Antigua, Guatemala Day 2

A 3 hour walking tour took me to a few of the most famous churches, crypts, and museums around Antigua, Guatemala. I tried to capture some of the amazing things we saw, but a camera can never quite do it justice. I also scheduled a trip to the famous lake Atitlan, Pacaya Volcano, and 3 surrounding Mayan villages for Friday. I look forward to sharing that with you all too.

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8 thoughts on “Antigua, Guatemala Day 2

  1. thekaydays

    I was just in Guatemala, and it was definitely one of the most beautiful and colorful places I’ve ever visited. I hope Antigua is safe now, when I was in Guatemala there were threats of the volcanic activity, so unfortunately my school group wasn’t permitted to visit Antigua. Thanks for sharing! 🙂

    ~Kay

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    1. Atticus Finch Post author

      I think it is safe now; however, it is about time for another volcanic eruption or giant earthquake. It’s been a while now – which is too bad because this place is a true gem everyone should experience.

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    1. Atticus Finch Post author

      There is a lot of Spanish influence (so since you love Spain, i believe I remember you saying) you would probably like Antigua. Also a lot of Italian (including food) influence. I have a lot I want to write about in more detail later :).

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