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It sits 110 kilometres to the west of Guatemala City, the capital city of Guatemala.
Plan a day to witness a sensational sunset at San Jose Beach, 95 kilometres to the southeast.
You won't have to be stuck on the highway all day to witness a bit of nature around these parts. Just 30 kilometres out of Mazatenango, San Pedro Volcano is a wonderful place to sit back and relax. More scenic surrounds await at Atitlan Volcano, 35 kilometres away.
Like the sound of Parque Acuático Xocomil and Parque de Diversiones Xetulul? These attractions are in San Felipe, just 13 kilometres northwest of Mazatenango. Or maybe the Museo de Arqueología y Etnología and Museum of Archeology and Ethnology appeal more to you? To see them, travel to Santa Cruz Mulua, 14 kilometres northwest.
Whether it's for a bit of retail therapy or to take in the sights, locals and visitors alike often make the trip out to Quetzaltenango, 35 kilometres to the north. Quetzaltenango Cathedral, Quetzaltenango Central Park and Cerro El Baul National Park are all nearby. That said, you wouldn't want to miss out on the Los Altos Railroad Museum and Trama Textiles either.
Clothing? Check. Wallet? Check. But have you packed your appetite? With some fantastic food and drink to try around here, it's the one thing you really won't want to leave home without.
Do you like your beans (frijoles)? What about chicken? Whether you're into them or not, they are two ingredients commonly found in dishes here.
Of course, you can't leave Mazatenango without introducing your taste buds to chiles rellenos (bell peppers stuffed with meat and vegetables) or gallo en chicha (chicken stew). Popular with residents and considered regional specialties, they are an essential experience for any self-respecting foodie.
You're not supposed to count calories on holiday, right? So it's the perfect excuse to satisfy your sugar cravings with some coconut flan, a well-known dessert.
To beer or not to beer? That is the question. Of course, the answer should always be beer. While you're in this corner of the world, Victoria is the one you want.
Do you like talking about the structure, texture and balance of a tasty drop of wine? Or would you rather rip the cork out and just enjoy it? Château DeFay White Merlot and Château DeFay Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot are what you need to ask for here.
With just a little of your holiday allowance left in your pocket and some awesome memories that will last a lifetime, say a final "Adiós" to Mazatenango.
If you'll be flying in and out, you'll likely go through El Salvador International Airport (SAL). It's 290 kilometres to the southeast. Pack your bag, find the best route and set an alarm!
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