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Two Yucatecans left Mérida on Nov. 5 for a four-to-six-month motorcycle journey to the end of the world and back: the southern tip of South America.

Restaurants of Yucatan

Each month, we feature a different restaurant in and around Mérida so that both residents and tourists can begin to get a taste of what's available! Here's a list of restaurants we have reviewed over the past few years.

Merida Market

There are certain things you simply cannot miss on your visit to Yucatán.

Boots

Every week we post a photo and story about a dog or cat available for adoption from Evolución Animal shelter.

If you are headed south of Mérida on the Puuc Route, you can fit these three museums in along the way.

Two Yucatecans left Mérida on Nov. 5 for a four-to-six-month motorcycle journey to the end of the world and back: the southern tip of South America.

Each month, we feature a different restaurant in and around Mérida so that both residents and tourists can begin to get a taste of what's available! Here's a list of restaurants we have reviewed over the past few years.

There are certain things you simply cannot miss on your visit to Yucatán.

Every week we post a photo and story about a dog or cat available for adoption from Evolución Animal shelter.

If you are headed south of Mérida on the Puuc Route, you can fit these three museums in along the way.

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Yucatan Today is the leading tourist guide of Merida, Mexico and the Yucatan Peninsula and was recently voted the best tourism website in all of Mexico! In our companion monthly magazine, we bring you the information you need to enjoy your experience while you are here. Read more