El Hato is a small village in the mountains above Antigua Guatemala where you can hike through the forest and coffee plantations.

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Vol­can de Agua and El Hato Tour from Antigua

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El Hato, Antigua

El Hato is a small village in the mountains above Antigua Guatemala where you can hike through the forest and coffee plantations..

El Hato is a small village in the mountains above Antigua Guatemala where you can hike through the forest and coffee plantations.


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About El Hato

 Antigua, Guatemala

El Hato and Nearby Sights on Map

Cerro de la Cruz

The Hill of the Cross is at the north end of the city, and offers great views over the city

Santo Domingo del Cerro

Santo Domingo del Cerro is an art museum exhibiting Efrain Recinos' works

Casa Santo Domingo

Casa Santo Domingo on the grounds of the Santo Domingo Monastery was once home to the order of Santo Domingo de Guzmán, but today is a hotel with museums and a chapel

Convento de las Capuchinas

Formally known as the 'Convento e Iglesia de Nuestra Senora del Pilar de Zaragoza' (Convent and Church of Our Lady of the Pillar of Zaragoza), the Convento de las Capuchinas is an 18th century convent designed by Diego de Porres that was the last one to be built in the city

Museo La Merced

Rincón Sacatepéquez

Museo del Café

Casa K'ojom

Casa K'ojom houses a music museum that displays traditional Mayan and colonial-era instruments as well as multimedia presentations of sounds and music

ChocoMuseo Antigua

Learn about the history of cacao and chocolate, and how chocolate is made from the beans at the ChocoMuseo

Convento de Santa Clara

Founded in 1699 by the Order of Poor Clare nuns from Mexico, the Convento de Santa Clara has been ravaged by earthquakes over the centuries