Cuando el barco atraque en el puerto de Puerto Quetzal, visite Antigua Guatemala, declarada Patrimonio de la Humanidad por la UNESCO. Durante la excursión por la costa, un guía local le conduce en una excursión a pie a la plaza central y le ofrece información detallada sobre monumentos coloniales, como la Iglesia de La Merced y la catedral principal. Podrá pasar por debajo del Arco de Santa Catalina, del siglo XVII, en esta visita turística de día completo, que incluye el almuerzo y transporte de ida y vuelta desde la terminal de cruceros.
Great excursion. We booked this tour before our cruise. Very good value. We enjoyed our guide Juan Pablo. He was knowledgeable and very patient with our group. We had lunch at a very nice restaurant but we were not impressed with the limited menu of two choices for our group. The beet enchiladas were not a big hit. The other choice was much better. I would recommend this tour.
Antigua was A very amazing city but you need a tour guide as it's a1.5 hours from cruise port. Our guide was Willy he did a great job. Explained about the country and showed us a lot of things, Antigua is a very historic city that seems lost in time a lot of things are untouched. There is a lot of poverty here so be prepared to say no thank you as they will not leave you alone. We would use vivator again on a cruise excursion they were great
Awesome tour through the old city, lots of cobblestone streets, a church hundreds of years old, the jade factory was great and of course we bought jewelry, love my jade cross. Our tour guide was very knowledgeable on the places we visited, rich in history.
Our tour guide Jose was waiting on the pier with a sign showing the names of people on the tour very easy to find him. We had a comfortable, informative ride to Antigua, then a nice walking tour with brief stops for photos. On to the spa for an excellent lunch and time in the thermal pools. Overall, great value and interesting guide. I would recommend.