This is a very special tour at Antigua. You will explore the most interesting places of the Colonial City and enjoy with the most authentic dance of our culture.
- 5 hrs
- Available Days:
- Every day
- 3:00 PM
- Hotel Transport Included
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English, Spanish
Antigua is a true colonial gem, and this afternoon you will visit the principal sights on foot with a local historian. This will include centuries old churches, convents and plazas. Many buildings have been beautifully restored; others remain as they were after the devastating earthquakes of 1773 and 1976.
After walking the most interesting places you finish with a typical dinner in Restaurant Los Moros where Brilliant color and lively entertainment are yours to enjoy in this section of the restaurant, which pairs live Marimba music in the evening with the thrilling spectacle of talented dancers performing the Baile de los Moros, a Guatemalan folk dance, every night at 8pm.
What to Bring
Comfortable shoes, hiking shoes, water, sweater or jacket, on rainy season an umbrella or raincoat, a camera and money for personal expenses.
Transportation, English and Spanish profesional guide, Typical food and entertainment music and folklore
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