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It's located 120 kilometres west of Guatemala's capital, Guatemala City.
Mother Nature's artwork is on full display around San Felipe. Just 35 kilometres away, San Pedro Volcano is a wonderful place to start. Atitlan Volcano sits 45 kilometres away and is another ideal spot to enjoy some peace and quiet.
If you're looking to head further afield, add a trip to Santa Cruz Mulua to your itinerary. This locality is 6 kilometres to the southwest and is the home of the Museo de Arqueología y Etnología and Parque Acuático Xocomil. Need some more ideas? San Sebastian is 10 kilometres to the southwest of San Felipe and offers Parque de Diversiones Xetulul and Museum of Archeology and Ethnology.
Go on an adventure and see what's on offer in Quetzaltenango. This place is 25 kilometres away and quite close to Quetzaltenango Cathedral, Quetzaltenango Central Park and Cerro El Baul National Park. Of course, don't miss the Los Altos Railroad Museum and Trama Textiles either.
Ready to chew, nibble, chomp, gnaw and drink your way across Retalhuleu? A world of tempting flavours awaits you here, so put on your stretchiest slacks and bon appétit!
Are you keen to know some of the most common ingredients used in cooking here? You should be prepared to taste beans (frijoles) and chicken in many of your meals.
There's no need to agonise over the menu when you're in San Felipe. Just dive straight in and sink your teeth into the regional specialties, such as chiles rellenos (bell peppers stuffed with meat and vegetables) and gallo en chicha (chicken stew).
Calories don't count when you're travelling, right? So it's a great excuse to acquaint yourself with the joys of coconut flan, a favourite dessert.
Is there anything better than knocking back an icy pint of beer topped off with a perfect foam head? Satisfy your thirst and mingle with the locals over some Victoria.
Begin your night the right way with a glass of a local favourite like Château DeFay White Merlot or Château DeFay Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot. Taste for texture, structure and balance, or just have a bottle with your mates.
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With some preparation, getting to El Salvador International Airport (SAL), the nearest airport, won't be too hard. It's just 300 kilometres to the southeast of downtown San Felipe.
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