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Sights and Attractions

Whether you’re a nature enthusiast, a food lover, or simply seeking a peaceful escape, Girasoles de Antigua is a destination that promises to leave you spellbound. Come, immerse yourself in the splendor of sunflowers and let Girasoles de Antigua be your sanctuary of serenity in Antigua, Guatemala.

Sunflowers of Antigua (Girasoles de Antigua) 5ta avenida sur 39 lote b, San Pedro panorama, antigua Guatemala Antigua, Guatemala 03001

“Bee Cabañas” is an eco-friendly lodge and restaurant in Antigua, specifically in El Hato, Antigua.  Bee Cabañas emphasizes sustainability and a close connection with nature. They may prioritize using organic and locally sourced ingredients in their meals, promoting a farm-to-table concept.

Bee Restaurante Ecológico H7VW+FV Vuelta Grande


Iglesia San Pedro Apóstol, Guatemala 03001, 6a Calle Oriente No. 20, Antigua Guatemala

Cerro de la Cruz is a small hill located north of Antigua, Guatemala, that offers panoramic views of the city and the surrounding volcanoes. The hill can be reached via a short hike up a paved path or by car, and there is a large cross at the top that serves as a popular photo spot.

Cerro De La Cruz H779+P7H, Antigua Guatemala

This museum is housed inside The Old University of San Carlos, also known as the Royal and Pontifical University of San Carlos Borromeo, which was founded in Antigua Guatemala in 1676. It was the first university in Central America and one of the first in the Americas. The university was founded by the Spanish Crown and the Catholic Church and played an important role in the intellectual and cultural life of the region.

Museo de Arte Colonial H749+92R, Antigua Guatemala

Hobbitenango is a unique eco-tourism attraction located in the mountains outside of Antigua, Guatemala. It is a recreation of Hobbiton, the fictional village from J.R.R. Tolkien’s “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy, and offers visitors a chance to experience the magic of Middle Earth.

Hobittenango Antigua Vuelta Grande, Aldea El Hato, Guatemala Vuelta Grande, Antigua Guatemala

The Museo del Libro Antiguo, or Museum of the Antique Book, is a small museum in Antigua, Guatemala that is dedicated to the history and preservation of ancient books. The museum features a collection of rare and valuable books, including religious texts, scientific treatises, and historical documents, many of which date back to the 16th and 17th centuries.


Antique Book Museum (Museo del Libro Antiguo) 5a Calle Poniente, Antigua Guatemala

The Capuchinas Convent in Antigua, Guatemala is a colonial-era convent that was built in the 18th century. It was founded by a group of nuns from the Capuchin order, who were seeking a more austere and contemplative lifestyle.


Museo Capuchinas 2a Avenida Norte 11, Antigua Guatemala

Going through the different rooms and corridors of the National Museum of Art of Guatemala (MUNAG) makes you reflect on the ancient heritage that Guatemalans possess and that is embodied in incomparable works of art.


Munag H748+GF8 Palacio de los Capitanes, 5a Calle Poniente, Antigua Guatemala

Convento de Santa Clara is a former convent located in Antigua Guatemala. It was established in the 17th century by the Order of St. Clare, also known as the Poor Clares, a religious order of women founded by St. Clare of Assisi in Italy. The convent was originally built as a cloister for the nuns and was one of the largest and most important in the region.

Convento Santa Clara, H749+2PW, Antigua Guatemala