Plaza Costa Rica in Guatemala

The Costa Rica Plaza is a small space, located on Las Americas Avenue, which pays homage to Costa Rica. It is composed of representative icons of the place that tell, with brevity, the development of Costa Rica. History of the Plaza Costa Rica in Guatemala The Avenue of the Americas is contemplated to celebrate the …

Best Tourist Places In Guatemala

What are the best tourist attractions in Guatemala? Discover everything you can’t miss in the Land of the Maya: colonial cities, archaeological sites, idyllic natural scenery and other destinations. Check the list below! 1- Antigua, department of Sacatepéquez Founded in 1543, it was distinguished during the colonial era as the most beautiful city in the …

Must do’s and must see’s in Guatemala

It is a Central American country that, although it has a relatively small territorial extension, has a great climatic amplitude. This translated makes it have different geographical features and super interesting places to see in Guatemala. This country, although it was colonized by the Spanish, still keeps a strong Mayan influence that can be breathed …

Lively traditions in Guatemala

All Saints and All Souls Day is commemorated throughout Gutemala and many people maintain the custom of savoring cold meats and snacks prepared with panela sugar such as fritters, molletes and chilacayote, besides visiting cemeteries and placing flowers on the graves of relatives who have gone to the afterlife. This is one of the best …

The most beautiful places in Antigua

Antigua Guatemala is synonymous with culture and beauty. This city is a World Cultural Heritage Site thanks to all the history, architecture and tradition it offers to its thousands of visitors. Whether you have already visited the colonial city or you are getting to know it for the first time, each of its corners will …

All about the culture of Guatemala

Guatemala is the northernmost country in Central America. It borders the Caribbean, between Honduras and Belize, and also borders the Pacific Ocean, between El Salvador and Mexico. It has a territory of approximately 42,000 square miles (slightly smaller than the U.S. state of Tennessee) and a population of approximately 11 million people, most of whom …