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  • Santa Ana Neighborhood

    The Santa Ana neighborhood, in the historic center of the city, includes the church, the park, and the market. It’s a very peaceful place to spend a pleasant moment. The façade of the church is very plain and is finished with an iron cross and two bell towers forming a pyramid located on each side...
  • Yucatan Real Estate

    Many people travel to the Yucatán, become enchanted, and decide to buy a vacation home, a...
  • Pet Adoption of the Week

    For the next few months we will be featuring our long timers; dogs who have been at Evolución way...
  • Endless summer at Playa Chacá

    Picture yourself in a pool with the sun up above and a cool beverage in your hand, listening to the...
  • Museums in Merida



    MUSEO FERNANDO GARCÍA PONCE MACAYTEMPORARILY CLOSED, DUE TO WORK OF REMODELING AND RESTORATION OF...
  • “Must-do’s” in Yucatan

    INVITATION TO OUR READERS: POST YOUR OWN "MUST" FOR VISITORS TO YUCATAN IN THE COMMENT SECTION...
  • Yucatecan Cuisine

    The culinary delights of a typical Yucatecan kitchen come from a mouth-watering mixture of European...
  • Extra extra! What's New?

    Updated February 13, 2015HEALTHNET CONNECT HealthNet Connect is a highly affordable plan...
  • Promotions and Discounts

    HABLA: THE CENTER FOR LANGUAGE AND CULTURE 10% discount on all of Habla's Spanish Immersion...
  • Restaurants of Yucatan

    Restaurants in the Yucatán You can find almost everything you want in the Yucatán when it comes to...
  • Merida Art Galleries

    With the growth in numbers of both private and public art galleries, Mérida is definitely on the...
  • Maya, Mayas, or Mayan? Clearing Up the Confusion

    Many people misuse these three terms, assuming that “Maya” is a singular noun, “Mayas” a plural...
  • Typical Garments Worn by Mestizos

    Just as Yucatecan women wear their “ternos” and “hipiles” for certain occasions, the men (Mestizos...
  • Restaurant of the Month: Bistro Cultural

    For a relaxing, pleasant informal breakfast or lunch, Bistro Cultural in Mérida’s Centro is a...
  • The Diplomat Boutique Hotel

    Canadian owned by an interior designer and a digital marketing geek, this husband and wife team...
  • Museo de Arte Popular de Yucatán

    To give you an idea of Yucatecan culture and traditions, as well as the southern region of our...
  • New Time Zone for Quintana Roo

    On February 1st, 2015, the state of Quintana Roo changed its time zone from Central Standard Time...
  • Millennial Pok Ta Pok

    By the light of the moon, with the resounding blow of the shell horns and intense aroma of incense...
  • Sports Activities

    Many people like to escape from the frozen winter of their home towns in order to spend a much...
  • El Hipil: Typical Garment Worn by Mestizas

    Influenced by the Spanish, the typical formal dress of Mestizas is the “terno”. It consits of three...
  • Mérida Fest

    The Ayuntamiento de Mérida, presided over by Mayor Renán Barrera Concha, will celebrate the 473rd...
  • Mérida International Brass Festival

    The Mérida International Brass Festival (MIBF) will take place from December 15-21, 2014. This...
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