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Merida is a municipality in the Spanish province of Badajoz and the capital of the Autonomous Region of Extramadura. Merida is not a very big city and has about 60,000 inhabitants.
The Spanish city of Merida is located in the west of Spain and is close to Portugal, and also lies on the river Guadiana. Merida has been besieged and conquered many times in its fascinating history. The city was taken by the Arabians in 713 and was completely destroyed. Not until 1230 was the city recaptured by Christian troops led by Alfons IX of León.
Today, Merida has become an industrial centre and an important hub for various railway lines. Interest in the important archaeological monuments in Merida has grown, and numerous monuments dating back to Roman times have been placed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Because of this growing interest and all the beauty that Mérida has to offer, it is wise to book a parking spot in advance via Parkimeter to be sure of a good parking spot.
A visit to Mérida is well worth your time. The city is steeped in history, and the archaeological monuments are still in good condition. Park your car with the help of Parkimeter. As tourism is increasing, parking your car can sometimes be challenging. Reserve a parking space in advance with Parkimeter, and be sure of a secured parking space near your hotel. This saves you many worries upon arrival.
A visit to the Teatro Romano is definitely worth your time. The Teatro Romano is a well-preserved theatre and was built by order of the Romans around 15 B.C. This theatre is one of the best-preserved in the world and could seat 6,000 people at the time. We recommend you buy a combination ticket at the tourism office, where you can visit several historical sites in Merida for only €16.50.
The Roman Bridge in Mérida is the longest and best-preserved Roman bridge in the world and is 792 metres long. This bridge is only accessible to pedestrians, from where they can enjoy stunning views.
In addition, you should visit the Templo de Diana. The temple was originally part of a large square called "Foro de la Colonia", which used to be the economic centre. The remains of this temple are worth a visit. Only the columns are left of the temple, and you can visit them for free.