Articles about Merida

28 Pins
 3y
Collection by
an outdoor patio with chairs and tables
The Photography Book Taking a Trip Around the World’s Most Charismatic Homes
The Photography Book Taking a Trip Around the World’s Most Charismatic Homes | Vogue
several flamingos are standing in the shallow water
National Geographic
Mexico: Mayan magic
a blue and white building with stairs leading up to the front door that has ornate carvings on it
Love San Miguel de Allende? Visit Mérida Next
Mérida, Mexico, looks like a city that hasn’t changed in a century: The old buildings and slow pace of life seem to signal that your plane took a wrong turn and you landed back in 1900.
a man riding a bike down a street next to a tall yellow and white building
The Best Cities in Mexico and Central and South America in 2016
7. Mérida, Mexico
a person standing in front of a blue and white tile floor with a shell on it
Is This the Most Magical City in Mexico?
AFAR magazine photo: Ana Linares
an outdoor swimming pool surrounded by columns and arches with a tree in the middle on one side
A Tour of Mérida, Mexico’s Most Creative and Affordable City
A Tour of Mérida, Mexico’s Most Creative and Affordable City
two pictures side by side one shows a bed and the other shows a chandelier
Mexico’s Suddenly Stylish Colonial Coast
El Portico de la Candelaria 1st Dibs article on Merida
two pictures of a bedroom with green furniture and chandelier hanging from the ceiling
Mexico’s Suddenly Stylish Colonial Coast
A cast of international newcomers is restoring and reinventing the centuries-old homes of Mérida and the Yucatán Peninsula.
a bedroom with a bed and chandelier hanging from the ceiling
Mexico’s Suddenly Stylish Colonial Coast
A cast of international newcomers is restoring and reinventing the centuries-old homes of Mérida and the Yucatán Peninsula.
an older man and woman sitting on a bench
Mexico’s Suddenly Stylish Colonial Coast
Tim Street Porter and Annie Kelly
an outdoor swimming pool surrounded by greenery and plants in front of a white building
Mexico’s Suddenly Stylish Colonial Coast
Jorge Pardo´s house in Merida
an old woman is sitting in a chair
Queen of the Yucatán
Saveur Magazine visits Joann Andrews and her cook Transita
two tacos on a plate with salsa and cilantro in the bowl next to it
Sunday Morning, Yucatán (Published 2008)
New York Times visits Ana Sabrina in the Santa Lucia park on Sundays.
the interior of a restaurant with checkered flooring and black and white tile floors
NY Magazine & Emma Stoley recommend Oliva and the Best of Yucatan Blog
an old building with palm trees in the foreground and green grass on the ground
The Weekend Escape Plan -- Merida-- New York Magazine - Nymag
Hacienda Yaxcopoil New York Magazine