Arco de Trajano
Museo de Arte Visigodo
Many of the Visigothic objects unearthed in Mérida are exhibited in this archaeological museum, set inside a 16th-century church-convent...
Head out on an ambitious after-dark tour (in Spanish) focused on local legends and Mérida's lesser-known sights, but also taking in...
This reliable jazz spot has a sophisticated scene with regular exhibitions and live jazz.
Blue-and-white mosaic floors open the show at this modern and elegant grilled-meats specialist. Fresh giant salads (with serving tongs!)...
Calle de Trajano · interesting places nearby
Arco de Trajano information
This imposing 15m-high granite archway isn't known to have anything to do with Trajan, but it was situated on one of Mérida's main Roman streets and, in its original marble-covered form, may have served as an entrance to a sacred area.