Giving Guatemala a chance

Giving Guatemala a chance

Stay safe with careful planning, be rewarded with spectacular sites, ancient ruins
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Iglesia de San Pedro is one of the oldest churches in Antigua, Guatemala. A popular destination for tourists, the city boasts one of the best collections of Spanish colonial buildings in the Americas.
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At Lake Atitlan, tourists can spend a day shuttling on local boats between the lake’s small towns, each of which has a particular character. The lake is surrounded by volcanoes Tomilan and Atitlan.
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A symbol of Guatemala, Temple I is one of the Mayan ruins at Tikal, Guatemala’s largest Mayan ruins park and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Spread over 220 square miles, Tikal encompasses thousands of structures in addition to a primary tropical forest.
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Graves in the colorful cemetery in Chichicastenango, Guatemala, carry symbols of the Mayan and Catholic faiths. Chichicastenango is also known for an expansive local crafts market.
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Mayan women sell colorful Guatemalan fabrics at a market Chichicastenango, Guatemala.
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If you go

GETTING THERE: American, Delta, Spirit and United Airlines offer nonstop flights to La Aurora International Airport in Guatemala City from U.S. hubs. TACA flies twice daily between La Aurora and Mundo Maya Airport in Flores, the gateway to Tikal...

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