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AUTHENTIC Guatemalan STREET FOOD Attractions | Guatemala City, Guatemala

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AUTHENTIC Guatemalan STREET FOOD + Attractions | Guatemala City, Guatemala

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On my fifth day in Guatemala in partnership with the Real Intercontinental Guatemala we explored Guatemala City and tried some of the most authentic Guatemalan street food!

Today we head out on a Guatemala City tour where we visit all the top attractions and we eat really authentic Guatemalan street food that you can only dream of.

Our first stop is the Guatemalan Typography Map where you can see what the country looks like with mountains, volcanoes and low lands. Next we head to Zone 1 (the historical center) and visit the central park. There we tried some fresh goat milk, saw the national palace, metropolitan cathedral and then head over the central market.

The central market is the biggest artisan market in Guatemala. We did a little shopping and then went to the lower level and ate some authentic Guatemalan street food. Here is a list of everything I tried:
-Pork Rind Taco
-Blood Sausage Taco
-Alot de Etole
-Tosta de Tomate
-Carrot Juice
-Chille Relleno Taco

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Traditional and Gourmet MAYA GUATEMALAN FOOD at Real Intercontinental | Guatemala City, Guatemala

It's been 6 years since I last visited Guatemala and this time I have partnered up with the Real Intercontinental Guatemala to show you some of the must visit spots in Guatemala!

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On the first day in Guatemala we stayed the entire day at the hotel and ate traditional and gourmet maya Guatemalan food! To start we visited the Market restaurant there we tried Kak Ik soup and we also tried a flank steak with white cheese and black bean mash.

I hit up the spa for an amazing Cacao massage which was amazing! It felt like I was being covered with Nutella and then cooked! Such a great experience which I highly recommend!

For dinner we visited their Picasso restaurant and the chef prepared for us a food and drink pairing. These dishes were more gourmet maya Guatemalan food. My favorite was the tuna with avocado with smoke! It was unreal!

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Mayan STREET FOOD & Artisanal Guatemalan MARKET | Chichicastenango, Guatemala

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On my fourth day in Guatemala in partnership with the Real Intercontinental Guatemala we explored Chichicastenango the most famous Maya market town in the country!

We started the day at 5:30am and drove three hours west to Chichicastenango. Are first stop in Chichicastenango was the arch of Gucumatz. This is the entrance to the city and also in the Maya religion to the under world!

We then walk through the whole city and I tried fresh orange juice, pupusas and home made ice cream. Everything was so good! From their we made are way to the Maya cemetery via the poultry market.

After exploring the maya cemetery we went all out shopping. I bought a ton of wood carved mask, Mariel bought some clothing and I bought a table runner for my wife.

We then visited Santo Tomas Church which is the most iconic spot in the city. It's famous because this church is a unified church between Catholicism and the Maya religion.

Next up we went to lunch at the Maya Inn hotel. He we tried some Culche and some Pepian de Pollo which is a traditional dish in Chichicastenango.

After exploring the whole town we drove back to Guatemala city and on the way we stopped at Iximche. This Maya archeological site is one of the most important because this is where the Spanish took country of the country.

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Guatemalan STREET FOOD from the GODS in Lake Atitlan | Santiago Atitlan, Guatemala

On my second day in Guatemala in partnership with the Real Intercontinental Guatemala we explored Santiago Atitlan the most important town on Lake Atitlan. Here we tried some of the best street food in Guatemala!

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When we arrived in Santiago Atitlan we headed straight for Maya Patin a local street food on Lake Atitlan which is a small salted fish mixed with tomato paste in a banana leaf. It was salty and spicy, super delicious!

Next we continued up the town and we stop and had a spicy Guatemalan snow cone. It was a little spicy but the lime made it extra delicious!

We then visit Maximon, the Maya god or grandfather of Santiago Atitlan. The maya people of Santiago Atitlan believe that he protects the town. You can see him smoking cigarets and drinking! Pretty amazing experience!

