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Special events to observe the eclipse have been planned for just about every city and major town on the peninsula.
For now, Chichén Viejo is still tranquil and free of hoards of tourists and vendors.
Mérida’s neighborhoods of La Ermita and Sebastian are preparing to put on a pre-Carnaval gala this coming Saturday.
On Saturday, Oct. 14, after almost 30 years, a solar eclipse will be visible from the Yucatán Peninsula. A solar eclipse occurs when the moon...
During the Tunich Artisan Fair Dzityá becomes Yucatán’s craft capital.
A handful of teams from around the Yucatán Peninsula will compete this weekend to qualify for the 2023 Pok ta Pok World Cup. The matches...
With more cities and towns throwing their own festivities, Mérida's Carnaval in Xmatkuil is no longer the undisputed champion.
With Dia de Los Muertos — or Hanal Pixán, as it is known in Yucatán — just a couple of weeks away. Mérida’s City Hall...
The Mexican Navy will soon be docking the ARM Cuauhtémoc in Progreso and opening its decks to visitors. The Cuauhtémoc is a sailing training vessel...
On Dec. 28 Mérida's Palacio de la Musica will hold a special tribute to Yucatán's most beloved singer-songwriter on the first anniversary of his passing.
Yucatán at Home's first issue came out over the summer when throwing parties just wasn't allowed.
The 21-kilometer race called “La Carrera del Pavo” — or Turkey Run, began at 6 Sunday morning from El Parque de Las Américas in García Ginerés, but the party-like atmosphere was already raging by 5.
To help contain the spread of COVID-19, Mérida has opted to limit the number of Christmas events it is hosting this year for the...
Locally organized rock, rap, and hip-hop concerts, as well as talks, plays, sports demonstrations, forums, and graffiti will be offered free of charge this Friday and Saturday.
During this friendly automotive competition, classic car enthusiasts from all over the world take part in an eight-day tour of the peninsula.
After establishing a sister-city connection in 1971, that bond continues between the Catholic Diocese of Erie, Pa., and the Archdiocese of the Yucatán.
In much of the world, there exists a misconception that May 5th is some sort of huge holiday in Mexico.
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