The country's modern history began with the Spanish conquest of Guatemala in 1524. Most of the great classic-era 250 to 900 Maya cities of the Petén Basin region, in the northern lowlands, had been abandoned by the year 1000 AD. When the Republic dissolved in 1841, Guatemala became fully independent. The city is renowned for its volcanic landscape, fascinating Mayan culture and the colourful Antigua city. Some of the city’s famous attractions include; Tikal, Lake Atitlan, Antigua Guatemala, Guatemala City, Natural monument Semuc Champey, Panajachel, Peten Department, Livingston, Coban, Solola, and many more.
In Guatemala, visitors will enjoy the warmest reception as the city is filled with several amazing tour activities and welcoming locals. On food and wine tasting tours in the city visitors will enjoy delectable local delicacies from rooftop restaurants and roadside eateries. Visitors will enjoy the most spectacular viewing experiences as they tour through the city most beautiful pathways on walking and biking tours and can also visit and explore famous landmarks and historical grounds in the city on cultural and historical tours as well as sightseeing tours. Guatemala’s stunning water bodies are not left unattended as visitors will enjoy picturesque sights of the city and other spectacular sceneries on boat cruises and sailings in Guatemala.
With the tour agency, Tripindicator, visitors will enjoy the most amazing experiences in the city at very affordable prices and can also visit Guatemala’s neighbouring cities and towns on day trips and excursions from the city. With convenient airport transfer services and other city transports, visitors will enjoy comfortable, stress-free transportation within the city, suitable for both individual and group transfers.