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Airports in Newark
Newark is served by Newark Liberty International Airport. Located in the
city of Newark, New Jersey, U.S.A., it is the primary airport serving the
U.S. State of New Jersey. The airport provides passenger & cargo
services to domestic as well as international destinations including
Dublin, Beijing, Calgary, Montreal, Delhi, London, Vienna, Amsterdam,
Paris, Orlando, Atlanta, Chicago, Los Angeles, and more. Passengers can
smoothly commute to and from the airport using monorail, buses, car hires,
private limousine, and taxi services.
Explore Guatemala City
Guatemala City is the capital & the largest city of the Republic of
Guatemala or Guatemala. It is also the most populated city within Central
America. Guatemala City is also known as Guatemala or Guate. It depicts the
mesmerising blend of the old & the new showcasing the Latin charm.
Active cultural life can be witnessed throughout the year. Most of the
country's museums are situated in the city including Museo Miraflores,
Museo Ixchel, Museo Nacional de Arqueologia y Etnologia, Museo Popol Vuh,
and more. It is home to several theatres and over 30 galleries. Thus,
providing lot of options for any art & cultural buff. To witness and
appreciate the unique handicraft of the region one should head to the
Central Market of Guatemala City.
Things to Do in Guatemala City
Teatro Nacional (National Theatre of Guatemala)
The National Theatre of Guatemala is situated in the Guatemala City. It was
a military fortress which was later turned into a cultural wonderland in
the year 1987. Lying in the heart of the city, the theatre has 5 complexes.
Here one can do all - capturing an amazing view of the
city and Civic Center, excellent acoustic, plays, ballets, concerts, and
more. The National School of Art and The National Cultural Radio also
operate from the confines of this complex.
Iglesia La Merced (Church)
Iglesia La Merced, a lime-based yellow painted church and convent
constructed in 1918 in neoclassical style, contains gold-plated Baroque
altars from the original church in Antigua, Guatemala. La Merced also
features San Judsas Tadeo’s altarpiece with beautifully embossed
silver. When Justo Rufino Barrios nationalized this church, it was
transformed into the headquarters of the National Police. However, after
its renovation in the year 1999, the church has been transformed into the
museum with elaborate paintings, religious statues, sculptures, and more.
All these date from the 17th & 19th century.
Also known as the Cathedral of Guatemala City and a landmark of Guatemalan
religiosity, The Metropolitan Cathedral lies in the heart of the city. The
interior design majorly depicts colonial art from the ancient capital of
Santiago de los Caballeros (Antigua). There are 14 paintings along the
central nave from 17th century by Mexican artist, Pedro Ramirez. It also
has statues of saints including Saint Fernando King of Spain and San Louis
King of France which were preserved from the church in Antigua.
Best Time to Fly to Guatemala City
Any season is great to visit the Guatemala City, Guatemala. However, one
should plan a trip during the months of November-April (Dry Season).