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Airports in San Francisco
San Francisco International Airport is an international airport serving the
city of San Francisco, California. It is a public airport situated
approximately 21 kilometers away from the city's center. The airport is
owned by City and County of San Francisco and managed by San Francisco
Airport Commission. It serves as a hub for United Airlines and Virgin
America. The airport offers both passenger & cargo services to numerous
domestic as well as international destinations. Some of these include Los
Angeles, Chicago, Las Vegas, Portland, London, Seoul, Taipei, and more.
Passengers can easily commute to and from here using various modes of
transportations available here such as app-based ride services, charter
operators, limousines, taxis, public transit, and more.
Explore Guatemala City
Guatemala City is the capital and the largest city of Guatemala in Central
America. Popularly known as Guate by its residents, the city is quite
vibrant. Here one can see an interesting blend of old and new. Despite
being a fast-paced city, a distinct Latin charm is pretty visible. Most of
the museums of the country are situated here. The city is home to over 30
art galleries. There are several theaters here which present wide range of
plays, especially those of national playwrights. Head to its Central Market
for exploring handicrafts of the region.
Things to Do in Guatemala City
Best Time to Fly to Guatemala City
Guatemala has a pleasant climate that lends itself to year-round visits.
The dry season runs from November to April, but even in the wet season the
rainfall is generally only for a couple of hours a day in the main visitor
regions. The highlands are known for having beautiful warm days but cool
nights, while the lowlands around Tikal are usually hot all year round,
with humidity increasing from May onwards. We only advise against travel in
September and October if you are combining your visit with some beach time
in Belize, as the rain will be more disruptive here.