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It lies 75 kilometres to the west of Guatemala City, the country's capital.
Make your way out of Solola and you'll find some picturesque natural sights. Just 45 kilometres away, Volcan de Fuego is a popular place to get some fresh air. Also consider checking out Acatenango, 45 kilometres away from Solola.
Thinking of stopping at Church of Saint Peter and Church of Saint Francis? They're near the centre of Santa Cruz La Laguna, 5 kilometres to the southwest. Alternatively, head to Panajachel. It's 5 kilometres to the southeast of Solola and popular for Panajachel Municipal Market and the Casa Cakchiquel Arts Center.
Whether it's for a bit of retail therapy or to see the sights, travellers often take a day trip to Santiago Atitlan, 13 kilometres to the south. The Cojolya Museum, Central Park and St. James the Apostle Church are all close at hand. Of course, make sure you don't pass up the Parque de Paz and Santiago Atitlán either.
To truly experience a place is to taste the local food and drink, so get ready to chomp, chew, slurp and sip your way around Lake Atitlan. The only thing you need to take with you is a robust appetite!
Beans (frijoles) and chicken are just two popular ingredients in many of the dishes here. If you don't have a taste for them already, you will by the end of your visit!
While in Solola, dine like a local. That means tucking into a plate of chiles rellenos (bell peppers stuffed with meat and vegetables) or gallo en chicha (chicken stew), some of the region's culinary specialties.
Calories don't count when you're travelling, right? So it's an ideal excuse to indulge your sweet tooth in some coconut flan, a well-known dessert.
It can be tough to separate the wheat from the chaff when it comes to good beers, but one brew worth knocking back is Victoria. Grab a glass and bottoms up!
Château DeFay White Merlot and Château DeFay Cabernet Sauvignon/Merlot are lovely backgrounds to nearly any dish. You needn't be a full-blown grape chaser to know a nice glass!
When it's time to depart, spend the last of your holiday allowance and say one final "Hasta la vista" to Solola.
Flying out? Choose a route, pack up your suitcase and set your alarm clock. The nearest airport, El Salvador International Airport (SAL), is approximately 270 kilometres to the southeast.
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