This UNESCO World Heritage Site is famous for its Spanish Baroque architecture, colonial churches and remarkable volcanic scenery. The infamous Acatenango volcano dominates the landscape of Antigua, once the capital of the Kingdom of Guatemala. The eternal spring climate only adds to its allure. You’ll find colonial churches, cute cafes, innovative restaurants and a vibrant nightlife.
Join us for a walking tour of the city, tours of the textile and coffee plantations, and hiking Acatenango itself.
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At the Aurora airport of Guatemala City, there are two transportation services, one is taxis authorized by civil aeronautics and the shuttle service authorized by the National Institute of Tourism (INGUAT) you must take one to arrive Antigua.
When you leave the bus station, head south on Poniente Street. When you find the street Alamedas de Santa Lucia turn left and walk for 400 meters until you find the 1st street Poniente turn right two blocks to 6th North Avenue where you turn right. In 120 meters you will find Selina on the right. It is a 10 minute walk.