Fun Things To Do In Antigua, Guatemala

Things To Do In Antigua, Guatemala

Antigua, Guatemala is the last true colonial town in all of Latin America. But that’s not all there is to it. The views and proximity to the surrounding 3 volcanoes, mountains and rivers make this attraction a great place for adventurers of all ages and interests.

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What To Do In Antigua:

Private Salsa Lessons
Antigua is home to many Latin dancing schools, don’t miss it!

Private Salsa Classes For Kids
Kids can also have fun learning salsa, Antigua is perfect for it.

Minoshka’s SPA
There is nothing better than a good spa treatment, here is a great option.

Picnic on a Ruin
Church ruins in Antigua are a great option for a family day out.

Baby Development Class
A class for moms to bond with their babies & for babies to have fun.

Meditation for Kids
A class that helps your kid to relax while having fun.

Canopy Tour
An exciting canopy tour with views of Antigua just 10 min away from it.

Have You Ever Tried a Nahgra?
Unique system that implements the ancient wisdom of Eastern medicine with modern kinesiology.

Visit the Museums
Antigua is a gorgeous, historic place filled with stories about the Colonial days that you can learn in one of its museums.

Canopy Tour – Video
Canopy tours are a sure hit for kids and families.

Semana Santa in Antigua – Video
Semana Santa in Antigua Guatemala is the most amazing celebration of Easter week in the world. With beautiful carpets, procession and activities it’s a can’t-miss event!

Antigua Canopy Tour – Photo
However, 5 minutes from Antigua, Guatemala you can get a serious canopy ride with great scenery in the middle of a forest on top of a mountain!

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