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Our Cultural Walking Tour is a journey through our history visiting ruins, churches, markets, and museums; in this UNESCO Cultural World Heritage destination, the stories and legends of the colonial times are still present along with the old paved streets.

This cultural adventure also provides the opportunity of photography and to taste the famous Guatemala coffee.

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Antigua was founded in 1543 in the valley of Panchoy for Francisco de la Cueva, surrounded by magnificent volcanoes Water, Fuego, and Acatenango, silent guardians of an exquisite architectonic inheritance of the 16th and 17th centuries.

Antigua Guatemala was the capital of the Guatemalan kingdom from 1541 to 1776 until its destruction by the Santa Marta earthquake. However, it seems that time has stopped in La Antigua: the practically entire colonial urban landscape with its beautiful old facades exerts a certain charm.

La Antigua preserves a centuries-old history in numerous churches, museums, and ruins, which can be explored along the cobblestone streets as you walk through the city.

For the curious, La Antigua offers many shops and markets, where endless rustic-style textiles, ceramics, as well as high-quality silver and gold work, locally produced leather goods, or jewelry made of jade and precious minerals are waiting to be discovered.

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