Visit one of Central America's most modern cities and take an insightful half-day tour of its most important sights, including the National Palace, City Hall, Plaza of the Constitution, National Library, Metropolitan Cathedral, and the Central Market.
What to Expect
Explore the sights of one of Central America's most modern cities, with an insightful tour of Guatemala City's iconic highlights.
Start at Las Americas Avenue, named for the reform that led to the formation of the Organization of American States in 1948. Continue onwards to the city's civic center, a mishmash of state buildings constructed in the middle of the 20th century, including the Supreme Court, City Hall, and the Bank of Guatemala; decorated with impressive high relief murals by Dagoberto Vasquez which detail's the country's history.
The tour ventures to the heart of the city's historic center, the Plaza of the Constitution, surrounded by important monuments such as the beautiful National Palace, the Metropolitan Cathedral, and Centenarian Park. Nearby is the abstractly adorned National Library and the General Archive of Central America. Then visit the Central Market beneath the Tabernacle Plaza, and conclude the tour by shopping for local art and handicrafts.
- Round-trip hotel transfers from most Guatamala City hotels
What's Not Included
- Food and beverages
- Optional gratuities and personal expenses