We recommend reaching Merida either through its international airport or from Cancún airport.


Merida has an international airport with direct flights to national and international destination: México City, Guadalajara, Monterrey, Cancún, Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Veracruz, Villahermosa, Querétaro, León, Toluca, Houston, Miami, Oakland, Dallas, Toronto, Guatemala, Flores, among others.

We recommend to following routes:

  • Merida Airport from transfer in Miami. This is one of the fastest and cheapest options from Europe and the USA.
  • Merida Airport from transfer in CDMX (Ciudad de México). Transferring at the capital of México is another possibility as many international flights reach this airport.

Once at the airport you can book your transportation to the hotel. Although local taxis are not recommended in Merida, airport taxis are confortable. You can also use Uber (recommended) or take the local airport bus route that connects the Merida air terminal with 6 essential stops through a continuous circuit:

  • ADO Centro Terminal (Calle 68)
  • Santa Lucía
  • ADO Terminal Paseo 60
  • Hotel Fiesta Americana. This is the bus stop if you are in the conference venue.
  • Centro International Congress
  • ADO Centro Terminal (Calle 69)


As Cancún is one of the most tourist locations in the world, major international airlines as well as charter companies, have direct -and cheap- flights to the Cancun Airport every day. Cancún Airport is easily accessible from almost every major city in the world, including more than 40 cities in the United States and 20+ cities in Europe. Please note that this airport is very crowded, and it is strongly recommended that you book ahead your transportation from the airport to Merida.

We recommend the following options:

* Prices shown are valid at the time of capture and may vary. Please refer to the official ADO website for the most updated prices.


If you reach Merida by bus you will probably arrive to “Paseo 60” bus stop that is conveniently located near the conference venue. Paseo 60 is an area with many hotels and restaurants.

Public buses are not recommended in Merida except for the airport bus route that connects the Merida air terminal with 6 essential stops. Local taxis are also discouraged not because of safety but for comfort. The best option is using Uber. There are public free wifis around the city and you can also get a prepaid SIM card easily.