The most exciting time to visit Antigua Guatemala but also the most crowded and busy, is the wonderful celebration of Easter. During this special time of year, hotels are booked weeks in advance. If Easter is included in your travel plans, be sure to specify reservations before heading to Antigua to enjoy the different events.
The low season is during May, June, September and October. During this time, Antigua is very quiet during the week and weekends filled with Guatemalan start arriving in the capital.
The special this week contains scallops. This food belongs to the group of fish and dairy products. Scallops are rich in iodine and contain other nutrients such as iron, calcium, potassium and vitamins A and B. The abundance of iodine that can be found in this food is good for our metabolism, regulating our energy level and the proper functioning of cells. In addition, the iodine scallops, helps controlling our cholesterol. As a food rich in iodine, also helps processing carbohydrates, strengthen hair, skin and nails.
This special is available until June 28. It contains Roasted scallops with garlic butter and is accompanied by carrots, dried tomato and grilled rice. Receive a glass of wine, Santa Rita, Merlot Chardonnay White 120 or 120 with each special in our Restaurant at Antigua Guatemala.
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Yesterday was held the procession of San Bartolo that lasts all day and all night in Antigua Guatemala. Thousands come to Antigua to see this famous procession. It’s one of the largest in the place. This beautiful image has captivated thousands of people from Antigua Guatemala and elsewhere in the country. It is amazing the number of people who walk in the cobbled streets of the colonial city just to accompany the famous image of The “Nazareno de la Caída”. When the procession arrives at the Central Park, half block from Hotel Palacio Dona Leonor, the Bishop is blesses the image with a prayer and the musicians harmonize the place with his music and songs. Going to Antigua Guatemala for this dates is quite an experience.