting its gastronomy, one of the most delicious and known worldwide. Whether you enjoy it in…

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Who are the maya?

A Day in the Life of Don Hermenegildo

Hermenegildo Catzín has dedicated his 62 years to his lands, the planting of the corn, and to his family in his native Cuzamá. But one day the daily routine changed,…

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Top 10 Mérida

Top 10 Mérida This Month: September 2016

1. On Thursdays and Fridays at 7:30 pm enjoy thematic tours, like “La Lengua y La Imaginación” (language and imagination) at the Gran Museo del Mundo Maya. 2. Enjoy a…

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Top 10 Yucatán

Top 10 Yucatán This Month: September 2016

1. Enjoy the cenote Bolonchoojol “the mousetrap with nine entries,” ideal for swimming and diving, 48 km from Mérida at the ex Hacienda Chunkanán, Cuzamá. 2. Visit one of pyramids…

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Traditions

Independence Festivities

“El 16 de septiembre de 1810, nació nuestra Independencia, gloriosos 810…” Mexican song Everything started in the early morning hours of September 16, 1810 in the town of Dolores, with…

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Let's start with art

Tumáka’t, Dance for Everyone

“Dancing is just discovery, discovery, discovery…” Martha Graham Accessible, entertaining, fun, and at the same time reflexive, modern dance can be all of this. An art for everyone where you…

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Colonial Cities

Fall in Love with Conkal

When you are in travel mode you want to take advantage of every moment, to visit and discover everything. Conkal offers a different kind of escape, with one of the…

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Who are the maya?

Maya Medicine

For the Maya, illnesses were a product of instability, a lack of balance between body and soul; in order to heal, the patient must reestablish a natural order, aligning his…

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Shopping

¡El Estudio!

In 2012 this delightful folk art store opened its doors, offering a huge variety of handcrafts from central México. The colorful items, from floor to ceiling, invite you to enter…

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Art

New Exhibitions – MACAY

“Horizontes” (horizons), exhibition by Ilse Gradwohl (Gleiscorf, Austria, 1943), is a collection of 20 paintings (oil and monotypes) from the past six years of the artist’s work. About Ilse’s work,…

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Letter from the Editor

Letter from the Editor: August 2016

“Yucatán Today is an Encyclopedia of information. It’s the front door to Yucatán.” Marina Aguirre As always, I’m opening this month’s letter with a quote…but this time it’s from a loyal reader/client….

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Haciendas, Travel in yucatan

The Living Henequén: Hacienda Sotuta de Peón

Stroll through the splendor of the architecture of the main house; take a ride on the original “trucks” (wooden platforms moved on rails); enjoy the views of the famous “Green…

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