Merida Vacation Packages
Merida in Badajoz is inhabited by some 56,000 people.
It’s about 170 miles (274 kilometers) from Madrid and 120 miles (193 kilometers) from Seville.
Escape the bustling streets by taking time out to explore the nearby protected preserves, such as Embalse de Cornalvo or Embalse de Prosperina. These two nature havens are among the best places to discover the local flora and fauna.
Set aside some time for the Museum of Visigothic Art, one of the most interesting museums in Merida. If you are an art enthusiast or a collector, this is the perfect place to enjoy the atmosphere and learn more about art and history.
The Temple of Diana is an impressive religious building that has a rich history. Visit the site to learn about its symbolic significance and also to admire the architecture.
Merida is a special place that gives up its hidden gems to savvy travellers prepared to venture away from the main sights. Regardless of how many fabulous sights you’ve squeezed into your schedule, no stay in this city would be complete until you’ve checked out the Alcazaba, the Puente Romano, the Circo Romano and the Acueducto de los Milagros.