In this university town in western Venezuela, it's possible to relax in a park honoring Beethoven, sample more than 800 flavors of ice cream in a Guinness-record-holding shop and ascend into the surrounding snow-capped Andes mountains via the world's longest and highest cable car. The historic downtown, centered on Plaza Bolivar, contains an impressive church inspired by Spain's Toledo Cathedral. Adventure tour companies run paragliding, mountain biking and trekking excursions outside the city.
Things to do in Merida
4 based on 48 reviews
Have an express for take out and across the street sit down restaurant. Lots of topping options, great service, room to be comfortable. Well priced and oven baked pizza is very good!
4 based on 447 reviews
This is one of those places you MUST go when you visit Merida, but do not expect that they will have all those 1,000 flavours of ice cream... They only have few of them...
I will probably recommend to try a "normal" flavour one, because I am not sure how long those weird ones have been sitting there for...
Anyways... I think anybody who is in Merida for the first time, should go...
4.5 based on 165 reviews
Nice building but becomes kitschy with the waiters in monk robes. Geared to tourists but with the same menu selection at a higher price. Downstairs bar area is nice though
3.5 based on 231 reviews
4.5 based on 134 reviews
It is a tradition in Merida to eat pastelitos in la Parroquia. They are considered by the local people like the best pastelitos in Merida. Pastelitos and Empanadas have a great taste and you will love it. 100% recommended.
4.5 based on 135 reviews
Went with a large group of colleagues from work. Very accommodating Waitstaff. Made a special dish for gluten-free member of our group. Casual and clean. Good individual size pizzas.
4.5 based on 75 reviews
Service and food are good, but I found it a little expensive. The place is well located and it's nice to be sitting outside.
4.5 based on 96 reviews
A great small cafe to go with a date, friends or with your family. They have delicious salads, sandwiches and home-made desserts with a nice variety of wines too. They often have special events with live musicians and special menus.
The food is beautifully presented and the staff is very attentive. The whole atmosphere is great.
4 based on 67 reviews
It is very difficult to pronounce on cost in Venezuela these days. With 70% inflation and a variable black market rate, it really depends on what exchange rate you got. So I will judge this restaurant by its food and atmosphere.
We ate here on two nights. It seemed to be a little way from the city centre, but I have no real idea if it was walkable as we were dropped of by car.
I liked the atmosphere, I liked the food and I liked the staff, so that added up to a good evening.
In particular I enjoyed the large prawns. As with most food in Venezuela, the portions were large. We shared a number of dishes amongst ourselves, and that worked well.
I would recommend this restaurant, and would certainly eat here again if I was back in Merida
4.5 based on 55 reviews
We accidently got tricked into drinking one to many solera green and then couldnt find anywhere to eat out of desperation we went here and even through the beery haze it was poor at best....
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