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3A Avenida, Guatemala, Guatemala, Guatemala

Located next to our hotel, AVIA is the one of the city’s most modern lifestyle and shopping malls and is home to restaurants, coffee shops, coworking spaces, and corporate offices.

0.1 mi / 150 meters away

Ixchel Museum of Indigenous Textiles and Clothing

7A Avenida, Zona 10, Guatemala City, 01010

This museum, located on the Francisco Marroquin University campus, spotlights Guatemalan indigenous dress and also features ceramics, textiles, jewelry, and books.

0.8 mi / 1.3 km away

Popol Vuh Museum

Calle Manuel F. Ayau - 6ª Calle Final, Zona 10, Guatemala City, Guatemala, 01010

Discover one of the world’s largest Maya art collections at Popol Vuh Museum located in the Universidad Marroquin. This modern museum features intriguing pre-Columbian and colonial-era artifacts.

0.8 mi / 1.3 km away

La Aurora Zoo

Calle Interior Finca La Aurora 5,, Interior Finca La Aurora Zona 13, Guatemala City, Guatemala, 01013

La Aurora Zoo, which stretches across 16 blocks of lush gardens in the heart of Guatemala City, features animals from all over the world. It makes for a fun day out for the whole family.

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0.8 mi / 1.3 km away

National Museum of Modern Art “Carlos Mérida”

Edificio 6, La Aurora Park, Guatemala City, Guatemala

Immerse yourself in Guatemalan culture in this historic building housing one of the largest collections of Guatemalan art from the last century, with two permanent collections and a dedicated space for temporary exhibitions.

1.0 mi / 1.6 km away

National Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology

6a. Calle, 7a. Avenida Building No. 5, Finca la Aurora Zona 13, Guatemala City, Guatemala, 01013

Spend time exploring this national museum dedicated to the preservation of archaeological and ethnographic artifacts and the study of the country's heritage and culture.

1.0 mi / 1.6 km away

National Museum of History

The National Museum of History showcases the country’s history with an impressive collection of intriguing pre-Columbian art and artifacts from Guatemala’s colonial and Republican eras.

1.0 mi / 1.7 km away

Museum of Natural History “Jorge A. Ibarra”

6a. Calle 7-30 zona 13, Complejo de MuseosCity, Guatemala City, Guatemala, 0103

Located in Calle de los Museos, this museum features exhibitions that showcase the unique natural history and biodiversity of Guatemala and Central America

1.0 mi / 1.7 km away

Las Capuchinas Church and Convent

Av Norte at 2 Calle Oriente 2, Centro Histórico, Antigua, Guatemala, 03001

Step back in time and visit these famous 18th-century convent ruins in Antigua Guatemala that include a church, courtyards, a tower, and nuns’ dormitories.

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2.8 mi / 4.5 km away

Metropolitan Cathedral

8 Calle, 7 Av., Guatemala City, Guatemala, 01001

This enormous, classically inspired baroque building is worth a visit. It’s particularly impressive due to its size and architecture. Step inside to see its elaborate altars.

2.9 mi / 4.6 km away

Constitution Square

7a Avenida, Guatemala City, Guatemala

The country’s bustling main square is surrounded by historic landmarks, such as the cathedral, National Palace of Culture, National Library, and Parque Centenario, and hosts important national events and celebrations. It’s a fun spot to hang out and do some people-watching.

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2.9 mi / 4.6 km away

La Merced Church

11-73, 5CalleA, Guatemala City, Guatemala

This baroque church lies next to the ruins of the Convent La Merced in Antigua Guatemala and features one of the largest fountains from the colonial era, now a famous historical landmark.

2.9 mi / 4.7 km away

National Palace of Culture

5 Calle, Zona 1, Guatemala

The National Palace of Culture served as the president of Guatemala's office and is considered one of the most significant buildings in the country. Its location, known as Kilometro Cero, is the starting point of all the roadways in the country.

3.0 mi / 4.8 km away

Santa Catalina Arch

5 Avenida, Antigua Guatemala, Sacatepéquez, Guatemala

Built in the 17th century, Santa Catalina Arch, considered one of Antigua Guatemala's most recognizable landmarks, originally served as a link between two convents, allowing the cloistered nuns to travel between the two without being seen in public.

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15.0 mi / 24.1 km away

Cerro de La Cruz

Cerro de La Cruz, Sanarate, Guatemala

It’s an easy hike to Cerro de la Cruz, one of the most famous landmarks in the city for locals and travelers. You’ll be rewarded with unrivaled views of the city and Volcan de Agua.

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17.1 mi / 27.5 km away
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