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Make the most of your Guatemala City layover with this quick city tour, specially designed for visitors who have a short amount of time to explore between flights. Private transportation and an efficient itinerary allow you to see Guatemala City's essential sights in just a few hours, like Constitution Plaza, Avenue of the Americas, and the central market.
Get a close look at resident and migratory birds of Guatemala on a half-day bird watching tour from Antigua. Skip uncomfortable and indirect public transit and enjoy courtesy round trip transportation from your hotel to Finca el Pilar. The picturesque bird watching route takes you through lush foliage, coffee plantations, and a cloud forest. Expect to see a variety of different hummingbirds, as well as Pacific parakeets and hooded grosbeak.
See the best of Antigua with this customizable private tour. As you make your way down the charming cobblestone streets, you’ll visit key sites like churches, the Santa Catalina Arch, and the Jade Museum. You can also check out the Central Market to sample local cuisine and coffee. As you walk, your guide will share information about the rich history of this UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Billed as the largest outdoor market in Central America, the Chichicastenango Market is a must for Guatemala visitors with any interest in Guatemalan textiles or Mayan culture. Visiting as part of a guided tour eliminates the multiple bus transfers you’d need to visit on your own while giving you insight into Chichicastenango’s rich Mayan history and attractions.
It would be a crime to visit Guatemala and miss out on its capital city. Discover the metropolis' touristic highlights and vibrant culture in just four hours on a small-group tour. In only half a day, you visit the National Palace, cathedral, and Civic Center Complex, along with residential areas. Comfortable air-conditioned transportation begins and ends at your accommodation, which spares you the stress and expense of taxis and public transit.
As one of the oldest cities in Guatemala, Antigua is brimming with history, legends, and plenty of sightseeing. This guided tour of Antigua gives you a taste of all the city has to offer—wander through the cobbled colonial streets with your guide to get the local perspective on key sights and attractions like La Merced, plus get recommendations on great restaurants and fun activities to check out while you're in town.
Visit Antigua highlights in just a few hours on this half-day tour from Guatemala City. It's the perfect amount of time to hit key sights like La Merced and the San Francisco Convent without spending all day. As you tour, your guide provides plenty of information about the sights, giving you a fuller picture of all that Antigua has to offer.
Visit one of the largest and most important Mayan places in Central America. Your day will start very early; Remember, your flight leaves at 6 in the morning so try to get to the airport an hour and a half before. After an hour of flight you'll arrive at Flores International Airport. Your Tour Guide will be waiting for you at the departure of the flights with a Tikal Go sign. We'll wait for the other people that will go to the tour and at 8 we'll be ready to start our tour to the Tikal National Park.
You'll visit the Colonial City of La Antigua, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, which is surrounded by wonderful landscapes with Spanish colonial enviroment. You will learn about the history of the Former Capital of Spanish Guatemala while enjoying the colonial architecture of La Antigua Guatemala.
Escape the streets of Guatemala City with a visit to Antigua, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Just an hour outside the city, Antigua feels like another world with its tranquil cobblestone streets and colonial architecture. Explore on foot, walking from the central park to sites like cathedral ruins and a local jade factory. After your tour, you’ll have time to lunch and souvenir shop before your return to Guatemala City.
Upon arrival you will meet with your guide who will be waiting for you inmediately when you come off the ship. He will make himself visible with a printed sign with your name. As you ride to Antigua enjoy a narrated presentation of Guatemalas contry side. Once in Antigua start your walking tour from the main plaza and get to know the most important palaces of the colonial times. You will appreciate the city’s history, and architecture. Take a walk inside the City Hall Palace, and from there enjoy panoramic views of the Palace of the Captain’s General, and full visit of Cathedral with its majestic ruins and crypts, get to known Antigua’s unique cultural daily life events from the main square. Live the fervor of Catholicism through visiting the remaining’s of the only Saint of Guatemala known as Brother Peter at San Francisco Church. End your tour at Santo Domingo Cultural Center and hotel which is around the corner .
