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The capital of Guatemala and largest city in Central America boasts an array of green spaces and is home to the Mayan city of Kaminaljuyú, which is over 2,000 years old. If you take one of our cheap flights to Guatemala, you too can enjoy the appeal of a large modern city, combined with adventures in both nature and history.
Constitution Square brims with artisanal stalls, overlooked by the doves that fly above them, and is one of the most impressive and significant areas of the city. The National Palace of Culture, the Metropolitan Cathedral and the Trading Gate surround a spectacular fountain in the middle of the square. Without even leaving the city, take a trip back in time to the Mayan era, with a visit to Kaminaljuyú, a town that used to trade with the Central Mexican city of Teotihuacán two thousand years ago.
If you’re in need of a breath of fresh air, head straight for the Atitlán lake, located 25 kilometres from the city in a crater, at the foot of the Pacaya volcano. On the way to the lake, stop by the United Nations Park ecological reserve, ideal for hiking or other outdoor sports, such as ’canopying’, the extreme sport of touring the forest’s canopy, suspended from wires. It’s time to take flight in Guatemala City!
Iberia flights to Guatemala have a duration of eleven and a half hours and the time difference is minus seven hours with respect to mainland Spain.
It you take an Iberia flight to discover this destination, you'll arrive at Aurora International Airport situated in zone 13 of the capital, 6 km from the city centre.
In Guatemala City the rainy season is cloudy and the dry season is sunny, but it's nice and warm all year round. The cuisine is largely based on maize - the staple ingredient of a wide variety of dishes - and tomatoes for typical dishes like "recados" and "chirmoles". The local currency is the quetzal.