Merida Hop on hop off

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Merida Hop on hop off

The “hop-on-hop-off” tourist bus option in Merida is called “Turibus”. It has two routes and the double decker is perfect to take great photos for your social media. Here are some tips on the Merida Hop on hop off tourist bus.

Why a hop on hop off

Embarking on a hop-on-hop-off tour is an exceptional choice for travelers. Especially if they seek unparalleled flexibility and convenience. This unique tour experience offers freedom. To explore a destination at your own pace. This grants you the opportunity to customize your itinerary to suit your preferences. Indeed, with the flexibility to hop on and off at various designated stops along the route, you have the freedom to delve deeper into the places that captivate your interest. Spend extra time immersing yourself in the cultural treasures of a museum, savoring the flavors of a local market, or simply strolling through charming neighborhoods – the choice is entirely yours.

How does it work

Upon arrival at the redemption location, please present your reservation voucher and valid photo ID in exchange for the tour. Indeed, a bracelet and a ticket will be given to you as your entrance ticket, please do not take off your bracelet. Every time you board the bus, you must present your bracelet and ticket to the bus driver.

Merida Hop on hop off: two routes

With the convenience of a single ticket, you’ll have the freedom to explore Merida’s most iconic landmarks. Also, soak up its rich history, and experience the pulsating rhythm of everyday life. This immersive tour is not just a mere sightseeing excursion. It a journey that offers a deep understanding of Merida’s past, present, and future.

Delve into the captivating blend of rich historical Mayan legacy. Also, stunning Colonial architecture, and the vibrant energy of a modern city. With this comprehensive tour, you’ll travel through time. This, as you traverse the city’s diverse neighborhoods, each boasting its own unique charm and story to tell.

The tour non-stop lasts 1 hour 20 minutes and you can hop on and off as many times as you want at any of the official stops. There are two circuits: North Circuit (it lasts 1:30h and departs from Paseo 60 and the Cathedral. It visits Paseo Montejo, Barrio de Itzimná, Palacio G.Cantón, Monumento a la Patria, Parque las Américas, Av. Colón, Plaza Paseo 60 and Centro Histórico) and Barrios Circuit (it lasts 1:30 h and departs from the Cathedral. It visits Centro Histórico, Barrio de la Ermita, Barrio de San Sebastián, Centenario Zoo, Barrio de Santiago, Barrio de Santa Lucía, Barrio de Sanata Ana, Paseo Montejo and Monumento a la Patria).

Prices and hours

Every day from 9:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.


$120.00 MXN

Mexican Senior Citizens (INAPAM)

$100.00 MXN


$50.00 MXN