14 Street 3-08 Zona 10
Guatemala City, 01010
Phone: (502) 24 213333
Fax: (502) 23 635766
14 Street 3-08 Zona 10, Guatemala City, GT, 01010
- Phone: (502) 24 213333
- Fax: (502) 23 635766
This is one of the largest tour operators in Guatemala. It is affiliated to Gray Line Worldwide, which ensures a high standard of quality and service to visitors. Some of its tours include Guatemala City Trolley Explore, Lake Atitlan Explorer, and La Antigua Explorer. It also arranges for transfers to and from La Aurora International Airport and Anacleto Maza Castellanos Airport. In addition to all these services, the tour operators also offer bookings with cruise ship companies.
The Power Lifting Association provides training for competing athletes as well as amateurs. Training is supervised at all times by professional weightlifters. The Association's gym has fully-equipped facilities, changing rooms and its own parking lot. Championships are organized regularly. In order to become a member you must be at least 13 years old, pay a registration fee of 25 quetzals and a monthly subscription of 45 quetzals.
Guatemala City the capital of Guatemala has many notable archaeological sites as the city is more than 9000 years old. It has a plethora of restaurants, hotels, shops, galleries and art museums to lure tourists.
Large modern gym with weight-lifting, aerobics, kickboxing and cardiovascular training facilities. Sauna and cafeteria services are also available. Membership costs 350 quetzals and monthly fees are 295 quetzals.
Here you can learn to make traditional Guatemalan dishes and sauces.
Offering the opportunity to take one-on-one Spanish language classes in a poolside garden setting and a whole cohort of new friends, the Academia de Español Guatemala (AEG) is a well-known and highly regarded institution in Antigua. Available services include homestays within easy walking distance, laundry machines, and free tea, coffee, water, internet access, and money conversion. Teachers have over 20 years experience in Spanish instruction, but are more than willing to celebrate special occasions with the students and definitely with a few cuba libres.
Study Spanish near the beautiful ruins and Iglesia de San Francisco at the Academia de Español Sevilla, faithfully instructing in Guatemalan Spanish, despite the name. All lessons are taught one-on-one by experienced teachers, and internet use and Salsa dancing classes come free. Home-stays are the normal accommodation, including three meals, six days a week, but a shared student house is available as another option. Activities like happy hours, soccer games, films, tours, and even volunteer opportunities are also arranged.
With three offices and 13 years of experience in Antigua, Sin Fronteras is one of the best-established touring and travel agencies in town. Staff of this joint French and Guatemalan business can switch between English, French, and Spanish to accommodate diverse groups of tourists moving from point A to point B: transport possibilities include shuttle or greyhound-style buses, flights, taxis, and combination packages. Students should make sure to ask about special deals. One of the offices in located inside the café and bookstore El Cofre.
Well known in Antigua as a qualified tour operator, Silva Travel coordinates trips through much of Guatemala by shuttle bus, taxi, and even bicycle. Headed by Juan Carlos Silva, they'll bring you to Chichicastenango, Lago de Atitlán, Quetzaltenango, or around rural villages in the highlands where Antigua is found; farther afield (and closer to sea level) are trips heading for Monterrico, Rio Dulce, or Tikal. Stop by the Antigua office to ask about any tourist destination you can dream up!
Packed with bilingual information about Antigua and its surroundings, Que Pasa is a great resource to support your decisions about lodging, eating, and nightlife in town - and it's available for free in most of those businesses to help you pick your next destination. Along with the crowds of advertisements, Que Pasa features lists of selected businesses for whatever you seek: for example, budget accommodation, happy hours, and "best of" including best brownie, best sunset, and best salsa dancing.
The ruins of gorgeous, colonial-era architecture sit patiently along the cobblestones of nearly every street in the town. Antigua is the ideal setting for entrepreneurs and artists from all over the world to showcase their creativity, and tourists arrive to find themselves inundated with well-designed hospitality.
Travelers to Antigua are glad for El Cofre; this small establishment provides an astonishing amount of what they need. Coffee and fruit juices fuel internet catch-up on the row of computers or wireless internet, while travel guides and maps supply ideas for the next step. Meanwhile, the buy, sell, or trade bookstore offers plenty of good titles to enjoy during the invariable long waits that greet any traveler to Central America. Sin Fronteras, a venerable travel agency in Antigua, has one of its offices here as well.