Las Lomas

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Avda Reina Sofia 78, Merida, Extremadura, 06800, Spain
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The Roman remains even straddle the railway.The Roman remains even straddle the railway.

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Weekend in Mérida - Home renting

by Pedro_Laia

Hi VT members!
In the first weekend of Marh i'm planning to visit Merida with some friends. we are a group of 10. Can anyone give me some information about a house to rent?
Thanks in advance.
Pedro

Re: Weekend in Mérida - Home renting

by elpariente

Check in :
http://www.brujulea.net/servlet/search?as=lo&m=790&t=3

http://www.cortijolagabrielina.com/


Some are in Badajoz and another in the surroundings
I hope you can read Spanish
Buen viaje !!!!!!

Re: Weekend in Mérida - Home renting

by Pedro_Laia

Hola Elpariente.
Muchas gracias por las tips, pero yo busco algo mas funcional, asi que nosotros nos vamos de fiesta, en una "despedida de soltero", y esas casas rurales, aunque belissimas, son demasiado classicas, y fuera de la ciudad
muchas gracias
Pedro

Re: Weekend in Mérida - Home renting

by elpariente

lo iento , pero desde aquí ( Santander) no puedo conseguir más información
Pasarlo bien !!!!!

Travel Tips for Mérida

General Info

by Redang

Tourism Office

Paseo José Alvarez Sáenz de Buruaga, s/n

- Tel.: (+34) 924 00 97 30
- Fax: (+34) 924 00 97 31

- Internet: www.turismoextremadura.com/localidades/index.php?id=536 (Spanish and English)
- E mail: otmerida@eco.juntaex.es

There is another Tourism Office (the pic) on Calle de Santa Eulalia/Puerta de la Villa.

Easter procession: by night in Roman Theatre

by hojasdehierba

There is a strong tradition of Easter celebrations in Merida: it is said that processions have existed since 1400 years ago. There are many processions through the whole week, but one of them is really special. On the late night (it leaves at 1,00 am) of Holy Wednesday, this procession does its Via Crucis up to the inside of the Roman Theatre, perhaps the most impressive scenary one might imagine for this kind of religious demonstration. Deep emotions are assured.

Hay una fuerte tradicion de celebraciones de Semana Santa en Merida: se dice que han existido procesiones desde hace 1400 anhos. Hay muchas procesiones a lo largo de toda la semana, pero una de ellas es realmente especial. De madrugada (sale a la 1,00 am) del Miercoles al Jueves Santo, esta procesi?n hace su Via Crucis hasta dentro del Teatro Romano, quiz?s el escenario m?s impresionante que uno se pueda imaginar para este tipo de expresi?n religiosa. Las emociones fuertes est?n aseguradas.

To all the cities of Mérida

by El_Sueco

"A las ciudades hermanas de las Méridas del Mundo"
A stone that memories the sister cities in the world with the name Mérida: Mérida ( Venezuela), capital in the state with the same name and Mérida (México) capital in the state of Yucatán
The stone is placed in the little park just near Presidencia de la Junta de Extremadura Alcazaba, close to the river Guadiana.

Mérida in Spain was founded by the romans 25 A.D. as a colony for veterans: "Emerita Augusta". It was the capital in the province of Lusitania.

Acueducto Los Milagros: Look at the storks

by hojasdehierba

There are always a couple of stork's nests in the top of the aqueduct. In Spain it's said that storks bring babies... so be careful!

Siempre hay un par de nidos de ciguenhas en lo alto del acueducto. En Espanha se dice que las ciguenhas traen bebes... asi que ten cuidado!

The Roman Theatre

by alucas

The Roman theatre is the most impressive of the monuments in Merida - and the one that is featured most on VT members pages. Built in the first century BC, it was excavated in 1910, and has been used again as a theatre since 1933. The tiered seating could hold 6000 people, although the upper tiers are not now so well preserved and are not used.

Entry is combined with the Amphitheatre - tickets were 5.50 euros in 2004.

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