1 kilometer from Amatitlán village, Guatemala City
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Heading south from Guatemala City towards the Pacific lowlands, you will find this lake just a few kilometers from the ... More
Heading south from Guatemala City towards the Pacific lowlands, you will find this lake just a few kilometers from the highway. Unfortunately, its waters are now quite polluted, but it is still a beautiful setting for a picnic, a barbecue or even a boat trip. Its main attraction for visitors is the spectacular view of Agua and Pacaya volcanoes. If you are at the lake on a weekend, take the "bubble-lift" to Parque de las Naciones Unidas for the best views of both volcanoes. Pacaya volcano, on the southern shore of the lake, throws an amazing orange light from its mouth, which you can see clearly at night. The lake gets very crowded on weekends. It takes around half an hour from the city by car or 45 minutes by bus. Buses go daily every 10 minutes from the terminal in Zona 4.
This museum specializes in the collection, preservation, research, promotion and compilation of documentation of Mayan textiles in Guatemala. The exhibition
consists of an extensive collection of textiles from over 140 communities produced in different periods. It also offers two ...
This scale model is an open air public monument that represents the geography of Guatemala. It was designed in 1904
by Engineer Francisco Vela and covers 1,800 square meters. This relief map shows all natural and non natural geographical ...
The Museum of Modern Art was originally set up in the city center in 1934 by the Friends of the
Arts Committee, and was moved to its present site in 1968. The architecture of this building dates from the ...