Paseo of Montejo is the main street of Merida, this avenue is divided into 2 section, the “Paseo de Montejo” and “Prolongacion Montejo“, here we can find some of the oldest and most beautiful houses in the city, some now operate as museums, banks and others are still being used as regular homes.
- Palacio Canton (currently Museum of the INAH)
- Quinta Montes Molina(Museum and Performing Events)
- Twin Houses – Casas Gemelas
- House of Molina Duarte
- House of Peón de Regil
- House of Valez
You may also find monuments:
- Native Monument
- Monument of Justo Sierra
- Monument to Felipe Carrillo Puerto
- Monument of Gonzalo Guerrero
Paseo de Montejo is the meeting point of most Meridians because it has several restaurants, bars, karaokes, clubs, cafes, pastry shops, there’s something for everyone here.
Now if you find yourself here on a weekend we inform you that every Saturday night at the top of the paseo there is the famous Noche Mexicana, preforming regional music and selling local snacks and handmade crafts.
As you probably have noticed, the Paseo de Montejo is a mixture of cultures, and entertainment in one street. Preformances can take place every night at a different area. There’s a lot to do here day and night.
Burguer King , La Trato, La Parilla, La Parranda, Mique’s, Checkquers, Gran Café, Los Almendros, McDonalds, Carl’s Junior.
Fiesta Americana, El Conquistador, Hotel Montejo, Hyatt Regency, Ibis Merida, and more.
- Bars & Clubs:
Canta México, Tequila Rock, El Cielo Bar, etc.
- Banks & ATMs:
HSBC, Banamex, Bancomer, Santandar, Scotia Bank.