Colonial La Antigua City Tour

The Colonial town of Antigua Guatemala lies at the base of three majestic volcanoes, which overlook quiet, cobblestone streets and the picturesque ruins of monasteries and churches destroyed by earthquakes.  Antigua has been named World Cultural Patrimony by UNESCO and is one of the country's most popular tourist destinations.
Founded in 1543, Antigua was originally known as the Very Noble and Loyal City of Saint James of the Knights of Guatemala, and was the third capital founded by the Spaniards in Guatemala.....
This tour includes a visit to a coffee plantation, a delicious Guatemalan lunch at one of the most authentic restaurants in Antigua, a visit to the Jade Factory and Museum, the Souvenir Market and a walking tour through the city's cobblestone streets, Central Park, and various church ruins.
Tour leaves pier terminal at 9:30AM and returns at 4:30 PM. 
(We accomodate our itinerary to the ships arrival and departure times).
AMAZING FACTS
just over 200 years ago, antigua was known Santiago
de los Caballeros de Guatemala, and along with Mexico city
and Lima was one of the major centers of spanish power in
the Americas.