“Mérida is so cool right now, because there’s a modern and ancient mix in almost everything, from designers to food,” said Piñuela’s owner in Hemispheres magazine.
A Mérida English Library program that pairs local university students with native English speakers is in its fifth year.
Grupo ASUR reacted quickly to the news that Aeroméxico will cancel its Mérida-Monterrey route, talking with VivaAerobus about increasing its own flights to the northern city.
Responding to a growing American presence in the city, a new U.S. Consulate facility was announced Thursday during a press conference in the city’s north.
A Mexican group of hotel, resort and real estate companies has expressed interest in being among the private investors financing the Mayan Train.
Addressing chronic street flooding, the city is paying two private contractors a combined 600,000 pesos for 221 new storm drains and eight reservoirs.
The Camino de las Flores, a floral exhibition that transforms a city street into a colorful flower path, returns Sunday, Oct. 28, in time for Hanal Pixan.
Federal money earmarked for trees, irrigation, lighting and sidewalks is in danger of being withdrawn, said the president of the Gran Parque La Plancha civic association.
A controversial and bloody tradition returns to the Mérida Bullring when bullfighting season starts Sunday.
Only two dengue cases have been registered this year by the state Ministry of Health (SSY), the agency announced.