To end our day in Santiago Atitlan we visited a local fish restaurant and ate some Black Bass. I had it with a white wine sauce and I also put some spicy sauce they had which was super spicy. Mariel challenged me and I won!

From there we crossed the lake back to Panajachel and drove 3 hours back to Guatemala City to the Real Intercontinental Guatemala. We had dinner at their Japanese restaurant Tanoshii. We went all out with three rolls of sushi, sashimi and sake!

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My name is David Hoffmann and for the last decade I have been traveling around the world in search of unique culture, food and history! Since starting Davidsbeenhere in 2008, I have traveled to 71 countries and over 1,000 destinations, which I welcome you to check out on my YouTube Channel, blog and social medias.

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Guatemala City Guatemala - Authentic Guatemalan Food

Guatemala City Guatemala - Authentic Guatemalan Food and great Food at La Cocina de La Senora Pu is what we found when we arrived back in Guatemala City.

Guatemala City Guatemala is our first stop in Guatemala - Guatemala City to Antigua Guatemala is our second stop. And then as in this video, we're back in Guatemala City for one night. Senora Pu restaurant was recommended to us by our AirBnB Host. La Cocina de la Senora Pu is known for having some of the best authentic Guatemalan Food. It was definitely the best Guatemalan food I had during our trip to Guatemala. Food in Guatemala was one of our top reasons that we loved our visit. There are restaurants in Guatemala City all over our area. Which was the Sexta area. This restaurant was just one block off of Calle Sexta. Out of every restaurant and meal that we had in Guatemala City and Guatemala in general, this is by far the best meal we had there.

Guatemala is my latest country to visit. This was a birthday celebration trip for my girlfriend. I think I picked a good one. Guatemala City was our first stop and we had an awesome AirBnB. Guatemala 2019 is a date and trip that we will never forget. We absolutely loved this country and its' history. Guatemala City 2019 is a place that we'll always recommend visiting. Visiting Guatemala was an awesome choice for her birthday. We just didn't know how good it would be.Visiting Guatemala City first was a good choice as well. Since we landed here it was a good choice to get a good AirBnB for the week as a base. Guatemala City to Antigua was our ultimate route. And of course we went from there as well to Lake Atitlan and Pacaya volcano as well. Visiting Antigua was good for us especially coming and going to and from Medellin Colombia. Guatemala travel is something we both recommend now.

There are plenty of things to do in Guatemala City. We chose to stay near our airbnb since we were only a block away from Sexta Avenida or should I say Avenida Sexta. Visiting Antigua Guatemala was and is a good second stop. I'd actually recommend first experiencing Guatemala City nightlife before heading to Antigua Guatemala. Travel Guatemala should be on a t-shirt somewhere just like Guat's Up? I actually have that shirt. Guatemala City Travel is our tip recommend travel if you're looking to stay near the US but be outside of the US. Central and South America are great choices. It's the same time zone as well. Travel Guatemala city was my first choice and Honduras was my second. We've even checked out living in Guatemala and joined a Facebook group for expats in Guatemala. Food in Guatemala was awesome. Some not my first choice, but overall, this was our best food trip yet. Guatemalan food is something to check out when possible. And sexta avenida Guatemala is a walking street that you have to check out. There are no cars allowed but does have a free bus that runs periodically. Restaurants in Guatemala City were, again, awesome. We'd definitely tell you to check out La Cocina de la Senora Pu.


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AMAZING Guatemalan STREET FOOD + Antigua Walking Tour | Antigua, Guatemala

On my third day in Guatemala in partnership with the Real Intercontinental Guatemala we explored Antigua's main attractions and we ate some amazing Guatemalan street food!

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We started our exploration of Antigua by walking through the historical center of the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Antigua. We first saw La Carmen Convent ruins, then we went to La Perla to have a quick espresso and then we visited La Merced Church.

From there we made our way across the city and stopped at Santa Catalina Arch which is the icon of Antigua. It's a a 15 century arch built to help the nuns cross from the convent to a school. Next up we saw the Antigua Cathedral ruins. It was destroyed during an earthquake in the year 1773.

