Packages in Progreso
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Progreso Vacation Packages
Progreso Vacation Packages
To the south of Progreso, just 20 miles away, sits the city of Merida.
To find out about the colorful local history, take the time to wander around Progreso Lighthouse.
You only live once. Do everything in your power to visit Estadio de Beisbol Kukulkan in Merida, a popular venue for watching a game. Whether you're a fan or not, you'll feel the emotion of the team during a live match.
If you want to appreciate what the region has to offer, visit the Progreso Pier.
Puerto Yucalpeten is located 3 miles to the west, and Chelem can be found 6 miles to the west.
Delve into this region's food culture by taking your tastebuds on a tour of the local restaurants or cafés.
Those passing through may observe beans and pork, two of the popular ingredients in this region.
Eat like the locals by trying esquites (mexican corn salad) and tamales.
Try arroz con leche (rice with milk) for a culinary experience particular to this area.
Enjoy the afternoon with your pals and a few glasses of Dos Equis, a popular brew in this region.
If you want to be refreshed while enjoying a true local experience, you have to order café de olla (cinnamon coffee), a great alcohol-free beverage.
Believed to be one of the most popular regional alcoholic drinks here, tejuino is certainly worthy of a taste.
Sauvignon blanc, viognier and other varieties regularly top the wine menus of a number of restaurants and bars in this region.
Learning the local language is the best way to understand a different culture, so practice some everyday Spanish words and phrases before you go. "¿Querría bailar conmigo?" is the Spanish way to say "Would you like to dance with me?" "Este caballero pagará por todo" ("This gentleman will pay for everything") is also helpful.
Independence Day, on the 16th of September, is a national celebration you'll want to take part in.
As you conclude your time in the region, pack your backpack and bid Mexico "Adiós."
When it's time to depart, it's good to remember that the closest airport is located 25 miles away.
Accommodation in Progreso
When you are looking for lodging in Progreso itself, you will find that the list of available places is not extensive.