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  1. 1. Learn about Antigua Guatemala on a walking tour that will move 500 years back in time. Known colonial architecture, its history, its people, their stories, the unique landscape, a walk that you remember for all the years. Schedules: 9:30 to 12:30 14:00 to 17:00 Cost: $ 22.00 p / person Reservations: openwide@posadaelantano.com Tour 01Walking Around Antigua
  2. 2.  Here strolling photographers, musicians, travelers, singers, etc.. Is the reference point to be located in Antigua Guatemala, the center has the Mermaids Fountain, built in 1737, urbanization in the colonial era streets and avenues was drawn in a rectangular shape with a park in downtown with the church, the city hall and a commercial center around.Central Park of Antigua
  3. 3.  Built in 1753 compared to the central park, designed by Diego de Porres, the walls have more than one meter thick, is preserved in excellent condition with two plants used by the city council and a museum.City Hall
  4. 4.  Construction began in 1558, it stood government offices, administrative and military of the Kingdom of Guatemala, also included a space called Palacio Chico, where he lived the Captain General. In 1717 it was destroyed by earthquakes in San Miguel, rebuilt in 1736 and restored again in 1764 with its facade of two levels and 54 arcsPalace of the Captains
  5. 5.  It was inaugurated in 1680, his burial place Don Pedro de Alvarado and Bernal Diaz del Castillo, Spanish conquistadors. The Old Cathedral had five naves, 68 vaults, 18 chapels and 7 doors, which many of these walls are on the ground. Functionality is currently only front where the ship conducted religious ceremonies in the Chapel of San Jose.Ruins of the Cathedral
  6. 6.  It was created in the year 1,853, in it are public stacks where people go to wash your clothes.  It is in a square bearing the same name and is a convivial place.Union Tank
  7. 7.  The construction started in the year 1731, with the arrival of the Order of Poor Clares to the population in 1773 was damaged by the earthquake of Santa Marta. The convent had a capacity to accommodate 25 to 28 nuns under the supervision of an abbess.  The tower of retreat in a circle is unique in America. He was considered the first apartment building in Africa since each cell had a toilet and an area of study.  Under the novitiate is a vault with a column of 3 meters in diameter mushroom-shaped holding construction.Capuchin Ruins
  8. 8.  Here was installed at the time of the Royal Customs Colony, destroyed by the earthquake of Santa Marta, in 1773, there are still blocks and columns vaulted speak of the greatness of the place.Ruins of San Jeronimo
  9. 9.  The villages around Antigua are rich in culture, where centuries-old customs are woven Mayan Indians, weaving their webs as their ancestors, creating works in clay and glass as well as consuming fruits and animal figures. Schedules: 9:00 to 13:00 14:00 to 18:00 Cost: $ 37.00 p / person Reservations: openwide@posadaelantano.com Tour 02Around Antigua
  10. 10.  In this village is the first archbishops palace in Guatemala, built in the sixteenth century by Archbishop Francisco Marroquin. From the square you can see the entire valley of Antigua Guatemala You can also visit a museum of colonial times.St. John the Bishop
  11. 11. Village near Antigua Guatemala, is a leading producer of glass ceramic and clay work, to be admired by potters, executed entirely by hand. There are also large leather works shops, creating boots, jackets, bags, wallets and so on.Pastores
  12. 12.  Known worldwide for the manufacture of costumes, is a rewarding to see how women weave traditional costumes.San Antonio Aguas Calientes
  13. 13.  The trip to Chichicastenango starts at 6:00 am for 1 hour traverse the landscape of the western mountains, sheep, rivers, volcanoes up to Tecpán, where we stop for breakfast, depart for Chichicastenango here, one of the most picturesque locations throughout the Americas, where you will find all kinds of crafts, you can see Indians dressed in their costumes and then the church can meet San Jose, 400 years of history, then we head to Lake Atitlan one of the worlds most beautiful lakes surrounded by three volcanoes and surrounded by 12 villages around. Schedules: 6:00 to 19:00 Days: Thursdays and Sundays Cost: $ 180.00 1 or 2 People Additional person: $ 25.00 Reservations: openwide@posadaelantano.com Tour 03Chichicastenango/Panajachel
  14. 14.  The most famous market in Guatemala, where you can learn about the life of the Indians as they lived 500 years ago. In a colorful unparalleled where they gather to sell vegetables, handicrafts, typical fabrics, etc.. This market takes place every Thursday and Sunday. Here are the tribes Mam, Ixil and QaqkchiquelChichicastenango Market
  15. 15.  Located opposite the market in Chichicastenango, is a church of more than 400 years is the proper expression of what happened in the conquest, a Catholic church with pagan rites / Maya. It is in this church where they found the Popol Vuh, the book that recounts the origins of Maya civilization. It has 18 steps, one for each month Mayan calendar made ​up of 18 months of 20 days each month.Santo Tomás Church
  16. 16.  Considered one of the most beautiful lakes in the world, the way to go is full of mountains, sheep, people dressed in costumes of the region, regardless of the lake is the volcanoes of Atitlan, Toliman and San Pedro, around the lake there 12 villages which can be visited on those who find handicrafts, textiles, massage, which can be reached by boat.Atitlan Lake
  17. 17.  Start the journey to one of the most beautiful lakes in the world at 6:00, the road is surrounded by mountains, rivers and volcanoes, at 7:30 we stop for breakfast at Tecpan, one of the most picturesque places of the country western . At 10:00 we walk in to Panajachels main street Santander, go to museums and then head to the town of San Pedro la Laguna where there are saunas, painters, artisans, the way is by boat for an hour, to 16:00 hours we went to Antigua Guatemala. Hours: 6:00 -18:00 Cost: $ 180.00 1 or 2 People Additional person: $ 25.00 Reservations: openwide@posadaelantano.com Tour 04Panajachel/San Pedro La Laguna
