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Local producers of various goods are featured in the Mercadito Santiago. Go to the top floor to see the Mercadito Santiago, hosted by the Ayurdowntown yoga studio.
Two high-tech light-and-sound shows depict the regions's history and culture in vivid projections that wrap around the architectural details of two of Mérida's most treasured façades.
Certified tour guides, conversant in English, lead free tours of the historic building surrounding the Plaza Grande.
The artistic-ecological Uju'um Festival will include international, national and local musicians along with aerial dancers, jugglers and stilt walkers. Food and drinks, served only in biodegradable containers. "Uju'um" means "planet" in Mayan. The festival on Progreso's boardwalk will start at 5 p.m. July 20 and conclude at 3 a.m. More details here.
On a stage erected at the foot (remate) of the Paseo de Montejo, colorful costumed singers and dancers perform traditional entertainment that celebrate's the nation's heritage. Among the food and crafts kiosks, look for Sabrina's Tacos.
Watch reenactments of this ancient tradition with costumed players at the Cathedral every Saturday.
Every Sunday, from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., selected Mérida streets are closed to cars and trucks, giving way to bicycles.
Every Sunday, Mérida en Domingo transforms the heart of the Centro Histórico, between the Plaza Grande and Parque Santa Lucia, into an urban carnival.
Artists set up shop every Sunday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the east side of the Paseo de Montejo.
Calvary Centro Merida welcomes English-speaking Christians to worship every Sunday morning at 10.
St. Luke's offers a Christian worship service in English at 10 a.m. A second service, in Spanish, is at 11:15 a.m.
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