A visit to the former capital of the country.
This tour is for people staying in Guatemala city, willing to do a day tour of Antigua and then returning back to Guatemala city.
Antigua Guatemala is one of the three UNESCO World Heritage Sites recognized in the country. This town has preserved colonial architectural traits and many interesting ruins of buildings that served different purposes between the 16th and 18th centuries.
The city was the Capital of the General Captaincy of Guatemala during 234 years. Nowadays is one of the most developed tourism destinations in the country. Discover it!
I'll meet you at your location in Guatemala city.
From there it takes 1 hour to drive to Antigua.
On arrival we start the tour around the historical center of the town, and visit interesting landmarks that include:
- Central Park and surrounding buildings.
- Cerro de la Cruz (a panoramic view of the town from a hill).
- Church temples and ruins of iconic cloisters and monasteries in the town.
- We eat lunch at a local restaurant with specialties on Guatemalan cuisine.
- Visit to the colorful market in the town.
- Any optional additional activities you can request (zip lining, chocolate tour, pub crawls, foodie experience).
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will meet you at your location, please state it clearly in your message or in the proper section for required info during your booking.
End location: I will take you back to the location where we started the tour, if you wish to be taken to another location please state it during the booking process.
Duration: 7 hours
Traffic, weather, traveling seasons and festivities (Easter).
Comfortable late model vehicle with A/C, sedan with capacity for 3 passengers + luggage.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
250 Quetzales - per person. To cover food, admission tickets, etc.
$.1 USD = 7.3 Quetzales
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Nestor is a fantastic tour guide. Knowledgeable, enthusiastic, personable and with non-stop energy. Nestor had in depth answers on everything that came up including contemporary politics, socio-economics, and culture. We had a great time and would absolutely recommend Nestor for anyone visiting Guatemala. He was equally able to connect to adults and teens-- great in every way.