The Holy Church Cathedral Metropolitan Basilica of Santiago de Guatemala also Metropolitan Cathedral, officially Catedral Primada…
Open daily. Buy fresh veggies and fruit or some souvenirs for your friends. Wide choice of handicrafts.
Known as Palacio Nacional de la Cultura also known colloquially as "Palacio Verde", it is identified as Guatemala City's symbol in its…
The Museo Miraflores is an archaeological museum in Guatemala City, dedicated to the display of artefacts from the ancient Maya city of…
This is the best place to start off your sightseeing in the city. Vibrant and remarkable!
Kaminaljuyu is a Pre-Columbian site of the Maya civilization that was primarily occupied from 1500 BC to AD 1200.
The Torre del Reformador is a 71.85 meter tall steel framework tower in Zone 9 of Guatemala City.
Though it looks like a shopping mall, you will be very surprised that inside it is also full of diverse attractions for children!
This mighty roundabout has a beautiful monument in the middle which is often decorated by lights and is nice to be seen at night!
Lake Amatitlán is a lake located within the Amatitlán caldera in south-central Guatemala, fairly close to Guatemala City.
The Universidad de San Carlos de Guatemala is the largest and oldest university of Guatemala; it is also the fourth founded in the Americas.