Merida Flights GuideThe bustling city of Merida is the capital and largest city of Mexico's Yucatan state. Learn about Mayan history and culture at the Gran Museo de Mundo Maya Merida before exploring the shops at Lucas de Galvez Market Merida. Browse the Paseo de Montejo, Merida's version of Paris' Champs Elysee, before relaxing at Plaza Grande. There you can see sights like Catedral de San Ildefonso and Casa de Montejo.
The Manual Conscencio Rejon International Airport in Merida has connections to a variety of cities including Mexico City, Belzie City and Miami. While Merida's three bus stations can take you to cities including Cancun, Playa del Carmen, and more local cities in Yucatan.
Merida has a tropical wet and dry climate with an average temperature of 26 degrees celsius. Merida's climate can get hot and humid. Merida has events and festivals all year round making it exciting to visit no matter the time of year. High humidity levels taper off during the months from September through May while June through September brings more rainfalls with chances of tropical storms. Carnival season and Easter holidays are usually when crowds are larger and travel costs are higher.
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