Depart towards Antigua, which is the focus of your Colonial Antigua tour. Antigua's official name is 'The Noble and Loyal City of Santiago de los Caballeros', and was founded by the Spanish conquistadors as the capital of the Spanish Kingdom, which extended from the Yucatan Peninsula to what is now Costa Rica. Experience the splendors of ancient time by strolling along charming cobblestone city streets to visit the Central Plaza, the cathedral, La Merced Church, and the Jades Museum. Lunch is included at a typical Guatemalan restaurant. This tour provides ample time for you to take pictures or video. On the return to your ship, enjoy the scenery, including great views of the Agua and Fuego (Water and Fire) Volcanoes.
Note: Antigua city is 5000 feet above seq level, we recommend participants be in good health. Guests must be able to leave the wheelchair upon boarding the bus. There is a moderate amount of walking, some level and cobblestone streets in Antigua. Wear comfortable shoes, bring sunscreen, sunglasses, a hat and cash for shopping.
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