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...
Iglesia El Carmen
The church is not open to the public, but the partially destroyed facade with its multiple carved columns is a marvel. What we see today...
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.
Dedicated to Ms Kahlo, this ever-busy bar-restaurant does Jalisco-style posole, shrimp tacos and other tasty Mexican fare. Live music on...
2a Calle Oriente 4 · interesting places nearby
El Papaturro information
This homey spot run by natives of El Salvador serves authentic pupusas – thick tortillas stuffed with cheese or chicharrónes (fried pork fat) and garnished with curtido (marinated cabbage) – and other snacks from Guatemala's southern neighbor in a relaxed courtyard setting. The obvious accompaniment is horchata, a beverage blend of cacao, ice, cinnamon, cashews and more.