Hostal Zocalo

Calle 63 #508 Planta Alta, Col, Merida, Yucatan, ., Mexico
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Bus Schedules in the Yucatan

by antonio_sanchez

I tried Ticket Bus but I did not find the schedule of buses from Chichen Itza to Merida. I know the buses go hourly from Cancun to Chichen Itza. BUt the continuation onward I can't find. I little help?

Also I can't find the schedule from Merida to Chetumal.

Are 'Holiday Schedules' Different. Are bus services offered on 24/12/2007, 25/12/2007, or 26/12/2007?

Is ADO better than UNO? Does it matter?

How long is the ride from Chichen Itza to Merida?

Thank you,
as

Re: Bus Schedules in the Yucatan

by juliogg

Saludos Antonio. The ride from Chich to Merida is about 2.5 hours. Seems to me you should be going the other way, Merida-Chich-Coba-Playa del Carmen-Felipe carrillo Puerto-Chetumal.

Re: Bus Schedules in the Yucatan

by mcelhinnie

I beleive there is also a bus change (or was)about middle of the trip. The bus goes there so just get a "primera classe" ticket at the station when you are ready to leave. If you have not been to Merida before make sure to go on the weekend when the schools put on dance, singing, and folklorio. We just loved it! It is a long, long bus ride to Chetumal ( many small towns with speed bumps) make sure to bring food and drink and when the bus stops use the facilities! Have fun. STM

Travel Tips for Mérida

narrow streets

by leffe3

A distinct one-way system and a grid lay out make it very easy to find your way round. The narrow streets also add to the atmosphere of a busy, bustling city, with the open space of the central Plaza Mayor the main 'landmark' of the city. Amazingly friendly

Dzibilchaltun

by darthmilmo

I visited the Mayan ruin of Dzibilchaltun. It’s true what they say, its fun to pronounce that word :). The sites are not as spectacular as others, but still are worth the visit. Check out my Dzibilchaltun page for more details.

La Bella Epoca, Merida

by leffe3 about La Bella Epoca, Merida

Get one of those few tables set up on the little balconies overlooking the Parque Hidalgo (and the main road...) on Calle 60. Great to people watch, listening to the strolling minstrels and the live fire-eaters, jugglers etc that set up just across the road. Informally formal inside and pleasant enough. The food is no better or worse than many good quality restaurants - Mayan Mexican

Oldest Cathedral in America?

by Redlats

That is what we were told. This Cathedral (the Cathedral of San Idelfonso) was started when the Spanish came to Mérida in 1542. The Spanish destroyed Mayan temples and pyramids, and on the same site, built the church - even using stones (building materials) from the destroyed Mayan pyramid.

It is a huge church - built in the same style as European churches. Lots of blind spots behind huge pillars. We also read that the reason the church's interior was so plain is that all decoration (stained glass, wall carvings, paintings, etc.) was destroyed by angry Mayans during the Mexican Revolution (in 1915).

Pope Jean Paul II had visited this church and there are a number of photos near the rear of the church than commemorate that visit.

City Hall

by dek516

The City Hall's main attraction is its nice looking exterior, complete with bright pink walls and a clock tower. It's a pretty view at night from the main square. The City Hall building dates back to the mid 16th century, but was updated in the 18th and 19th centuries.

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Address: Calle 63 #508 Planta Alta, Col, Merida, Yucatan, ., Mexico