1. Guatemala City, 4 Grados Norte
Home to social entrepreneurs, designers, architects, artists, design and culinary academies, art galleries and cultural spaces collectively they create a unique positive and cultural vibe in the center of the City.
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A dinning experience in 4 Grados Norte
A collaboration of creative minds made this Guatemalan inspired project a piece of art, a combination of traditions and culture with a contemporary twist makes it a creative identity space, with a lot of evolution on Guatemalan essence.
A Unique Experience in Cuatro Grados Norte
Each station serves a variety of local food and drinks! This experience is a must! Make sure to visit!
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2. Lake Atitlán, Santa Catarina Palopó
One of the worlds natural wonders! Make sure to visit this amazing lake surrounded by magnificent volcanoes and its people! Twelve towns surround the lake, each offering different culinary scenes, handcrafts and traditions.
Make sure to stop by Santa Catarina Palopo, where art and design are being used as tool to promote sustainable tourism. Our head designer and founder Diego Olivero worked closely with the community of Santa Catarina to create the color pallet and patterns that are now being used in the facades of the buildings.
3. Antigua Guatemala
A place of beauty, major historical significance and vibrant culture, Antigua remains Guatemala's must-visit destination. You will be enchanted by this iconic colonial town, culture, traditions, food, flora and fauna all brought together to clear a relax and authentic atmosphere of the Guatemalan life and culture.
4. Chichicastenango Market
Chichicastenango Market! A Textile Treasure Hunt and a experience of the Guatemalan Soul!
Let your senses experience the Chichicastenango Market. Thursdays or Sundays are the days to visit! Many people from all over Guatemala gather here to sell, food, flowers, candles and their handcrafted products. Make sure to try the fresh
black corn tortillas and spice it up with some Guacamole & Salsa.
Through out the market you can find a vast selection of the textile work done in Guatemala, vintage and antique huipils, hand carved objects and pre-colombian treasures.