Unmissable tourist sites
Mérida Travel guide
Mérida : Michelin's recommendations
Although Mérida’s modern town has many charming nooks and crannies, its unique Roman monuments are of greater interest to visitors. The town was once the capital of Lusitania and as a result is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Tourist attractions Mérida : Things to see and do
C. del Puente E - 06800 Mérida
To defend the 792 m Roman bridge that crosses the bed of the Guadiana, scattered with islets, the Moors built this 9C fortress. Inside the walls, note a cistern cut out at the level of the river's water.
C. Romero Leal E - 06800 Mérida
Remains of a former temple devoted to the imperial religion and built at the time of Augustus, it retains a large part of the colonnade with Corinthian capitals and channeled columns.
José-Ramón-Mélida E - 06800 Mérida
Situated in an impressive modern building specially designed by architect Rafael Moneo to present the extensive collections of Roman archaeology from Mérida. On the upper floors, which contain jewellery, coins and pottery, you can see some fine mo..
Camilo José Cela, 10 E - 06800 Merida
Located in Mérida’s historic centre, Hotel Cervantes is 400 metres from the Roman Forum and 250 metres from the train station. Each air-conditioned room offers a TV, private bathroom and free Wi-Fi. The family-run Cervantes Hotel has an à la carte r..
Plaza de España, 19 E - 06800 Merida
Prix Prices from : 60 €
Located in Plaza de España Square, this restored 15th-century palace offers a rooftop terrace with a small seasonal pool and city views. Bluecity Mérida Palace is 200 metres from the Roman Temple of Diana. Rooms at the Mérida Palace have elegant déc..
Suarez Somonte 42 E - 06800 Merida
Prix Prices from : 52 €
Set at the heart of the beautiful, monumental city of Mérida, in the Extremadura region, the hotel is in an ideal accommodation for sightseeing in this historical area, and enjoying the slow pace of life. Nova Roma is just a short stroll from the ma..