Paseo de Montejo

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Named in honor of Mérida's founder, Francisco de Montejo y León, Paseo de Montejo was built towards the end of the 19th Century. Influenced by Parisian roads, this beautiful boulevard is dotted with mature trees and is among the longest avenues in the city. Strolling through this road is interesting as you will find several historic buildings some even architectural beauties. Lovely side-walks, attractive mansions, quaint eateries, shops and more will catch your eye. Considered to one of the most elegant boulevards of the city, it is indeed a landmark to remember for a long time.

Location:  Paseo de Montejo