Hire cars, hotel bookings, airfares and exciting activities — at lastminute.com.au, we can bundle all these things into a simple little package. So, you'll have less paperwork to deal with and more money for Chimaltenango!
How does an extra AU$300^ sound? That's what you could save if you act now.
Mix and match from 400 airlines and 282,000 hotels. With so many choices, you can create a package to suit your own unique style.
Think packages can't get any better? Challenge accepted. With Best Price Pledge, if you find a lower price on your hotel or package within 24 hours of booking online, we'll match it and refund you the difference.
Not convinced yet? Book today and take a load off knowing that we don't charge additional cancellation or change^ fees. And if you act fast, many airlines and hotels don't charge either!
It sits 35 kilometres to the west of the nation's capital, Guatemala City.
Does twilight by the sea sound like a good idea? Then organise an outing to San Jose Beach, 85 kilometres to the south.
Travel a little out of Chimaltenango and you'll be treated to some picturesque natural sights. Just 20 kilometres away, Volcan de Fuego is a fabulous spot to kick back and relax. Another sugggestion is Volcan de Agua, 25 kilometres away from Chimaltenango.
There's nothing better than the atmosphere of a live game of soccer! See the CSD Municipal bid for glory on their home turf at Estadio Nacional Mateo Flores, an impressive arena 35 kilometres away in Guatemala City.
Expand your horizons and find out what's happening in Sumpango, 9 kilometres to the east. Lots of travellers come here for La Merced Church and the Santa Catalina Arch. Alternatively, Antigua Guatemala is 15 kilometres to the southeast of Chimaltenango. Stop at this destination for easy access to Central Park and Antigua Guatemala Cathedral.
You may feel the urge to set up base in San Mateo Milpas Altas for a while. This destination is 17 kilometres away and not far from Jade Maya Factory and Museum, Nim Po't Traditional Textiles Center and Church of San Francisco. Other nearby sights are Hill of the Cross and the Casa Santo Domingo Museum.
Would you like to nibble, gnaw, crunch, munch and drink your way around Chimaltenango? A world of unique flavours awaits you here, so slip into your stretchiest slacks and bon appétit!
Beans (frijoles) and chicken are some typical ingredients in many dishes here. If you don't have an appetite for them already, you may by the end of your visit!
While in Chimaltenango, eat like the locals do. That means trying a plate of chiles rellenos (bell peppers stuffed with meat and vegetables) or gallo en chicha (chicken stew), some of the area's classic dishes.
Dessert is always a good idea on holiday, so why feel guilty for indulging in a little coconut flan? It's worth every magnificent calorie!
To beer or not to beer? That is the question. Of course, the answer should always be beer. When you're in this neck of the woods, Victoria is the name to say.
Do you like talking about the texture, balance and structure of a tasty glass of wine? Or would you rather rip the cork out and just drink it? Château DeFay White Merlot and Château DeFay Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot are the ones to order here.
Before it's time to say "Hasta la vista" to Chimaltenango, check your pockets for any remaining change that you can spend on last-minute keepsakes.
Making it to your plane on time can be a bit of an ordeal. That said, it won't be too bad if you've made a plan. The nearest terminal, El Salvador International Airport (SAL), is 230 kilometres to the southeast.
13 Dec. - 14 Dec.
13 Dec. - 14 Dec.
13 Dec. - 14 Dec.
21 Dec. - 22 Dec.
6 Jan. - 7 Jan.