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The population of this city is 39,000.
It's located 25 kilometres away from Guatemala City, the nation's capital, and 5 kilometres away from Santa Maria de Jesus.
Lie on the grass and look for shapes in the clouds at Central Park. It's a small pleasure that'll cost you absolutely nothing!
You probably know about its must-see museums and malls, but don't forget that Antigua Guatemala has some excellent natural sights too. Volcan de Fuego and Volcan de Agua are two to keep in the front of your mind. Two more areas to have a look at are Acatenango and Volcan de Pacaya.
Ask the helpful staff at the Choco Museum or the Old Textile Museum about special events. With so many captivating displays, you'll want to be sure you don't miss out. If you have extra time, also check out the Casa K'Ojom Museum of Mayan Music and Centro de Formación de la Cooperación Española.
Enhance your understanding of the natural world with a trip to the Casa Santo Domingo Museum. With so much information to digest and so many exotic objects and specimens to look at, you might need to spend the whole day there!
With an intriguing variety of two and three-dimensional artworks, an afternoon spent admiring the exhibits at the Antigua Guatemala Colonial Art Museum and the El Fotografo Gallery will leave you feeling invigorated.
Explore exhibits full of artefacts and information that tell the interesting story of the region at the Museo del Hermano Pedro.
Antigua Guatemala definitely delivers the goods when it comes to historic sights. You're sure to get a deeper understanding of times gone by at the Santa Clara Convent and the Las Capuchinas Convent. If that's not enough to satisfy the history buff in you, continue on to the Santa Catalina Arch and the San Jose el Viejo Ruins.
Learn more about those who have called Palace of the Captains-General and Palacio del Ayuntamiento home. Find out about tours of these magnificent dwellings if you're curious to experience their interiors up close.
Whatever you believe in, you're sure to enjoy the tranquil atmosphere at La Merced Church and Antigua Guatemala Cathedral. Church of San Francisco and La Recoleccion are also significant pieces of Antigua Guatemala's spiritual identity.
Most people put Hill of the Cross around the top of their travel list. You certainly don't want to be the odd one out, so make sure you add it to your schedule too.
Memorials come in many different forms, and they often say a lot about the city that erected them. To learn something more about the region's past events and people, pay a visit and take a look at the epitaph at the Monumento a Landívar.
Whatever you want to buy, there's a strong chance you'll find it at one of Antigua Guatemala's many shopping centres. Antigua Market and Handicraft Market should be your first ports of call. Jade Maya Factory and Museum and Nim Po't Traditional Textiles Center also offer a range of opportunities to indulge in a shopping spree.
Sometimes it's a destination's less publicised sights that pack the largest surprises. With that in mind, think about doing a little more sightseeing at the House of the Giants, Xtrema Bungee and the Museo del Libro Antiguo.
Don't stress out about reserving your Antigua Guatemala hotel. lastminute.com.au lists more than 76 accommodations. Keep in mind though, the sooner you choose, the sooner you can make a start on planning those rad adventures! (You'll likely save a bit of dosh too.)
If you'd rather spend cash on experiences than on accommodations, the Posada de San Jeronimo and the Posada de San Jeronimo are a couple of places you should check out. But then again — you are on holiday. If you'd rather live the high life while you're here, we certainly don't blame you! The experienced staff at the Hotel Posada del Angel and the Pensativo House Hotel are experts in luxury and leisure.
Hotel was great but Daniel at the front desk was shocking. We didn't feel welcome or accommodated when we arrived.
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