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Iglesia de Santo Domingo

Iglesia de Santo Domingo Tours and Activities

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This 18-century neoclassical church in Guatemala City’s historic center rose to fame after the Virgen del Rosario was dedicated here in 1933. Join the pilgrims who come to visit the venerated image along with celebrated sculptures such as El Senor Sepultado and Jesus de la Buena Muerte. The splendid gold stuccoed altar is one of the best preserved in the country.

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12 Avenida 10-09, Zone 1
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Guatemala City Afternoon Sightseeing Tour

Guatemala City Afternoon Sightseeing Tour

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Experience the buzzing capital of Guatemala on this 3-hour afternoon sightseeing tour of Guatemala City, including hotel pick-up. Get your bearings in Central America’s biggest city, as you follow your guide around landmarks like the Avenue of the Americas, Constitution Plaza and the Metropolitan Cathedral. Learn more about the city’s rich history and heritage as you admire the murals and mosaics of the Bank of Guatemala, browse for handicrafts at the bustling Central Market.
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  • 3 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Antigua Guatemala & Guatemala City Tour

Antigua Guatemala & Guatemala City Tour

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Explore the old and new capitals of Guatemala on this full-day sightseeing adventure that combines both vehicle and walking tours of Guatemala City and Antigua. You’ll see major highlights like the Civic Center, Metropolitan Cathedral and the Central Market in Guatemala City, before heading to the World-Heritage listed city of Antigua. Wander the historic streets of this picturesque colonial town and stop at La Merced Church, Central Park and other highlights before enjoying a traditional lunch.
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  • 10 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Holy Week Full-Day Tour in Guatemala City

Holy Week Full-Day Tour in Guatemala City

Although Semana Santa is when most visitors travel to Antigua, it’s not the only place to experience the Easter celebrations in Guatemala. The Holy Week is the commemoration of the passion (last days) and death of Jesus Christ through processions. Holy Week can be a good time to visit Guatemala City. The historical center will be filled with beautiful and solemn religious processions and colorful sawdust carpets as well. Grab your camera and capture the meaningful moments that you´ll see in this heartwarming tour. You can start taking this tour during The Easter season—known as Lent—which begins on Ash Wednesday (March 2nd, 2022) with Decorated churches and special vigils, or explore the City’s Holy Week starting April 10th. All the religious floats during the holy week are a "not to miss" when you visit Guatemala. But there are 4 special processions you should keep in mind when booking your tour: - Palm Sunday - Good Friday - Holy Saturday - Easter Sunday
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  • 7 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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Should I book Iglesia de Santo Domingo tickets in advance?
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We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Iglesia de Santo Domingo can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.
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How much does it cost to visit Iglesia de Santo Domingo 2021?
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Currently, an entrance ticket to Iglesia de Santo Domingo costs USD 34.00. Guided Iglesia de Santo Domingo tours start around USD 34.00 per person.
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