The Colonial Walking Tour and Tour of Pueblos
These are the places we will visit (roughly 3 hours tour)
Palace of the Captain’s General
The Cathedral with its majestic ruins
The Museum of Colonial Art, located in the building that housed the University of San Carlos de Borromeo, it has a broad collection of paintings and sculptures.
Santa Clara Convent, it was the 4th convent in the old capital of Santiago.
San Francisco Church and convent, it’s one of the most frequented sanctuaries by the local population because of the shrine of Peter of Saint Joseph Betancur (Santo Hermano Paseo de los Museos, a cultural route through six museums installed in what was the church and convent of Santo Domingo and the Santo Tomás de Aquino College.
Capuchinas Convent, the last convent of nuns founded in the city. It has a museum with carved colonial religious images and paintings.
La Merced Church and Convent, this site an exquisite baroque style façade that shows and extraordinary stucco finish. Inside the convent you will find one of the largest and most beautiful fountains in the city.
These are the places we will visit (roughly 4 hours tour)
The Cross Hill viewpoint (El Cerro de La Cruz)
Cultural Center “La Azotea”
San Antonio Aguas Calientes, traditional weavers town.
San Miguel Escobar and san Pedro Las Huertas Churches
San Juan del Obispo, Bishop’s museum, guided tour by the sisters, it includes colonial art such as sculpture, paintings and altar pieces.