There is a lot of history around Plaza de Armas. Find out where Havana was founded, and explore what happened up until now at the Museo de la Ciudad.
Plaza de San Francisco de Asis is a very inviting plaza, and has a wide range of attractions nearby. Let’s explore the plaza together!
The Mitla Archaeological Site is worth exploring even if you have visited dozens of other Mesoamerican ruins in Mexico. Find out why the intricate stone pattern makes Mitla one of the best day trips from Oaxaca City.
If you aren’t exhausted after tackling Old Havana’s five plazas, then there are still a few more attractions to visit. Let’s see if any can keep you going!
The beautiful natural pools of central Guatemala are fast becoming the must-see hotspot in Guatemala – find out how to visit Semuc Champey without a tour & why it’s definitely worth the trip!
The road from Lanquin to Semuc Champey is not for the faint-hearted… see how sometimes the journey is as big an adventure as the destination itself!
Plaza Vieja is the one plaza you must visit in Old Havana. Find out what makes Plaza Vieja feel so alive.
Plaza del Cristo is often overshadowed by Old Havana’s four larger plazas, but it deserves your love too! See it before it transforms into another hotspot.
Coban offers connections to many places in Guatemala but if you find yourself here, our Coban Travel Guide will tell you where to stay and the things to see & do.
If you love Havana, you’ll adore the equally dilapidated streets of Camaguey and its many plazas, churches, sculptures & tombs – check out our Camaguey Travel Guide for a tour of Cuba’s 3rd largest city!