This ruin is definitely worth the visit while you are in Antigua. I found it interesting and it has some interesting information to enhance your knowledge of colonial Spanish life in Guatemala. There is a charge to get in which is very straight forward. However, beware of the men who are in uniform and offer you a guided tour. Yes, they are informative but be VERY sure to negotiate the price before accepting the tour. They give you the impression (they do not come out and say it) that their services are part of the admission price, but that is not the case. Leaving the Convent gives you a great view of the Pilas and a small park near Hermano Pedro, please do not miss those as well. They are just to the right of the exit as you leave.
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