Guatemala city Walking Tour and public bus


  • Unique City Tour, access to places that no other tourist sees
  • Visit a local market, have a coffee with a view of the city, board a bus in Guatemala.


This is the only walking tour on Guatemala City, that shows the real heart of the city.
Walk and goes inside some important houses.

This tour is intended to get to know Guatemala City better, walking, knowing and entering unique places that other people do not see.

  • Day 1 - One Day Tour

    This is a typical itinerary for this product

    Stop At: Estación Centro Cívico, 21 Calle y, 7a Avenida, Cdad. de Guatemala, Guatemala

    Here we will see all the buildings around such as: City Hall, Banco de Guatemala, Banco Credito Hipotecario Nacional, Social Security Offices.

    Duration: 15 minutes

    Pass By: Centro Cultural Miguel Angel Asturias - Teatro Nacional, Calle 3 - 81 24, Guatemala City 01001 Guatemala

    Recinos Engineer was solely responsible for the monitoring, construction and creative development of what we know today as the Guatemalan Cultural Center "Miguel Ángel Asturias"

    Stop At: Dirección General del Diario de Centro América y Tipografía Nacional, JFJP+78C, Guatemala City, Guatemala

    The first National Typography building was located from 1894 to 1918 on the avenue known as Hospital Street, exactly on the 2nd. South Avenue and 10th. Street, but in 1935, the then president Jorge Ubico decided to start a new construction for the operation of the National Typography.

    Duration: 20 minutes

    Stop At: Rectoral parish of Our Lady of Remedies, 6A Avenida A 18-36, Cdad. de Guatemala, Guatemala

    The Church of Our Lady of Remedies or El Calvario is one of the most visited secular Catholic parishes in Guatemala City. Originally it was on the top of "Cerro del Cielito" at the end of the sixth avenue of the Historic Center of Guatemala City. In 1936 it was converted into the National Museum of History and later it was demolished to extend one of the main roads of Guatemala City.

    Duration: 10 minutes

    Stop At: Iglesia San Francisco, 6-34 01001, 13 Calle 1, Ciudad de Guatemala, Guatemala

    The Rectory of San Francisco is part of the territory of the Parish of Our Lady of Remedies of Guatemala City. It is a Catholic temple that belongs to the conventual Franciscan friars and is located in the Historic Center of Guatemala City.

    Duration: 10 minutes

    Stop At: General Directorate of Posts and Telegraphs of Guatemala, 07, Procurador de los Derechos Humanos Anexo II, 12 Calle 11-43, Ciudad de Guatemala 01001, Guatemala

    The Guatemalan Post and Telegraph Building, formerly called Palacio de Comunicaciones, was designed by Rafael Pérez de León and Enrique Riera and was built at the time of Jorge Ubico's government.

    The construction of the building began in 1938 and two years later, as part of the president's birthday celebration, the first phase was inaugurated. Two other subsequent phases were completed in the next five years.

    Duration: 15 minutes

    Stop At: Casa Ibargüen, 7a Avenida 11-66, Cdad. de Guatemala, Guatemala

    The Ibargüen House in zone 1 of the historic center was the old Beltranena palace, built in 1778. It is now the headquarters of the Foundation of the Historic Capital Center.

    Duration: 30 minutes

    Stop At: Plaza de la Constitución, JFRP+PQM, Guatemala City, Guatemala

    The Constitution Plaza, also commonly called Central Park, is the largest square in Guatemala, surrounded to the north by the National Palace, former seat of the Government, to the east by the Metropolitan Cathedral, to the south by the Portal of Commerce, and to the west for the Centennial Park and the National Library of Guatemala. It is located on the Sixth Avenue of Zone 1, in Guatemala City.

    In the Plaza, some of the most important events in the country are held, such as the celebrations and parades of the Independence Day of Guatemala, concerts, speeches, among others. It has also been the scene of the comparsas and strong criticisms of the government of the Huelga de todos los Dolores a parade of the students of the University of San Carlos and of demonstrations and protests against the Guatemalan government.

    The main entrance of the National Palace is kilometer zero of all roads in the Republic of Guatemala.

    Duration: 15 minutes

    Stop At: Cathedral of Guatemala City, 7a Avenida 6-73, Cdad. de Guatemala, Guatemala

    The History of the Metropolitan Cathedral of Guatemala City. The Metropolitan Cathedral has gone through countless events for over 200 years, including two major earthquakes, independence and a revolution. ... On July 23, 1860, the new Carrara marble altar was placed in the Cathedral.

    Duration: 15 minutes

    Stop At: Mercado Central, 8 Calle, Cdad. de Guatemala, Guatemala

    Shortly before the Independence of the Kingdom of Guatemala, there was a fairly large plot to the east of the Cathedral, as an abandoned square - old Plazuela de El Sagrario - and a semi-destroyed temple, which served as a chapel of the Sagrario itself, then in building. There was also a cemetery, closed for excess burials, made since the transfer of the Capital to the La Ermita Valley.

    Dr. Mariano Gálvez conceived the idea of ​​converting that unhygienic square into a market that met public requirements, and for that, as a first providence, he arranged to move the cemetery to the large land called San Juan de Dios. The premature exhumation of newly buried corpses was attributed to the appearance of morbid cholera, so the work had to be paralyzed. In addition, the stubborn opposition of the ecclesiastical authorities had to be overcome, since it was a sacred place and belonged to the Church.

    Duration: 20 minutes

  • Bus ticket, guide and some admissions
  • Meals, tips, drinks.

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