We then made a quick stop at La Casa del Ron and tried some amazing Zacapa rums. We tried Zacapa 23, Zacapa Negro and we tried a Colonial rum which is an artisan rum made by the Zacapa brand.

To end the night we headed to the public laundry square and there, there is a lady selling amazing Guatemalan street food. I tried four different things:
-Chuchitos
-Alot del Elote
-Rellenitos de Platano
-Tostada de Ensalada de Pollo

Each thing was amazing and I highly recommend visiting that lady when you head to Antigua. She gets there around 5:30pm.

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Antigua Guatemala 2020 - Guatemalan Food

Antigua Guatemala 2020 - Guatemalan Food

This is our revisit to Antigua Guatemala 2020. And first on the list is typical Guatemalan Food. Authentic Guatemalan Food. We enjoy our meal at La Guevita de los Urquizu. Antigua Guatemala restaurantes are what we're looking to experience. We're starting the year off right in Antigua. We fly into La Aurora international airport in Guatemala City, Guatemala. We then take an Uber from Guatemala to Antigua Guatemala for the first leg of our trip. We then head to Lake Atitlan and Chichicastenango and to the largest mercado in Central America. As well as visiting Lake Atitlan. Guatemala City to Antigua is a good start when first arriving in Guatemala and Guatemala City. We were just in Antigua Guatemala 2019 and loved it so much, we were planning how to get back ever since then.

We highly recommend Guatemala travel of course. And of course we recommend visiting Antigua Guatemala as well. Antigua Guatemala is absolutely beautiful. If you've seen my last videos from Guatemala, you'll know that this our favorite country and city in the world. While we haven't been everywhere, we've been enough places and countries to know. Guatemala 2020 is starting the year off right. And Antigua Guatemala travel is an awesome way to start the year.

This is my Antigua Guatemala travel vlog. I hope you'll enjoy my Antigua Guatemala vlog. We took an Antigua guatemala walking tour as soon as we arrived in Antigua. We visited the Casa del jade antigua guatemala and made a couple of purchases. Our hotel was Casa Encantada Antigua Guatemala. Please see the videos to see how absolutely beautiful it was. It also included breakfast from the terrace. The Antigua Guatemala walking tour was great, which we were allowed to meet the new Vice Mayor and visiting the jade museum. Antigua Guatemala nightlife is excellent; while shutting down early, it's absolutely beautiful. Lot's of bars, restaurants and live entertainment. Again, this is my Guatemala travel vlog; I hope you enjoy, like and subscribe. Remember, travel Guatemala.

GUATEMALAN STREET FOOD! - Flores to Rio Dulce - Guatamala Series | Episode 15

What up Pikeys?! Today we leave Flores and head to the city of Rio Dulce, Guatemala. It's a 5 1/2 shuttle ride total, along with a trek across a tall bridge spanning the Rio Dulce River. I'm on my way to meet up with my new Dutch friends Laura and Maartje, and I'm excited to do some chilling out in my hostel on the river - The Shack. Thanks for watching guys and see you back here for the next one!

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GOURMET FOOD FEAST at the TOP RESTAURANTS in GUATEMALA | Guatemala City, Guatemala

On my fifth night in Guatemala in partnership with the Real Intercontinental Guatemala I take you to the top two restaurants in the country of Guatemala!

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If you thought Guatemala was all Maya Guatemalan street food your wrong! There is a whole gourmet side to it and in this video I take you to two of the best restaurants in the country, Flor de Lis and

Flor de Lis is a restaurant by Chef Diego Telles that focus on food that is inspired by the Mayan bible called The Popol Vuh. Here we tried so many amazing dishes that were extremely earth focused. We tried a tamale that had volcanic ash, a taco that had frog legs and ants and so many more incredible dishes!

Ambia by Chef Sergio Diaz is a Guatemalan Fusion restaurant that has a forest open air theme. Each dish is a twist between Guatemala and neighboring nations and Europe. They also make some killer Maya cocktails that you can only find here! I tried a Peruvian inspired ceviche with two sea bass, each from a different ocean. I also tried a filet mignon with foie gras and so many more delicious dishes!

