Hotels in Guatemala City
Budget hotels in Guatemala CitySee all
Guatemala City 5.1 km from city centre
Euro Hostal offers accommodations in Guatemala. There is free WiFi and guests can enjoy free continental breakfast during...
Guatemala City 3.3 km from city centre
Attractively set in the Zona 1 district of Guatemala, Hotel Colonial Maya is located a 16-minute walk from National Palace...
Guatemala City 1.1 km from city centre
Located in Guatemala, 1.4 miles from Miraflores Museum, Hotel Landivar has accommodations with free WiFi and free private...
Hostal Blue Star
Guatemala City 2.5 km from city centre
Located in Guatemala, a 9-minute walk from National Palace Guatemala, Hostal Blue Star provides accommodations with free...
Guatemala City 1.6 km from city centre
Located in Guatemala, 1.2 miles from National Palace Guatemala, Hotel Metropolitano provides accommodations with free WiFi...
Guatemala City 3.1 km from city centre
The property is located one block from the 6th Av and San Sebastian metro station. Featuring free WiFi throughout the property,...
Estacion Gerona Bed & Breakfast
Guatemala City 2.8 km from city centre
Hostel Estacion Gerona Bed & Breakfast is located in the city center, just a 5-minute walk from the Railway Museum and Mateo...
Tourism in Guatemala City
Guatemala has its origin in antiquity, coming from the time of the Mayas. It then became both a place of passage and a home for the Catholic religious community under Spanish colonization. Since then the city has undergone difficult modifications in its structure, generating a metropolitan area of important dimensions. Nevertheless it was able to conserve something of its historical patrimony in the center of the capital.
The country contains a very diverse culture due to the multitude of ethnic groups who populated the country and continue to reside here. There are 22 languages to be found in Guatemala, among them Mayan languages and Xincas. Throughout the length and breadth of the country we can enjoy a multitude of perfect places for tourism, from relaxing on a beach in the sun to 4-wheel drive trips in the interior. Surfing, scuba-diving and bird watching make Guatemala a multi-activity destination, not over crowded and yet up to date with the latest amenities.
The most outstanding and popular places in the city are Old Guatemala, the Basilica of Esquipulas, the Castle of San Felipe, the Rio Dulce, Tikan National Park, the cascades of Tatasirire, Panajachel, Comalapa, Pacaya volcano, Quetzaltenango and the lake of Atitlán. There are a great many places to visit and enjoy in this country, considered to be the soul of the Earth.