Since the nineteenth century, the Mérida Carnival has been celebrated annually (from late January to early March depending on the year).
This iconic celebration is one of the most looked forward to and traditional events in southeast México.
See the carnival king and queen, Maritza Heredia Torre “Maritza I” and Hernán Alejandro Canto Dye “Hernán and enjoy the traditional parades and allegorical floats, full of color and fantasy.
For the first time in the history of Carnaval, box seats will be free.
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