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Merida Travel Guide

Best of Merida

Here we have a list of the best atractions of this city. Please click on them in order to get more information about them.

The Merida Cable Car The Merida Cable Car
Without any doubt this place that has the major tourist interest in Mérida state, it is the highest and longest cable car system all over the world.

Rectorado de la Universidad de Los Andes Rectorado de la Universidad de Los Andes
This beautiful building was designed and constructed by the architect Mújica Millán.

Merida Cathedral Merida Cathedral
It is one of the most beautiful historical buildings, located in front of the Bolivar square, in the 4 avenue and between the 22 and 23 streets.

Gobernacion Gobernacion
It is a big elegant house that was the work of the architect Manuel Mujica Millán, it was constructed in the beginnings of 1956 and was inaugurated in October 9, 1958.

Chorros de Milla Chorros de Milla
It is located to the northwest of the city, and to 1850 meters above the sea level, it has a pleasant average climate, the average weather is 18 C and it is crossed by the Milla River.

Plaza Bolivar Plaza Bolivar
The Bolivar square, the former major plaza of the city and today is one of the principal plazas in Mérida, it is located in the 3 and 4 avenues between the 22 and 23 streets.

Beethoven Park Beethoven Park
This is a very popular park, it has a surface of 7.000 square meters and it is located the housing development San Ana Norte. This park is dedicated to the famous German music composer Ludwig Van Beethoven.

Mérida Botanical Garden Mérida Botanical Garden
It is the first botanical garden in the city, it was founded in 1991 by the University of the Andes in order to preserve the fauna and flora and the investigation.

Plaza las Heroínas Plaza las Heroínas
It constitutes one of the main attractions in the city and it is conformed by beautiful mirrors of water and fountains.

Parque de Los Conquistadores Parque de Los Conquistadores
It is a park that was constructed in 1935 in honor to the first men who climbed the Bolívar peak.

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