Next time you find yourself in Guatemala head out to both these insanely delicious restaurants and get blown away!

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My name is David Hoffmann and for the last decade I have been traveling around the world in search of unique culture, food and history! Since starting Davidsbeenhere in 2008, I have traveled to 71 countries and over 1,000 destinations, which I welcome you to check out on my YouTube Channel, blog and social medias.

I focus a great deal on food and historic sites, as you probably have seen! I love to experience the different flavors that each destination has to offer, whether it’s casual Street food or gourmet restaurant dining. I’m also passionate about learning the local history and culture.

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Street Food in Guatemala - Compilation of Antigua Street Foods

Street foods filmed at Parque la Merced in Antigua in Guatemala. A good street food market consists of two things: great street food and friendly people. This guatemaltecan food market has both.
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Guatemalan street food shukos Giant hotdog

Guatemalan street food, shukos

Guatemalan fast food, shuko (hotdog) served with guacamole, longaniza, chorizo, cole slaw, mayonaise and ketchup.

Shukos or shucos, are Guatemalan hot dogs, made in a charcoal grill, is a type of fast and economic food that is made with artisanal bread, toasted on charcoal, served with avocado, sausages, in this case sausage and chorizo, with cabbage , mayonnaise and ketchup sauce.

The word shuco means dirty, for being street food, name that was adopted and generalized to name this type of street hotdog.


Comida callejera de Guatemala, los shukos

Shukos o shucos, son hot dogs Guatemaltecos, hechos en una parrilla de carbon, es un tipo de comida rapida y economica que esta hecho con pan artesanal, tostado al carbon, servido con aguacate, embutidos, en este caso longaniza y chorizo, con repollo, mayonesa y salsa ketchup.

La palabra shuco significa sucio, por ser comida de la calle, nombre que se adopto y se generalizo para nombrar este tipo de hotdog callejero.


Shukos o shucos, sono hot dog guatemaltechi, fatti in una griglia a carbone, è un tipo di cibo veloce ed economico che è fatto con pane artigianale, tostato a carbone, servito con avocado, salsicce, in questo caso salsiccia e chorizo, con cavolo , salsa di maionese e ketchup.

La parola shuco significa sporco, per essere cibo da strada, nome che è stato adottato e generalizzato per chiamare questo tipo di hot dog di strada.

Authentic Guatemalan Food Cooking Class!! // Antigua, Guatemala // Hopscotch the Globe & Vivid Roots

This episode we learn how to cook authentic Guatemalan cuisine in Antigua, Guatemala thanks to Guatemala Food cooking classes. I'm here with Vivid Roots & Hopscotch the globe as part of a volunteer project and to promote sustainable travel. See below for all recipes!
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Guatemala Food Cooking School is an immersive cultural experience for the culinary adventurers out there who are visiting Antigua, Guatemala. I was fortunate enough to be a part of the Guatemala Food Cooking Class as part of my volunteer trip with Vivid Roots & Hopscotch the Globe. While in Antigua, we did a walking tour and learned how to cook authentic Guatemalan Food. Some of the Guatemalan dishes that we prepared and ate were Jocón, Rellenitos, Elote Loco (crazy corn), fresh corn tortillas, traditional Guatemalan tostadas, Guatemalan style rice & more.

This was an amazing experience to have in Guatemala with a wonderful group of people. Not only was it a great bonding time with the group of volunteers, but it was also a great learning environment. After a few drinks and some music, we danced our way through the kitchen and were ready to eat the Guatemalan food we had just prepared ourselves. This was definitely a night to remember.

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Guatemala Street Food

This is traditional Guatemalan street food. So delicious! Near Pana Rock bar, Panajachel, Guatemala. If you visit Lake Atitlan, you must taste this!

No Foreigners Come to this Guatemala City Market!