  18. 18.  Considered one of the most beautiful lakes in the world, the way to go is full of mountains, sheep, people dressed in costumes of the region, regardless of the lake is the volcanoes of Atitlan, Toliman and San Pedro, around the lake there 12 villages which can be visited on those who find handicrafts, textiles, massage, which can be reached by boat.Atitlan Lake
  19. 19.  A place where you will find a multicultural mix of indigenous customs with those of mixed European and American people who live here since the 70 ` In addition to the crafts you will find places of relaxing massages, paintings and a beautiful view of Lake Atitlan.San Pedro la Laguna
  20. 20.  the city of Coban is immersed in a mountainous area, so any place to which we will conduct ourselves surrounded by mountains, rivers, lagoons, caves, waterfalls, etc.. In addition, the Mayan culture mixed with Spanish and German culture will be a mixture in its culture, its architecture that we will enjoy a very pleasant stay and we add their food, one of the best in Guatemala. Hours: 6:00 to 19:00 Cost: $ 200.00 1 or 2 people Additional person: $ 30.00 Reservations: openwide@posadaelantano.com Tour 06Cobán 1 day
  21. 21.  It is a natural reserve located in the department of Baja Verapaz, here you can see the Quetzal, which is the national bird, the terrain is mountainous, very rough, the trail can be seen, ferns, mosses, cock, orchids, mushrooms, as well as Cayaya birds, woodpecker, toucans, squirrels, coatis, howler monkeys, etc.Biotopo del Quetzal
  22. 22.  City founded by the Spanish in the sixteenth century, the city blends colonial architecture with the German influence, the main craft is silver, with sites such as the cathedral, built in 1543 with jewelry from the colonial era , an orchid nursery with more than 50,000 specimens belonging to 750 varieties including 200 species of orchid miniatureCobán
  23. 23.  Located in San Juan Chamelco, Alta Verapaz, a place full of forms of stalactites and stalagmites, a stunning venue in which you can do cycling, hiking, boating, fishing and photography.Caves of Rey Marcos
  24. 24.  Spend two days immersed between rivers and mountains make the trip to Guatemala an unforgettable experience. We leave at 5:00 am to the Biotope del Quetzal, then we will go to the majestic city of Coban Imperial, where we will walk in the park, climb Calvary where we can observe the city from high in the afternoon will go to the caves of king Mark. Overnight at a hotel in the city of Coban and the next day at 6:00 am we head Champey where we spend an unforgettable experience, then we will go to the caves and enjoy the river Lanquin leaving the mountain and returned to the Antigua Guatemala in the afternoon. Schedule: Day 1: 5:00 am To the Quetzal Biotope Coban Imperial Caves of Rey Marcos Hotel in Coban Day 2: Champey Lanquín Caves Antigua Guatemala Cost: $ 350.00 Includes: Lodging, breakfast, transfers. Extra person $ 50.00Cobán 2 days Reservations: openwide@posadaelantano.com Tour 07
  25. 25.  It is a natural reserve located in the department of Baja Verapaz, here you can see the Quetzal, which is the national bird, the terrain is mountainous, very rough, the trail can be seen, ferns, mosses, cock, orchids, mushrooms, as well as Cayaya birds, woodpecker, toucans, squirrels, coatis, howler monkeys, etc.Biotopo del Quetzal
  26. 26.  City founded by the Spanish in the sixteenth century, the city blends colonial architecture with the German influence, the main craft is silver, with sites such as the cathedral, built in 1543 with jewelry from the colonial era , an orchid nursery with more than 50,000 specimens belonging to 750 varieties including 200 species of orchid miniatureCobán
  27. 27.  Located in San Juan Chamelco, Alta Verapaz, a place full of forms of stalactites and stalagmites, a stunning venue in which you can do cycling, hiking, boating, fishing and photography.Caves of Rey Marcos
  28. 28.  It is a natural location in the region of Alta Verapaz, in the midst of a dense tropical forest on limestone river glides in pools of 1 to 3 feet deep where the turquoise varies by factors of nature, in the end the river is immersed in a stone cave, which is impressive that can be seen from a distance, there are over 100 birds, 34 mammals, 25 reptiles and 10 species of fish, as well as 120 species of trees, from a vantage point 50 meters can be seen 350 meters of river travel, and a waterfall 40 feet high.Champey
  29. 29.  An awesome place inside the mountain, a beautiful resort with rooms, domes, limestone formations and shapes. The river emerges from the Lanquín caves abroad, no one knows where this river is born in the mountains.Lanquín Caves
  30. 30.  Ipala Lagoon is in the crater of the volcano of the same name, a place like no other, unique places of America, then we go to the natural reserve of the Quetzal Biotope, where walking trails full of flora and fauna impressive next to a waterfall that will make us feel really devices of civilization in completely in nature. Schedules : 6:00 to 18:00 Cost: $ 220.00 1 or 2 people Extra person $ 30.00 Reservations: openwide@posadaelantano.com Tour 05Ipala Lagoon/Biotopo del Quetzal
  31. 31.  A beautiful lagoon located in the cone of the volcano of the same name, the hike to the crater is 25 minutes.  At an altitude of 1650 meters and a crater 1000 meters wideIpala Lagoon
  32. 32.  This volcano goes active all year, near the crater after a rise of 1.5 hours can take pictures of the lava flows emerging from the same crater. There are paintings dating from 1.500 where this is erupting. There is a lagoon called boilers, which supplies water to the residents of the hillside. Schedules: 6:00 to 13:30 14:00 to 21:00 Cost: $ 22.00 p / personPacaya Volcano

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