Soaring volcanoes, colourful buildings, a flourishing food scene and a multitude of new boutique hotels ... this is a very tempting city.
Volcano climbers can spoil themselves either pre or post their ascent at this boutique haven.
While the future of Guatemala's weaving traditions is uncertain, for now they remain delightfully present, almost everywhere we look.
We have flown 27 hours to this country to see just one thing: it's big, very rare and slightly comical.
On tour in Guatemala, where the river flows under the earth.
A town in the highlands of central Guatemala erupts into a riot of colour and commerce.
Walking to and from Chicabal Lake, the 575-metre-wide body of water that fills a volcano crater, can leave you breathless.
See local craftspeople in action and get an immersive insight into rural Guatemalan life.