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Nightlife in Merida



Merida has an exiting nightlife as in any other modern tourist destination, when the night falls in the “White Mérida”, this place transforms into a city of celebration and amusement, offering spectacles like the “Vaquería”, the nights of Serenade in Santa Lucia and the Mexican night in the paseo of Montejo. The weekends can be enjoyed the program in the heart of Mérida where the restaurants of downtown offer live music spectacles.

In Mérida it outdoors exists diverse options of entertainment like coffees, bars, restaurants, discotecas, with different musical rates, as it they are cumbia, sauce, mambo, reggae, danzon, pop rock and. You will be able to enjoy all one night celebration and to dance until the dawn.

The most popular nightclubs in Mérida and Yucatan, will show you that this calm and warm destiny has the true amusement. Also there are pleasant bars placed in the hotels that surround the center.

In Mérida you can also find representations of regional dance, music and theater, many of them are free of charge in the different public squares of the city with a great atmosphere. You will find an active nightlife in Mérida and Yucatan.

Bars, Discos and Nightclubs in Merida

  • Tequila - Nightclub with bar. Prol. Paseo de Montejo No. 248 C x 1-C, Fracc. Campestre (Tel: 944 24 77)
  • El Establo - Salsa music. 60 Street No. 482 x 62, Centro. (Tel: 924 22 89)
  • La Hach - Live music. Av. Colón x Paseo de Montejo, Int. Hotel Fiesta Americana (Tel: 942 11 11)
  • Pancho's - Turistic restaurant with live music to dance. 59 Street No. 509 x 60 y 62 (Tel: 33/3613-2096)
  • Cool - Salsa music. Prol. Paseo de Montejo No. 386-C, Fracc. Campestre




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