San Pedro is a real gem on Lake Attitlan... the usual 'trip' around Lake Attitlan often starts at a place like Panajachel and goes around the lake, stopping at San Marcos, San Pedro, Santiago and back.... divide your time so that you have enough for each... but especially for San Pedro that is not only a shade big in size but also very atmospheric... the Guatemalan markets are a treat to watch with their bright colours and local hustle and bustle...
Very nice place by the lake Atitlan. Is much less touristic than Panajachel and you can enjoy a very calm atmosphere. Best place to relax, to have a nice food or a cool beer.
Panajachel offers the visitors a magnificent view, not only because of the 3 volcanoes that sorround it, but also by its lake Atitlan, the one mention by brittish writer/novelist Aldous Huxle…
Antigua, is classified as a city. However, its population of some 35,000 plus inhabitants, makes it more like a bustling old age town. Located in the central highlands of Guatemala, its altit…
Quetzaltenango means, quetzal (national bird for Guatemala) and tenango (city or place), together they mean "City of the Quetzal", interesting convination.
It was declared city 1825, some …