Ride a Buggy in Mérida
It is traditional to see horse-drawn buggies in the streets of Mérida. This means of transport has been used since colonial times, has its origins in Europe and was used by wealthy people from Merida until the end of the 19th century. Currently used for tourism, the drivers narrate the history of the city. The tour lasts approximately 45 minutes, it begins in the Plaza Grande towards the Hidalgo, Santa Lucía and Santa Ana parks; Continue along Paseo de Montejo, the main avenue of Mérida, until you reach the impressive Monument to the Flag, one of the most emblematic symbols of Mérida. On the way back, it goes to the Canton Palace, current headquarters of the Museum of Anthropology, famous both for its form and its content, then to the center and to the Plaza Grande where it began.
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