City Walking Tour – Capilla San Ignacio – Monasterio De Santa Catalina

///City Walking Tour – Capilla San Ignacio – Monasterio De Santa Catalina

DURATION: 3.30 HOURS.

ITINERARY

09:00 am – We pick you up from your respective hotel to start our pedestrian tour.

We will start the City Tour from the Plaza de Armas de Arequipa where a detailed explanation of the history of the Cathedral of Arequipa and the portals surrounding the Plaza de Armas will be given.

Later we will go to the Church of the Society of Jesus where we will give a brief explanation about the history of the church and its construction.

Cloisters of the Society of Jesus, Located in the historic center, on the left side of the Church of the Company, with sculpted ashlar arches, beautiful corridors.

The San Ignacio Chapel Dome Museum in Arequipa, The San Ignacio Chapel, is a beautiful example of Arequipa’s decorative art, where the colorful walls and dome stand out, whose liveliness and intensity are manifested through the centuries.

Casa Tristán del Pozo, is a building that for many students of architecture, the pediment of the facade of this house is the best example of the typical ornamentation of Arequipa, in Peru.

Plaza and Church of San Francisco, make up one of the most beautiful buildings in the city, being the fourth temple and the third house of religious.

We will visit the Monastery of Santa Catalina considered a colonial citadel within another city; there you can see enclosures that were built according to their religious needs; It has streets and avenues, also has its own cemetery.

12:30 pm – We will finish the tour and take you back to your hotel.

IT INCLUDES:

  • Professional Guide
  • Income to places to visit

NOT INCLUDED:

  • Food
  • Extra expenses
  • Tips (optional)
DEPARTURES: Daily

PRICE: 40 DOLLARS PER PERSON

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City Walking Tour – Capilla San Ignacio – Monasterio De Santa Catalina
2019-07-28T01:29:59+02:00 Arequipa, Destinations|

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