Segafredo Zanetti is the best place to watch sports in Antigua Guatemala

Rudy Giron: AntiguaDailyPhoto.com &emdash; Segafredo in Antigua Guatemala

Forget Monoloco, forget whatever, those places only have tiny screens. Yes, even the places with 96″ flat screens pale in comparison with Segafredo Zanetti in Antigua Guatemala, which has the former La Sinventura movie theater screen. I don’t like watching sport matches, but I know that if I ever find myself with friends who want to watch a World Cup game, I know where to them.

The good thing is that Segafredo Zanetti also shows movies twice a day, at least that’s what I was told. They also have tables next to the balcony on the second floor where you can see whatever is happening on 5a avenida sur, only half a block south from Parque Central. I haven’t tried the food yet, but as soon as I get a chance I will you know. Stay tuned!

AntiguaDailyPhoto on the news aside: It’s an honour for me to share with you that AntiguaDailyPhoto has been selected to among the top 10 websites in Guatemala by Prensa Libre’s Revista D; that’s the Sunday Magazine of Guatemala’s most popular newspaper.

Revista D de Prensa Libre ha incluído mi sitio web www.AntiguaDailyPhoto.com entre los 10 mejores de Guatemala.

Antigua Daily Photo
Rudy Girón publica a diario fotografías y reseñas de restaurantes, ofertas culinarias, puntos de interés, noticias, festivales, arte y cultura en Antigua Guatemala. Lo publica en inglés desde hace [más de] siete años [y medio].

From this link link you can read the entire article.

AntiguaDailyPhoto entre los 10 mejores de Guatemala según Revista D de Prensa Libre

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  • Darrin

    Congrats Rudy on the top 10 award!!!

    • Thanks Darrin, I really appreciate your support.

  • El Canche

    So pleased you got deserved recognition; well done Rudy! I doubt there were even five better sites; not only in Guatemala but in the region as a whole….but your loyal readers are perhaps a bit biased. In the case of Guate’s top websites, I doubt any contribute to the good of the country as well as ADP.