La Democracia Market
Centro de Estudios de Español Pop Wuj
Pop Wuj's profits go to development projects in nearby villages, in which students can participate.
Museo del Ferrocarril de los Altos
This museum covers the ambitious rail project that connected Quetzaltenango to the Pacific Coast but operated for just three years, from...
Centro Intercultural de Quetzaltenango
Quetzaltenango's railroad station, 1km east of the Templo de Minerva along 4a Calle, lay dormant for years until the city converted it...
This palace of culture is a showcase for elaborate theatrical productions and, on occasion, some interesting movies.
La Taberna de Don Rodrigo
This lively pub/snack bar is reportedly the first place to serve Xela's signature Cabro beer on tap, poured copiously into pitchers and...
La Democracia Market information
Lonely Planet review
For an intense, everyday marketing experience, hit the La Democracia market, up in Zona 3. You should be able to find everything from pirated CDs to a Sonyo TV.