Antigua, Guatemala
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clock-o5 hours (Approx.)
TransportHotel pickup offered
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commentOffered in: English and 1 more

Overview

Experience the Spanish-colonial charm of Antigua, a UNESCO World Heritage site, during this 5-hour morning tour from Guatemala City. This atmospheric city was the country’s capital for more than 200 years, creating a wealth of historic architecture and gorgeous scenery for you to discover during your walking tour. Tread on Antigua’s cobblestone streets as you explore sites like the Cathedral of Santiago, Central Park and Palace of the Captain Generals. Your Antigua visit also includes a guide and round-trip hotel transport.
  • Explore Antigua during a morning walking tour leaving from Guatemala City
  • Learn about the history of this centuries-old UNESCO World Heritage site and one-time capital of Guatemala
  • Traverse the city's cobblestone streets to visit its wealth of historic churches, squares and government buildings
  • Travel by foot, offering an intimate chance to explore the sights and sounds of this sensory-rich city
  • Great excursion for history and architecture lovers

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M
, Apr 2018

Great walking tour and I got a chance to have a beer with and talk to an American expatriate... maybe a retirement possibility in Antigua!

K
, Apr 2018

I loved this tour! Got my first Jade and had an amazing time with the Tour guide.

L
, Jan 2018

The guide, Juan Pablo, had been my guide for a Guatemala City tour. His English is excellent, he speaks quickly and he volunteers tons of information. Some guides volunteer less and wait for you to ask questions.

I did a 2nd tour to Antigua 2 days later with a different tour company arranged through our hotel and took my husband. That tour took us to a different Jade Museumthere's more than onejust FYI. The handicraft market is indoors. Some vendors speak English quite well. They may not negotiate down as much as at other markets i.e. Guate or Chichicastenango but the experience was pleasant. On Sunday there were more vendors at the market with their wares on blankets outside.

J
, Jan 2017

Very disorganized, when the bus arrived to my hotel the tour guide has a different name on the ticket so I was at the lobby waiting to be picked up but they were asking for a different person. Thanks God I had all the information handy so we could check and surprise they were looking a different customer but it was me and my family.
During the tour the guide left us at the jade market alone so at the end nobody in the group knew what to do
It was good but not great


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