Fun Info About Quetzaltenango

This is Guatemala’s second largest city with a chilly climate and a European architectural style. It’s commonly visited by volunteers because of the amount of NGOs in the region but it’s also pretty well known for its nightlife.

Adventurers also have a blast here by hiking up volcanoes and rock climbing. If you want something more relaxed you can also indulge in the local hot springs, learn Spanish in one of the many academies, visit the railroad museum & take a walk around central park.

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Hotels in Quetzaltenango

Xela is quickly growing in popularity for travelers. It also hosts some lovely hotels are located in old & big houses with a European style.
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Fun Things to do in Quetzaltenango

When you visit Guatemala’s second largest city you can expect to find tons of adventures to be had as you explore the area.
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General Information about Quetzaltenango

This city is home to the K’iche Mayan people, is surrounded by volcanoes and has one of the  coolest weathers of Guatemala. These are just some of the facts you can learn about the area.
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