Nearshore Americas

Best Coffee in Antigua

Anyone who visits Guatemala for business travel should find time to head to Antigua. Just 90 minutes from the capital, this UNESCO World Heritage site is a well-preserved colonial city full of colorful churches, earthquake-ravaged ruins, and stone roads that regularly features on lists of the world’s most beautiful cities. Another asset: great coffee. Guatemalan beans aren’t as well known as Costa Rican or Colombian varieties, but the nation’s best are every bit as good. There are many cafes in town worth a trip, but Fernando’s Kaffee is the best. The cozy location of course offers top-notch espressos, lattes, and Americanos brewed with care, but it also has delicious typical breakfast options and fresh-made desserts. Fernando’s is a Central American gem and great start to any day.

Jared Wade

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