And they should! Look at all the fresh meat/fish/produce! The stalls are completely safe and the ingredients make a USA markets look like a Monsanto steroid factory. Awesome market! #teamavacado #teampineapple

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Exploring Guatemala City (2019) | Street Food | UK couple Backpacking Central America

In this episode we explore Guatemala City as we continue our adventure backpacking Central America. We visit the area around the Cathedral of Guatemala City.

We explore the Central Market (Mercado Central) , which was wonderful and we try some local street food. Chicken Pepian and Hilachas ( a rich beef stew).

We show you around Hostel Rocia where we were staying and a short walk to the Cathedral.

Guatemala City is very often overlooked by tourists due to it's reputation, however we had a fabulous time there.

Thanks for watching and coming on this adventure with us as we TREAD the Globe.

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In case you don't know us - let us introduce ourselves - we are Chris (48) & Marianne (51). We are a married travel couple. We recently quit our jobs and sold our belongings to travel full time.

After more than 22 years of marriage we are still best friends

The aim is we are going to step foot in every country in the world before we die - or die trying !. We are currently also planning an epic around the world road trip. So stayed tuned for more clips as we TREAD the Globe in either Trudy the TREAD camper van or armed with our backpacks!

We will share with you our adventure and will post regular vlogs and videos of our full time travels showing the best the world has to offer and hopefully inspire you to travel more.

Currently we are backpacking our way around El Salvador and over the coming months will be exploring and sharing the rest of Central America.

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Guatemala City 2020 - Our favorite restaurant & meal in Guatemala City

Guatemala City 2020 - Our favorite restaurant & meal in Guatemala City. This is one restaurant that deserves a video to itself. This was by far our best meal while in Guatemala City. Well, the whole trip to be honest with you. If you're looking for a restaurant in Guatemala City, this is it. The name is Los Canelones.

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Antigua, Guatemala - Day 1 - Best meal in Guatemala!

Antigua, Guatemala. This day we did quite a few things, but the most important one was EATING THE MOST DELICIOUS GUATEMALAN FOOD! We also went to a viewpoint and explored the town of Antigua.

ICE COLD Guatemalan SNOWCONE and FIRE Maya COFFEE on Lake Atitlan | San Juan La Laguna, Guatemala

On my second day in Guatemala in partnership with the Real Intercontinental Guatemala we headed to Lake Atitlan to explore the town of San Juan La Laguna where we tried coffee, guatemalan snowcone and visited a textile factory!

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Today we head to Lake Atitlan one of the most beautiful lakes in the world! It took us 3 hours to drive from Guatemala City to Lake Atitlan. On the way we passed through Solola and hopped on a quick boat ride from Panajachel to San Juan La Laguna.

San Juan La Laguna is famous for its painters, coffee and it's maya textiles. We first stopped at Cafe San Juan to drink a few different coffee roast. Maya coffee in San Juan La Laguna is unreal!

Then we made our way through the town admiring the murals and galleries. We saw a vendor selling some incredible Guatemalan snow cones and I had to try it. They put roasted corn and lime mixed with a few other flavors and its so good!

Lastly we stopped at Casa Flor Ixcaco to see how these Maya women weave these beautiful textiles. From scarfs, to t-shirts to even some incredible baby shoes. A must visit and you have to buy!!


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My name is David Hoffmann and for the last decade I have been traveling around the world in search of unique culture, food and history! Since starting Davidsbeenhere in 2008, I have traveled to 71 countries and over 1,000 destinations, which I welcome you to check out on my YouTube Channel, blog and social medias.

I focus a great deal on food and historic sites, as you probably have seen! I love to experience the different flavors that each destination has to offer, whether it’s casual Street food or gourmet restaurant dining. I’m also passionate about learning the local history and culture.

ICE COLD Guatemalan SNOWCONE and FIRE Maya COFFEE on Lake Atitlan | San Juan La Laguna, Guatemala


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Guatemalan Street Food, Garnachas

Las garnachas en Guatemala son pequeñas tortillas de maiz, fritas en aceite, llevan carne de res y cebolla, se sirven con queso seco, repollo y chiles jalapeños, son el acompañamiento perfecto para bebidas

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