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Great Paseo in the Centro Histórico

As you finish your visit to Central Park, the Palace and the Cathedral start walking the Sexta... read more

Reviewed 19 June 2018
Olga B
Try the local food Tostadas

Great scenic walk, the city is just beautiful. Stay away from the babylonian options of food and... read more

Reviewed 8 December 2017
Tiago I
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18 Jun 2018
“Great Paseo in the Centro Histórico”
8 Dec 2017
“Try the local food Tostadas”
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Paseo de la Sexta, Guatemala City, Guatemala
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Reviewed 10 July 2018

If you want a true cultural experience among Guatemalans, take a stroll down 6th Avenue. You can window shop, look for a place to have coffee or lunch, and get caught up in the hustle and bustle of life in the capital city. Try the...More

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Reviewed 19 June 2018

As you finish your visit to Central Park, the Palace and the Cathedral start walking the Sexta Avenue. The first stop is Pasaje Rubio, a yellow 3 story building with shops on the first floor and apartments on the other floors. You have antique shops,...More

Thank Olga B
Reviewed 4 March 2018

It is the heart of the historical zone in Guatemala, sadly like every downtown is not sonsafe late night, for lunch or coffee you can have a lot of options, and a great variety of food.

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Reviewed 8 December 2017 via mobile

Great scenic walk, the city is just beautiful. Stay away from the babylonian options of food and look for the ladies dressed in typical outfits with market trolleys selling the called "tostadas con frijoles", it's a crunchy tortilla chips with beans, some red sauce and...More

Thank Tiago I
Reviewed 17 September 2017

La Sexta is a peatonal street, filled up with cafes and shops, it can take you an hour or three, depending on how you're feeling. Very safe, on a sunny afternoon I recommend to get into Pasaje Rubio and have tea at Caravasar.

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