The Guatemala City Tour by a native travel guide is the safest way to know the city. Our travel guide drive you around all the highlights and historical points of the city, with a nice and comfortable vehicle. Your safety is our greatest concern. Immerse in the mystical Mayan civilization with a visit to The Archeological Museum with a unique explanation of all the magical pieces that conforms the History of Guatemala. Then we drive around the city most famous streets and zones only to stop in the Historical Center of Guatemala City, for a three-hour visit to the Market, Main Cathedral, The National Palace, Plaza la Constitution, the 6th avenue and more.
Brand New Tour! New AproachDates, names and History are important but let me answer you:Why you see so many churches in this city?Why so many convents?Who ruled and how was the social culture during Colonial times?Muy Noble y muy Leal Ciudad de Santiago de los Caballeros de Guatemala = Antigua?All proffesional (not mandatory in Guatemala) guidetours will tell you basically the same thing. I did my research (NYU UnderGrad) and these are my findings
This tour aims to preserve the art of weaving in Guatemala, the highest expression of the Mayan worldview. The tour starts in Guatemala City or from La Antigua Guatemala. After pick up time you will transfer to the community of Santo Domingo Xenacoj, located 37km from Guatemala City. Upon arrival in the community we will meet with an Association of weavers of Santo Domingo Xenacoj and start our weaving workshop (duration 3 hours). During the weaving workshop we will share local stories, the meaning of textiles and the importance to transmit to new generations the weaving techniques and art. After our workshop we will continue for a traditional Guatemalan lunch prepared by a member of the community. Before heading back to Guatemala City we will do a walking tour around the community of Santo Domingo Xenacoj.
This is a circuit where you can experience the best of Guatemala in four days. The beauty of its main attractions such as Antigua, the Pacaya volcano and the beautiful Lake Atitlan which owes its greatness to its enormous size and spectacular volcanic environment.
Surrounded by three volcanoes, Antigua Guatemala was once the capital of the Kingdom of Guatemala until the Santa Marta earthquakes destroyed the city in the late 1700s. Left in ruins for many years, it wasn’t until the late 20th century that the city became the tourism hub of the country. Today, the city is filled with coffee shops and international restaurants, and is always buzzing with live music and salsa classes. Walk around Antigua Guatemala learning about its history, visiting some important landmarks. modern spots to visit while sampling local delicacies, a cup of coffee or hot chocolate.
Guatemala's vibrant and colorful market days have been celebrated for more than 4,000 years. Markets are the best opportunities to experience Guatemala's rich traditional Mayan culture in one location, each hosting splendid examples of traditional textiles, handicrafts, and an assortment of unique food. However, each market area hosts its own unique specialty. Chichicastenango, is one of the biggest markets in Guatemala with its endless tables of produce and special made masks made for The Dance of the Conquest. Visit Guatemala's must-see markets on an exclusive private tour with a passionate and professional guide devoted to giving you an experience-of-a-lifetime!
This tour is the best place to learn about Maya culture and ancient history. Popol Vuh is focus on Maya archaeology and Colonial art. Ixchel museums has one of the finest collection of Maya Textiles in Guatemala.
We want to begin our Crawl by going to the south of Antigua to visit a traditional coffee farm with breathtaking views of the volcanoes. At the farm we want to be recived by an expert in coffee planting and process. Here we want to learn the journey that takes coffee from plant to cup. As we finish our walk through the farm we will drive back to Antigua, where we will visit two coffee shops to take two workshops where we will play with your senses and teach you all about coffee from our coffee experts, all this while learning the best-kept secrets of the streets of Antigua. Finally, we will go to a craft brewery, to enjoy a refreshing beer with notes of coffee and learn about the use of coffee beans in other products. By the end of the Coffee Crawl, not only will you meet new people and take your knowledge of coffee to the next level, but we will have lots of fun!