What To Expect
You will be met at the cruise pier where you will be picked up and transferred to Antigua Guatemala. Here, you will meet your guide.
Antigua Guatemala is the most outstanding and best-preserved colonial city in Latin America. Tourists visit Antigua Guatemala every year from around the world to enjoy its natural beauty and historic monuments. The Spanish Colonial style permeates every part of the town: its houses, churches, squares, parks, and ruins, as well as its traditions and folklore. Antigua is a city of charm and color where you can see and buy an overwhelming variety of attractive, handmade products that honor the traditions of generations of artisans.
We start with a walking tour of 3 hours with the visit in La Merced Church, which is one of the most important churches in Antigua. Santa Catalina Arch is one of the distinguishable landmarks in Antigua Guatemala. Originally, the church was connected to the convent of Santa Catalina, allowing the cloistered nuns to pass from one building to the other without going out on the street.
The Cathedral of San Jose is a Roman Catholic church in Antigua Guatemala. The original church was built around 1541, but suffered several earthquakes throughout its history. The first church building was demolished in 1669. The cathedral was rebuilt and consecrated in 1680. By 1743, the cathedral was one of the largest in Central America. You will continue to a Jade Factory where you will appreciate the sacred stone from the Mayan civilization.
After a short walk, you will be given time to take your lunch (included).
After lunch and some free time to take pictures, you will return to Puerto Quetzal to aboard your cruise.
Return transportation from Puerto Quetzal to Antigua
Meals and drinks unless specified
Tips and gratuities
The following information (per participant) will be required upon booking:
Full Name as Indicated on Passport
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