by Roam & Thrive
Hotel Casa Santo Domingo San Rafael Hotel Port Hotel Antigua Meson Panza Verde Ojala
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Now a luxury hotel and a museum, Casa Santa Domingo was once a thriving monastery and it’s certainly been through a lot over the years. From its history as one of the most important convents in the Americas until now Casa Santo Domingo is well worth a wander even if you’re not staying at this gorgeous property during your stay in Antigua.
While this impressive structure might look extremely in tack from the outside, this is hardly the case when walking in. Located on the main Parque Central, the main cathedral is only a fraction of the size it once was. When walking in from the front you’ll be able to see a small church that’s still used today.
Cerro de la Cruz is one of the best places to visit in Antigua Guatemala. The viewpoint is located on a small hill just to the north of town which you can easily climb up and get a breathtaking view of the city. From here you have an amazing view of the whole city and the famous three volcanoes. READ MORE HERE
This market, located right next to the old bus station is the best place to go to buy textiles in Antigua. With an array of blankets, throws, cushion covers, ponchos, jackets, hats, scarves and just about anything else you can weave, this is a gorgeous place to come to learn about traditional craftsmanship and weaving as well as stock up on some beautiful pieces for your home.
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