Fun to go day or night The vendors are out but no one is pushy. They taught our girls how to use the items we purchased. Great spot to meet up with everyone.
About The Plaza Central Park
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This place is the center of town surrounded by the main church cathedral and the general captan building , it has in the middle a water fountain and beautiful gardens, also on Sunday you can find some vendors with typical handcrafts beautiful made at reasonable...More
It can be a little hot in Antigua so this Plaza is a cool place to sit and recover. Surrounded by interesting buildings, take your time to slowly walk around
Typical of every Spanish Colonial city in the world there is a central park. Cathedral, Government offices, royal residences and commerce around a public square that was originally a market place. this square has been transformed into one of the most beautiful parks I have...More
So the park is situated in the center of town. Local vendors will sell you everything from bird seed for the pigeons to empanadas for your lunch. Want jewelry? Got it. Instruments? Yup. Or you can hit Wendy’s, coffee shops, ice cream, etc. just visit...More
I love to come to this park and people watch at all times of the day. It is safe and patrolled by the municipal police. There are mayan women and men in traditional clothes selling there wares and many other tourists and locals alike that...More
This seems to be the hub of activity both day and night. During the day there were people sitting around eating and drinking. At night various different groups of people seem to meet here and create a fun atmosphere. You don't need to spend long...More
You will probably stumble across this park when walking around Antigua. Very nice plaza that the locals like to hang out at.
There's nothing to particularly do here and as comes with most central plazas, there are a lot of people hassling you. At night it feels particularly awkward due to lots of homeless people and undesirables milling around so I wouldn't recommend a girl walking through...More