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Guatemala holds more attractions than any other country of comparable size — and even much larger ones! Ancient Mayan ruins and colonial towns, tropical rainforest and mountain lakes, beaches and active volcanoes — it's all here!
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La Antigua Guatemala
Antigua Guatemala was Guatemala's capital until 1776 and the colonial ambiance has been superbly preserved. As a Monument of the Americas and a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage site, no visitor to Guatemala can bypass Antigua!
Few travelers have Guatemala City on their must-see list, but as Guatemala's capital it's also the country's transportation hub. A stopover can be convenient for those whose flights arrive late at night or depart early in the morning.
Panajachel & Santiago Atitlan
Lake Atitlan in Guatemala's Central Highlands is often called one of the most beautiful lakes in the world. Definitely worth a visit, not only for its natural beauty, but also for the thriving indigenous culture in the towns around the lake.
Chichicastenango (a.k.a. Chichi)
The market of Chichicastenango, reputedly the largest outdoor market in Central America, is a great opportunity to visit a genuine Mayan market and buy anything from colorful Maya fabrics to souvenirs.
Quetzaltenango (a.k.a. Xela)
Travelers who visit Guatemala's Western Highlands or are on the way to Mexico often find it convenient to stay in Quetzaltenango, the country's second largest city (or third largest, depending on who you believe).
Tikal & Flores
One of the most important Mayan archaeological sites, Tikal gives visitors a fascinating impression of Mayan history and culture. Hotel space is limited in Tikal, though, and many visitors prefer to stay in Flores, just an hour away by bus.
Only 26 miles (42 km) long, Rio Dulce is a paradise for watersports enthusiasts and nature lovers. Clear water, abundant tropical vegetation and fascinating wildlife make Rio Dulce one of Guatemala's top vacation spots.
Livingston is Guatemala's only Garifuna community, located on the Caribbean coast. Livingston's unique ambiance, not found anywhere else in Guatemala, reminds visitors of Belize or some Caribbean islands.
Puerto Barrios had it's heyday in the days of the United Fruit Company and offers relatively few attractions for travelers. Some of the nearby beaches on the shores of Amatique Bay are downright spectacular, though.
Coban & Semuc Champey (Alta Verapaz)
Alta Verapaz is famous for great natural splendor and fascinating wildlife. The city of Coban, the natural pools of Semuc Champey, the caves of Lanquin and many other attractions in the area are well worth a visit!
The Basilica of Esquipulas is the largest baroque church in Guatemala and houses the Black Christ of Esquipulas, a dark balsam wood statue of Christ on the Cross, which attracts a multitude of pilgrims from near and far.
While not one of Guatemala's top tourist destinations, Zacapa's location close to the main highway between Guatemala City and the Caribbean coast makes it a convenient stopover on the way to the coast or to Honduras.
Puerto San Jose and Monterrico (Pacific Coast)
Formerly Guatemala's most important port on the Pacific coast, Puerto San Jose attracts locals and travelers alike with miles of beaches of dark volcanic sand and great waves. Excellent place to spend a weekend with the entire family!