Leave your bags at Hotel Hacienda Mérida and go out to tour the Centro; the Lucas de Gálvez market is an excellent option to discover Yucatán’s colors and flavors. At night, Santa Lucía offers a delicious variety of restaurants in a unique atmosphere.




A day in Motul: Have breakfast at the municipal market and learn how progressive Yucatán was in the early 20th century with a visit to the Felipe Carrillo Puerto Museum. End the day by checking in at Casa Las Tunas, in Telchac Puerto.




Tour the archaeological site of X’Cambó. Make a photo stop at the pink lagoon of Xtampú to see a flamingo or two, and cool off with a swim in the emerald Telchac sea. For dinner, how about some oceanfront seafood at Tintorera, within Kokomo beach club?




Take a mangrove tour in San Crisanto, and say goodbye to the beach with a delicious Ceviche and a Yucatecan Michelada. Back in Mérida, explore everything the Paseo de Montejo has to offer, including ice cream, Elotes, and, of course, delicious Marquesitas.




How does a southern getaway sound? Start early with Uxmal and the Choco-Story Chocolate Museum Ecopark. If you’re still up for it, go back to Uxmal for the video mapping, or straight to Mérida to recharge your batteries.




Since you’re lucky enough to be in Yucatán this time of the year, try a Mucpilpollo at Los Almendros. In the afternoon, the Plaza Grande offers endless options; close the night at Casa Montejo with the Dialogos del Conquistador video mapping at 8 pm.




Sunday mornings are for Cochinita Pibil: wherever you see people lining up is good for Tacos or Tortas. For balance, squeeze in a work out at the newly reopened Salvador Alvarado stadium. In the afternoon, say your goodbyes over cocktails at Casa Chica.



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