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Solo adventure La Antigua Guatemala

Guatemala Is an amazing place. It is better then I imagined! Spectacular scenery, Mayan traditions, great food and warm people. La Antigua Guatemala One of the oldest and most beautiful colonial cities in the Americas. Is a great place to start your travels to Guatemala.  Or to learn Spanish from one of the many language schools. You can even stay with a family while you learn Spanish. The people are very friendly. Tours Can be booked from agents in La Antigua. With a shuttle bus to and from other towns, tourist sights and airport.

Palacio de los Capitanes Generales with extinct Volcan Agua towering in the background. 
La Antigua is a UNESCO World heritage site and has preserved its colonial charm.


Volcan de Augua looking over La Antigua from Cerro de Cruz. 
You can take the hike at any time from La Antigua. It is recommended you go with a guide that takes the hike daily for free.  

Volcan de Augua looking over La Antigua

Santa Catalina Arch

View of Street, Santa Catalina Arch & Volcan de Augua

View of Cathedral from Palacio de Municipalidad. 

Electric shower at home stay. I had a few shocks from this one and from the light switches! 

Chicken Bus

La Merced Church 

Wedding at Cathedral

Fountain in Central Park. Popular meeting place

La Compania de Jesus ruins.


Market food vendor 


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