Convento de las Capuchinas
The Church and Convent of Capuchins, consecrated in 1736, is one of the most visited tourist sites in the city of Antigua Guatemala.
Filadelfia Mountain Paintball
Our fields are designed for all levels of difficulty, including a professional speedball field. We have the best equipment of high durability and performance in all weather conditions, expert referees and 100% biodegradable paintballs. This activity begins with the ascent to the mountain of 25 minutes in our Unimog trucks to get to the beginning of the cloud forest where we have install our fields and Paintball store. Equipment and safety instructions are given prior to start the activity. We have different combos for your choice. The activity takes from 2.5 to 6 hours. After playing, our trucks will take you back to the Cafetenango´s restaurant area.
Cerro de la Cruz
This is a very small hike up the hill at the end of 1st Avenida , it's full of locals during the day - families and food carts, people selling bags and jewellery etc. It's a lovely view of Antigua. Totally safe.
Arte en Antigua
Enjoying art can be one of the most enriching and rewarding experiences in life. We at La Antigua Galería de Arte invite you to share such an experience with us, as you browse our online Gallery viewing the finest in Latin-American and Caribbean works of art. The Gallery also features contemporary works by the Masters. It is our purpose and our pleasure to make available to the public art from virtually all of Latin America and some works by featured artists from Europe and the United States.
Volcan de Fuego
Is an active stratovolcano in Guatemala, on the borders of Sacatepéquez department. It sits about 16 kilometres (9.9 mi) west of Antigua Guatemala. It has erupted frequently since the Spanish conquest.
Volcan de Acatenango
Next door Volcan de Fuego is the world’s most consistently erupting volcano, is Acatenango a stratovolcano in Guatemala, close to the city of Antigua. The volcano has two peaks, Pico Mayor (Highest Peak) and Yepocapa (3,880 m) which is also known as Tres Hermanas (Three Sisters). Daily Hiking Tours*
Volcan de Agua
This is quite a sight from just about anywhere in Antigua. Many years ago, the capital on Guatemala was located on the side of Agua. That predated the move of the capital to Antigua.
La Reunion Golf Course
An 18-hole golf course designed by legendary architect Pete Dye, Fuego Maya is sure to challenge every golfer with its architecture and captivate them with breathtaking views of the Fuego Volcano and the Pacific Coastline.
Catedral de San José
Built in 1541, this massive cathedral is one of the country’s most iconic landmarks and a truly stunning architectural masterpiece.
Iglesia de San Jose el Viejo
An attractive church just 3 blocks from the main square, with colorful gardens and a facade that tells the story of this colonial town.
Iglesia de la Merced
Catch a glimpse of the famous unique baroque style church known for its processions and superb colonial ornament.
Fuego Maya Golf Course
Play a round of championship golf at Fuego Maya lovely course, designed by legendary architect Pete Dye and located 17 miles from our resort.
Located in a former Jesuit church and monastery, the Cooperacion Española now hosts training courses, workshops, and cultural events such as performing arts and film screenings.
El Arco De Santa Catalina
This noteworthy landmark was built in the seventeenth century to connect the Santa Catalina convent to its adjoining school, thus allowing nuns from the convent to pass through to the school without having to walk in the street.
El Tanque De La Unión
The “Union Tank” was originally built to offer La Antigua residents a place in which to wash their laundry and household items, and still attracts people here for that specific purpose (although not quite as frequently).
Filadelfia Coffee Resort & Tours
150 meters north of the Church of San Felipe de Jesús, La Antigua Guatemala, Guatemala, C.A.