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Suggest visiting early in the day on hot days to avoid sunburn, and wear runners to walk on the large stones laid down to walk on. Great photos from everywhere. Beautiful gardens at the rear. Suggest you buy combination ticket and ask for seniors reduction...More
The amphitheatre is a short walk away from the centre of the old town but this is one placemyou must visit while in Merida. Follow the route markers around the venue and read about the amphitheatre itself as well as the people who fought in...More
This place is a must for all visitors to Merida. Beautifully preserved and full of interesting angles for the amature photographer. A good spot for families as the kids will also find it interesting and have space to play around.
Guess once yo have seen the Colesium in Rome, this is a bit of an anti-climax but as you are in Merida then you should see it. I would suggest you buy the multi-ticket that gets you into 8 sites I think rather than pay...More
The combined attraction of theatre and amphitheatre make this a very special Roman site. Entrance fee is very reasonable (incl free for under 11s) and there is a good recommended route to walk that takes you through the highlights of the site with information boards...More
A fantastic looking and interesting part of the city of Merida, we visited here in May and spent two days slowly wandering around this beautiful place the amphitheater and adjoining teatro were the standouts for us along with the Museum which has a wonderful array...More