Parador de Merida

Plaza de la Constitucion, 3, Mérida, Extremadura, 06800, Spain and Canary Islands | 4 star hotel
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Location

This 4 star hotel, located on Plaza de la Constitucion, 3, Mérida, is near Roman Amphitheater (Anfiteatro Romano), Roman Theater (Teatro Romano), Museo Nacional de Arte Romano, and Alcazaba.
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    Travel Blogs from Mérida

    Mérida Gastronomica

    A travel blog entry by vanderkansie on Sep 21, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    Oh how we looked forward to this, and finally in unassuming Merida we found it. The best food to date, it was so good that although I did not like to town I might come back for the food. We did not have a single meals that was not worth writing home about. So imagine walking to the mailbox and getting this letter from Spain.

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    Guy's first visit to Merida since 1970

    A travel blog entry by guyandhilli on Aug 02, 2014

    1 comment

    Thunderstorms are already in the air as the Raven is released from his overnight captivity into the hot interior of Spain. A quick downpour provides Guy with a demonstration of the Raven's impressive aerodynamics... Guy gets wet, but nowhere near as wet as he would have got on the old Triumph! The clouds are soon left behind as the journey proceeds and the temperature rises sharply. The barrenness of the plains is particularly striking and it seems all the more so ...

    The White Knight on the trail of Gladiator

    A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Jul 29, 2014

    20 photos

    ... Islamic fort overlooking the Rio that has been used by the government in power including Romans, Muslims and Christians. It's strongly built walls had many a tale to tell of battles and sieges whilst the cistern (underground water storage) complete with goldfish was heaven underground. Next to the fort is the amazing Puente Romano over the Rio Guadiana with 60 granite arches is one of the longest bridges the Romans very built. This bridge has been used by marauding armies ...

    Fabulous Roman ruins

    A travel blog entry by margyandpaul on Oct 11, 2013

    10 photos

    ... on the stage. There are still occasional performances there today.

    Next to the theatre is a Roman amphitheater where another kind of entertainment would take place. It is here that the gladiators would battle each other or animals and the crowd would call out "to the death" or "spare him." It felt far more barbaric that the theatre next door, but once again it was easy to imagine the crowd screaming and the thud of the gladiator ...

    Weather: Fine but with evening showers

    A travel blog entry by iloveeurope35 on Oct 01, 2013

    ... on three separate streets which had a "not right turn" sign. We did make our way around the block however, and we checked in promptly at 1:30PM at the Aparthotel Capitolina.

    After another nice lunch consisting of rolls and sandwiches, we decided to go sightseeing around the town, which is famous for it's Roman Ruins, and after what we saw this afternoon, I can honestly say that unlike Evora, this is a reputation very well deserved. ...