Puerto Quetzal: Wheelchair Accessible Tour to Antigua
- Private group
- Duration: 7 hours
Experience the most rewarding adventure with your family on an exclusive family walking tour. Your family-friendly local professional guide will make sure the kids have just as much fun sightseeing as adults. Enjoy an easy pace and a stroll around the city center, highlighting the famous cultural and architectural sites. The whole family will have fun learning about Antigua’s fascinating and interesting sites. Hear stories from the guide, which are guaranteed to provide you with a few giggles, as you wind down the off beaten paths of the city. Discover the legend hidden in The Arch of Santa Catalina of Antigua, and learn what Antigua means and how to pronounce it. The whole family will have fun learning about Antigua’s fascinating and interesting sites.
Your guide will meet you in Port Puerto Quetzal, from where you will be taken on a 2-hour transfer to Antigua. Whilst on the road you will pass by small villages and sugar cane plantations, and will also learn a bit more about Guatemala. Once in Antigua you'll visit the Central Plaza where you'll discover locals living their daily lives and selling hand-made products. There you can learn about the 4 ruling powers of Antigua, as well as its history as the capital of Central America. Later, visit the cathedral, which was destroyed several times due to earthquakes. After learning a bit about local religion you will visit an original jade factory and store to learn about this sacred Mayan stone. You'll also be able to purchase jade accessories at local prices. The tour later continues to a convent where nuns lived for approximately 20 years. There you will be impressed by the beauty of the...
Enjoy a private and flexible tour based on your group's interests and availability. Meet your guide at the lobby of your hotel in Guatemala City and begin the 2-hour transfer to Antigua. On the road, learn about Guatemala from your expert guide. Upon arrival, visit the Central Plaza where you’ll find locals going about their daily lives selling handmade products and gastronomy. Learn about the four ruling powers of Antigua and its history as the capital of Central America. Later, visit a cathedral that has been destroyed several times due to earthquakes where today Catholic masses take place in one aisle, and Mayan ceremonies take place the other. Next, visit the original Jade Factory and Museum where you can learn about the Mayan sacred stone and find jade accessories at local prices. The tour continues as you see a convent where nuns lived for approximately 20 years where you’ll ...
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