Casa del Anfiteatro
Museo Nacional de Arte Romano
On no account should you miss this fabulous museum, which has a superb collection of statues, mosaics, frescoes, coins and other Roman...
A step up in class from the touristy restaurants clustered around the Roman theatre entrance, this is a place to try high-quality...
Circo Romano information
Lonely Planet review
The remains of the 1st-century Circo Romano, which could accommodate 30,000 spectators, represent the only surviving hippodrome of its kind in Spain. Inside you can see brief footage in Spanish about Diocles, a champion auriga (chariot racer) who served his apprenticeship in Mérida before going on to the big league in Rome.