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Inside Background
Best Sights of Merida Merida was founded in 25 BC by Augustus Caesar as a place...
Last edited: 27 August 2010
Merida History Merida was founded in 25 BC by Augustus Caesar as a place where...
Last edited: 6 April 2016
Tourist Office Avenida de Jose Saez de Buruaga Tel: 924-315-353
Last edited: 27 August 2010
Inside Things to Do
  The Museo Nacional de Arte Romano was built in 1986 by the prestigious...
Last edited: 30 June 2007
Museum of Visigothic Art The Museum of Visigothic Art owns a collection of more...
Last edited: 1 August 2010
Roman Theater and Amphitheater The Roman Theater could seat 6,000 persons and...
Last edited: 6 July 2007
Roman Bridge The Roman Bridge is 792 meters long and has 70 arches, and is the...
Last edited: 1 August 2010
Roman Temple of Diana The Roman Temple of Diana was one of the most impressive...
Last edited: 1 August 2010
Chocolate Covered Figs In Merida one can buy boxes of chocolate covered figs...
Last edited: 26 November 2007
Street Market in Merida   Mercadillo de Mérida Recinto Ferial - Avenida José...
Last edited: 16 January 2013
Trajan's Arch Trajan's Arch is 15 meters high and was one of the gates to the...
Last edited: 1 August 2010
The Alcazaba The Alcazaba fortress is the oldest Moorish fortress in Spain. It...
Last edited: 1 August 2010
Roman Theater The Roman Theater was built by the Roman consul Marcus Vespasiano...
Last edited: 14 March 2014
The best Roman ruins outside of Italy are in Merida, Spain. One of the UNESCO...
Last edited: 1 August 2010
Inside Dining Scene
In Mérida one can find a fairly large variety of restaurants in the downtown...
Last edited: 1 November 2013
Inside Spain: For Foreign Visitors
The currency of Spain is the Euro (EUR), currently shared by 17 nations of the...
Last edited: 6 May 2012
Border crossings   Spain has FOUR European land borders. Two are with Schengen...
Last edited: 30 July 2013
Dial 112 - for all emergencies 902 102 112 - for multi-lingual services...
Last edited: 1 August 2012
In many parts of Spain, particularly small towns and rural areas, older people...
Last edited: 22 December 2014
Always dial the full number as written or printed, including area code, when...
Last edited: 14 January 2015
Locals often tip even if modestly, it is considered polite and the Spanish are...
Last edited: 28 March 2016
If you are paying by credit card in Spain and your home currency is not the...
Last edited: 28 July 2013
Voltage is 220V, 50 Hz (cycles). One needs to use a transformer (converter) if...
Last edited: 9 July 2008
Exchanging money in Spain is easy and follows a similar pattern to elsewhere in...
Last edited: 2 June 2014
Main-line policing in Spain is organised and managed on a national basis by the...
Last edited: 14 August 2014
Rental Cars Driving in Spain is easy as the roads are in good condition and...
Last edited: 2 August 2016
English to Spanish translation of words commonly seen whilst travelling by...
Last edited: 2 July 2008