Casa del Tejido Antiguo
Colegio de San Jerónimo
Built in 1757, the Colegio de San Jerónimo was used as a school by friars of the Merced order, but because it did not have royal...
New Sensation Salsa Studio
Centro Lingüístico De La Fuente
Offers volunteer positions as classroom assistants, hospital workers and in local orphanages. Supports local projects to fund an...
This is the latest hot spot for salsa and merengue dancers.
Long a draw for coffee and chocolate mavens, this friendly corner cafe also bakes an array of fine pastries including some delightfully...
Lonely Planet review
This space is like a museum, market and workshop rolled into one, with exhibits on regional outfits and daily demonstrations of backstrap weaving techniques. Founder Alicia Pérez, an indigenous Kaqchiquel woman, is an expert on the significance of designs that appear on the tocoyales (head coverings), tzutes (shawls) and huipiles displayed here. English tours are available.