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Guatemala

1. Day: Guatemala city -Antigua

Journey by the guatemaltekische highland after Antigua 45 km / lh30min.
Today Antigua is one of the tourist main attractions of Guatemala. The town shows a regular colonial townscape with numerous half-destroyed baroque churches.

2. Day: Antigua – Panajachel

After the breakfast you visit Antigua, one of the oldest towns of Latin America and former colonial capital. Afterwards you visit the ruins of an order cloister and a Kaffeefinca. The second leg of the journey in the Atitlán lake to Panajachel.

3. Day: Panajachel -Santiago Atitlán – Panajachel

On a boat excursion you get to know the Atitlan lake and the traditional village Santiago Atitlán at the foot of the mighty volcanoes. The second leg of the journey to San Antonio Palopó – famously for his textile production -and to the village Santa Catarina Palopó. Return journey to Panajachel.

4. Day: Panajachel – Chichicastenango – Quetzaltenango

Today their daily objective is the famous, colourful market of Chichicastenango. Then you visit the more than 400 year-old church Santo Tomás. Afterwards journey to Quetzaltenango.

5. Day: Quetzaltenango – Guatemala city

After the visit of the places Almolonga and Zunil the journey goes to the market in San Francisco El Alto where you can enjoy an impressive panoramic look in the Quetzaltenango 17 km away and the volcanoes lying behind it. Before the return journey to Guatemala city you still visit in the colours of the Maya’s mythology painted church of San of Andre Xecül.

6. Day: Guatemala city – Flores -Tikal – Flores

Early flight from Guatemala city to Flores. Bus ride to the famous Maya’s site Tikal in the midst of the tropical rain forest. This archaeological jewel counts to the most important and most impressive Maya’s sites.

7. Day: Flores – Rio Dulce – Fuerte San Felipe – Livingston

Journey of the northern jungle region of Peten to the Caribbean coast. Boat tour past the fortress San Felipe and further on the Rio Dulce downstream after Livingston. The Caribbean town allows a comprehensive insight into the life of the Garifunas to you.

8. Day: Livingston – Río Dulce – Quiriguá – Copán

Boat tour back to Río Dulce and journey in the direction of west to Quiriguá, a small archaeological site. Afterwards the second leg of the journey in the direction of Honduras in the small place Copán.

9. Day: Copán

The ruins of Copán belong to the most prominent buildings which have ever created Maya. They visit the Acropolis, the ball game place, the famous hieroglyph stair, the Plaza Central with her artistic steles as well as the sculpture museum in Copán.

10. Day: Copán – Guatemala city

With a city tour you see the Plaza Central, the national palace and the cathedral Metropolitan. Moreover, you visit a museum of Maya culture which accommodates a comprehensive collection from the objects of Maya completely Guatemala.

Playa VIK Jose Ignacio

Mag das architektonische Ausnahme-Hotel Estancia V ik mit seinem prachtvollen Luxus Alex und Carrie Viks’ Vorstellung eines kleines Landhäuschens sein, so ist das Playa V ik deren Version einer ruhigen Strandhaus-Abstiege. Das heißt, dass es sich ein wenig wie das Urlaubshäuschen eines alten Freundes anfühlt- mal angenommen dieser Freund ist ein Architekturgott und Kunstliebhaber. Es wäre nur
logisch, dass ein solcher Freund die Küste Jose Ignacios in Uruguay als sein Feriendomizil erwählt.
Es ist eines dieser seltenen Hotels die einen gewissen Leitfaden verfolgen: “ Sculpture” heißt hier das Stichwort, welches das modernistische Monument aus Titan und Glas beschreibt. Hier befindet sich die Kunstsammlung, zu der auch ein Meisterwerk von Anselm Kiefer zählt (sowie eine Installation von Pablo Atchugarry, der in diesen Hemisphären etwa in Kiefers Liga spielt). Die drei Master Suiten sind allesamt mit kostbaren Kunstobjekten geschmückt und befinden sich mitsamt der öffentlichen Räumlichkeiten und Speisesäle in der “ Sculpture” .