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.