Antigua, Guatemala

Discover lush forests, majestic mountains, and three volcanoes in the colorful colonial city of Antigua. With its pastel Baroque architecture and quaint city streets, Guatemala’s former capital is both charming and historic. Step back in time as you explore the city, indulging in local dishes and aromatic coffee along the way. Hike to sunset viewpoints in Altamira, explore scenic Lake Atitlan, and learn about Mayan culture and traditions as you connect with locals - do it all with Remote Year!
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Must-try Dish
Tortillas
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Summer & Winter Avg. Temp
82°F | 76°F
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Top Attraction
Volcano hiking
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Most Common Language
Spanish
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Why Explore Antigua with Remote Year

In Antigua, you’ll find that our accommodations are conveniently located within walking distance of our coworking space and the city’s must-try bars, restaurants, local markets, and cafes. Grab a cup of freshly brewed Guatemalan coffee before walking to work through the cobblestone colonial streets of this charming UNESCO World Heritage Center.

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Your Neighborhood

Surrounded by lush forests and active volcanoes, Antigua is brimming with art and culture. Spend your lunch time indulging in delicious Guatemalan fare, and your free time exploring the city’s beautiful heritage sites. Our well-connected team can help you take exclusive side trips to Lake Atitlán and Tikal National Park, where you’ll enjoy breathtaking views.

Your home away from home

You will be staying in a comfortable private bedroom in a multiple bedroom apartment, house, or hotel. All accommodations are located in top neighborhoods and within a 25-minute walk of your coworking space. Accommodations are clean, secure, and include standard internet. Private apartments are available at an additional cost after booking.

Things You'll Experience in Antigua, Guatemala

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Meet our Antigua, Guatemala City Manager

Joshua

DJ, travel guide, drummer, food manager – Joshua does it all! Born and raised in Guatemala, Joshua spent many years working in the travel and food industries before joining Remote Year. Now he happily arranges activities for participants like making pizza in an active volcano’s caldera. During his free time, he might be with his Aussie wife at an exciting festival or going for a nature walk with their dogs.

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