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shopping area
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Oakland Mall
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exlusives stores and restaurants.
Centro Comercial Pradera
exlusives stores and restaurants.
The best shopping and restaurant area.
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Plaza Fontabella
12-59 4A Avenida
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The best shopping and restaurant area.
restaurante, bars, good views. excellent for walk, eat, drink something....
Bulevar Cayalá
restaurante, bars, good views. excellent for walk, eat, drink something....
cinema, shopping center and good restaurants.
Centro Comercial Parque Las Américas
cinema, shopping center and good restaurants.
Food scene
Futeca
one of the best restaurants in Guatemala.
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Donde Mikel
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one of the best restaurants in Guatemala.
the best restaurants in Guatemala
La Noria
the best restaurants in Guatemala
Sightseeing
The historic center of Guatemala City is the area occupied by the original settlement of the New Guatemala of the Assumption between 1776 and 1892, before the expansion of the city began to the four cardinal points, especially to the South. The historic center corresponds to the limits of the city's original layout (today part of zone 1). The following historic buildings are located there: National Palace of Culture, Guatemala City Cathedral, Commerce Portal, North Hippodrome and Relief Map, Post Office Building and Arch, Police Palace, Railway Museum, National Theater, Municipality of Guatemala, Parque Jocotenango (formerly called Parque Morazán), as well as areas such as the Barrio de la Candelaria and the Civic Center. It was declared «Cultural Heritage in the Guatemalan Nation», according to the agreement of the Ministry of Culture and Sports (MCD) 328-98 on August 13, 1998.
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Guatemala City Historical District
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The historic center of Guatemala City is the area occupied by the original settlement of the New Guatemala of the Assumption between 1776 and 1892, before the expansion of the city began to the four cardinal points, especially to the South. The historic center corresponds to the limits of the city's original layout (today part of zone 1). The following historic buildings are located there: National Palace of Culture, Guatemala City Cathedral, Commerce Portal, North Hippodrome and Relief Map, Post Office Building and Arch, Police Palace, Railway Museum, National Theater, Municipality of Guatemala, Parque Jocotenango (formerly called Parque Morazán), as well as areas such as the Barrio de la Candelaria and the Civic Center. It was declared «Cultural Heritage in the Guatemalan Nation», according to the agreement of the Ministry of Culture and Sports (MCD) 328-98 on August 13, 1998.

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Antigua Guatemala
Antigua is a small city surrounded by volcanoes in southern Guatemala. It is famous for its Spanish colonial buildings, many of them restored after the 1773 earthquake that ended with the 200-year-old regime of Antigua as the colonial capital of Guatemala. Some prominent examples of architecture include La Merced, a low yellow and white baroque church. It is an integral part of the famous Holy Week in the city, with parades and rituals.