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Amazing Izamal Show Light and Sound

The pre-Hispanic city was occupied approximately from the year 300 before our era, until very close to the time of the Spanish conquest, since the chronicles of Fray Diego de Landa already tells the greatness of its buildings. Currently, the most important building is the Kinich Kak Moo temple or Great Pyramid, which stands out for its height. In its upper part there is a small square that possibly worked to perform rites and ceremonies dedicated to the deity Itzamná

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Intensive Spanish Classes have balance between group interaction and personal attention will allow you to maximize your progress and linguistic development

Intensive Spanish Classes

Intensive Spanish Classes 3 lessons per day, five days a week. 15 lessons per day= 25 Hours per week A balance between group interaction and personal attention will allow you to maximize your progress and linguistic development through our programs. Your classes will begin with a grammar class in the morning. After you coffee break […]

Private Spanish Classes at home or hotel

Private Spanish Classes

Private Spanish Classes at home or hotel Private classes at home or hotel We know each of our students have different needs and learning styles depending on their age, goals and motivation. Our private tutoring method involves choosing the right professor, program, learning rhythm and schedule best for each of our students. We have the […]

Semi-Intensive Spanish Classes will be taught in Spanish to help you learn the language naturally.

Semi-intensive Spanish Classes

Semi-Intensive Spanish Program 2 lessons per day, 5 days per week 10 lessons = 20 hours per week. Semi-intensive English classes will be taught in Spanish to help you learn the language naturally. After the grammar class in the morning and a short break, the practice hours of the conversation will follow. The culture seminars […]

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Private Room Plus

Private Room Plus If you prefer to have your own space private rooms are available at several welcoming and warm host families in different parts of the city. This option includes a private Bathroom.

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Private Room Basic

Private Room Basic If you prefer to have your own space private rooms are available at several welcoming and warm host families in different parts of the city The best Deal!!

Tours

Discover Izamal: The Yellow City

This colonial city is known as “the city of the three cultures”, because it combines features of its pre-Hispanic past, the colonial period and the current era. It is located 1 hour from Merida, and many tour operators include it in its route to Chichén Itzá. His name is due to Zamna, “dew of the […]

Acanceh, Mayapan, and Cenote Mysterious Places in Yucatán

Depart early from your Merida hotel and commence the journey to Mayapan in a comfortable and air-conditioned minivan. Mayapan (Màayapáan in Modern Maya), (in Spanish Mayapán) is a Pre-Columbian Maya site a couple of kilometers south of the town of Telchaquillo in Municipality of Tecoh, approximately 40 km south-east of Mérida and 100 km west […]

Amazing caves Loltún and Uxmal

This cave is about two kilometers in length. Inside Loltún there is evidence that confirms human occupation such as recovered bones of mammoth, bison, cats, and deer remains from the pleistocene. On the walls you can observe natural formations and paintings, hand painted with representations of the technique of negative human faces painted on the […]

Becal & Campeche from Mérida, Yucatán

The name of BÉCAL is possibly the Castilianization of the Mayan word BEL-KAH, that is to say “Path that leads to the people”. However, there is another version that defends the origin of Bécal from the word BEL-HA, which in Spanish means “Way of water”, since according to comments from the old settlers, there was […]

Amazing Izamal and Santa Barbara

Izamal remains a place of pilgrimage within the Yucatán state, now for the veneration of Roman Catholic saints. Several saints statues at Izamal are said to perform miracles. An early colonial era statue of the Virgin of the Immaculate Conception (“Our Lady of Izamal”) is particularly venerated, and is the Yucatan state’s patron saint. The […]

Amazing Yucatan Mayan Towns

The villages are full of traditions, visit them and learn more about the Mayan culture, delight with delicious Yucatecan dishes. Itinerary: Departure at 11:00 hrs at your hotel. Arrival at Santa Elena 12:40 approx. will visit for 2 hours Santa Elena. will visit for 2 hours Ticul will visit with a specialized bilingual guide. Then, […]

Celestun Nature Reserve

Depart early from your Merida hotel and commence the journey to Celestún is a city in Yucatán, Mexico. It is located in the northwest corner of the state. In addition to fishing, Celestun also produces salt, as it has done since pre-Columbian times [citation needed]. Tourism is also becoming an increasingly important part of the […]

Discover Haciendas and Cenotes in Yucatán

Haciendas in Mexico were the basis of an economic system begun by the Spaniards in the 16th century, similar to the feudal system of Europe. They were efficient farming and manufacturing centers that produced meat, produce, and other products for export. Over time, haciendas became symbols of wealth and culture, adorned with architecture, furnishings and […]

Discover Puuc Route and Loltun Caves

The Puuc Route is considered a Mayan treasure in the southern state of Yucatan. To know this route is a journey to the era of the greatest stone sculptors. Puuc in mayan language means hill and is the highest region of the Yucatan Peninsula, only a few tens of meters. The Puuc Route is an […]

Dzibilchaltun, Corchito, Progreso Nature And Archaeological

From the Maya: Dzib-writing, Il-locativo, Chal-plano and Tun-piedra, in allusion to its stelae. Located in the state of Yucatán, Municipality of Merida and considered one of the oldest Mayan cities. It is believed that it could have reached a population of up to 40,000 inhabitants and settlements dating back to 500 BC have been found […]

Why Study Spanish in Yucatán México

A good place to visit

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Safety

Mérida is one of the safest cities in the world.

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Clean

Mérida is the cleanest city in México.

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Turism

Hundreds of places to visit in Yucatán, restaurants, bars and hotels.

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Amability

People in Mérida is warm and nice to talk to. You can enjoy a good chat with lots of incredible tales.

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