Las Vibras de la Casbah
Arco de Santa Catalina
Antigua's iconic arch was built in 1694 to enable nuns to cross the street without being seen; the clock tower is a 19th-century add-on.
Iglesia y Convento de Nuestra Señora de la Merced
At the northern end of 5a Av is La Merced – a striking yellow building trimmed with plaster filigree. The squat, thick-walled structure...
Convento de Santa Teresa
Until recently the city prison, this edifice was initially built as a convent for the Carmelite order from Lima, Peru. Much of the...
Across the way from La Merced, Reds is a low-key clubhouse that draws a refreshingly mixed crowd, often more Guatemalan than gringo....
Dedicated to Ms Kahlo, this ever-busy bar-restaurant does Jalisco-style posole, shrimp tacos and other tasty Mexican fare. Live music on...
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Las Vibras de la Casbah information
It's quite a party most nights at this split-level disco near the Santa Catalina arch: plenty of selfies, vapor shots and EDM form the scene. To take a breather, make your way to the open-air terrace out front.