Bunte Häuser, Ruinen, Polizei und viele Cafes – La AntiguaColourful houses, ruins, police and a lot of Cafés – La Antigua

"Guck da."
„Guck da.“

Wir erreichen nach einer erneuten langen Fahrt, Antigua. Die Stadt gefällt uns gut und wir bleiben erstmal einige Tage hier. Leider gibt es keinen Campingplatz aber wir dürfen auf dem Gelände der Touristenpolizei parken. Nicht schön, aber kostenlos. Immerhin! Und außerdem super zentral. Zu Fuß ist man in weniger als 5 Minuten im Zentrum.









La Antigua

After another long drive we reach Antigua. We like the city with its cobblestone, cafes and colourful houses and ruins. Unfortunately there is no campground but we can park at the tourist police. It’s not really nice but it’s free and they offer restrooms and showers (super cold though) Also it is very close to town. In less than 5 minutes we can reach the center afoot.

Standing on Pick Ups while driving is usual here, as well as the loaded trucks.

Poor street dogs everywhere.

La Merced. One of the many churches in Antigua

The artist market

Yuhu, a little smile

Coffee Roasting workshop

Hmmmmmm what a nice smell.

Guate Java, a nice little cafe in town

The people here love to the the pics on the camera

Chicken Bus
Chicken Bus

Security in front of each shop

Catedral de San José
Catedral de San José

Catedral de San José
Catedral de San José

Catedral de San José
Catedral de San José

Catedral de San José
Catedral de San José

Okay, Antigua is a little touristy 😉

„See that?“

In the choco Museum…

…it smells like? Chocolate!

Do we buy this?

Lunch in a traditional restaurant.

You can buy so many paintings from the city

Arch of Santa Catalina. An emblem of Antigua

The kids can sleep no matter how loud it is

Luckily Laundries are not rare here .