Antigua is an amazing Spanish colonial city known for its well preserved Spanish Mudejar influenced Baroque style buildings, ruins and colonial churches. Due to the wealth of cultural importance the town was designated an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Founded in 1543, Antigua was the third capital of Guatemala and held the title for over 200 years.
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I loved this hostel and would be glad to be back there. it's plain (dont expect hostal will b alike luxury hotel!), shared bathroom with REAL HOT WATER (it's an issue in Gueatemala), very good breakfast, friendly, helpful and polite stuff. Good location (Antigua is small!). Clean, not noisy. ... развернуть
Antigua innkeeper/couple needed
We have a lovely home six blocks from the central park of Antigua, Guatemala with 4 bedrooms (eachwith private bath) and are looking for a responsible, mature couple to manage it as a B&B. You would ...
Language School + Accommodation - Antigua - Guatemala
Hi, I am planning a trip to Antigua - Guatemala and looking for some help with details of language school and staying with local family for 3/4 weeks. I was wondering if I should booked this pre to my departure or just turn up and I will be able to find a place. Will appreciate any info you can ...
Hi, I have booked a Caribean cruise with Ocean Village for Dec and wondered if anyone has travelled with this company before. Ports of call are Barbados, Grenada, Antigua, Margarita, Tobago and Dominica, so if anyone has any tips for these islands I would be very grateful. Must add that I have a 5 ...
City strolling and volcano climbing
to Guatemala's prettiest colonial city: Antigua. We arrived in the afternoon and found a very nice little hotel ...
Posted in Pim & Malka take Central America by pimenmalka
Na het ontbijt en fun met papegaai Paco die ola kan nabootsen vertrekt de minibus naar Antigua, de oude hoofdstad van Guatemala. In de reisgids beschreven als alles behalve representatief voor Guatemala ...
Posted in Reisverhalen by rbarilla