This 4 night sample itinerary includes:
- Flight into and out of Guatemala City
- Transfer from Airport in Guatemala City to Hotel in Antigua
- Hotel for 4 nights in Antigua
- Transfer from Hotel in Antigua to Airport in Guatemala City
One of Guatemala`s and the world`s best-conserved colonial cities. Enjoy Antigua: magical and captivating small town that makes you feel time might have stopped some 300 years ago. The city was the colonial Spanish capital of Central America, in the central highlands of Guatemala; known for its preserved Spanish Baroque-influenced architecture as well as a number of ruins of colonial churches declared UNESCO World Heritage Site. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.
AntiguaDay 1Arrive to Antigua
.Guatemala City Airport to Hotel in Antigua
Overnight in AntiguaDay 2Overnight in AntiguaDay 3Overnight in AntiguaDay 4Overnight in AntiguaDay 5.Guatemala City Airport to Hotel in Antigua
Departing from Antigua
Guatemala is a magical country in the Mayan heartland of Central America. Indigenous Guatemalan culture is alive and well in the ancient ruins of Tikal, the Mayan/Catholic rituals and open market of Chichicastenango, and the blazing colors of everyday Mayan dress. The colonial town of Antigua, and Lake Atitlan, viewed by many as the most beautiful lake in the world, are two destinations guaranteed to enlighten the soul.
La Antigua is a colonial town in Guatemala featuring charming cobblestone streets decorated with colorful colonial architecture. Visitors can sip coffee at cute cafes and gaze out at the picturesque views with volcanoes in the distance. Witness the fantastic baroque architecture of La Merced church and wander around the charming central plaza and absorb the postcard perfection of this vibrant city. Visit the Volcan Fuego, Volcano Pacaya, Arco de Santa Catalina, Cerro de la Cruz, Santo Domingo del Cerro, and so much more!
Visit the Volcan Fuego, Volcano Pacaya, Arco de Santa Catalina, Cerro de la Cruz, Santo Domingo del Cerro, and so much more!