Free Arequipa Walking Tour

Arequipa free walking tour
Arequipa free walking tour
Arequipa free walking tour
Arequipa free walking tour
Arequipa free walking tour
Arequipa free walking tour
Arequipa free walking tour
Arequipa free walking tour
Arequipa free walking tour
Arequipa free walking tour

Free Arequipa Walking Tour

  • Visit some of Arequipa's iconic buildings

  • Customers are offered discounts on an array of different restaurants and hostels

  • Two different tour times offered to accommodate as many travelers as possible

These tours are run by official tour guides who will show you the best way to get to know the history and culture of Arequipa

AVAILABILITY

All year round

DURATION

2 Hours 30 Minutes

START LOCATION

Picanteria Victoria, Calle San Francisco 277

END LOCATION

Near the Main Square

OPERATOR NAME

AREQUIPA FREE TOUR

Start time

09:30 or 14:00

ONLINE BOOKING NOT AVAILABLE

DETAILED DESCRIPTION

MEETING POINT: Picanteria Victoria, Calle San Francisco 277

Meeting time in the morning: 9:30 am
- Main Square and Cathedral, the entrance is free.
- Jesuit complex (church and cloisters).
- San Camilo local market, here we sample some fruits
- Andean Sanctuary Museum, you will see an exhibition about the volcanoes.
- Bolognesi bridge, the oldest in the city.
- Tambo Matadero, old place for travelers to rest in the colonial time.
- Barrio del Solar, one of the oldest areas in the city.
- Finally we have a tasting of Pisco Sour in a restaurant near the Main Square.

Morning tour ends near the Main Square.

Meeting time in the afternoon: 2 pm
- Main Square and Cathedral.
- Jesuit complex (church and cloisters).
- Casona Tristan del Pozo, colonial house in which we will talk briefly about the architecture.
- We will have samples of organic chocolate, potatoes with a traditional sauce and pisco sour; this may vary from day to day.
- San Lázaro, the oldest neighborhood in the city.
- Grau bridge.
- Yanahuara, viewpoint and traditional neighbourhood.

Afternoon tour ends out of downtown, just 10 minutes by foot from the Main Square.

The name of our guides are Beatriz and Clara and they wear an orange vest to make it easier to identify themselves.

Note:All the walking tours are slightly different every day and this itinerary is subject to change without prior notice.

*** There is no need to book in advance! It's a Free Tour, just show up! ***

TOUR TICKETS (MAY VARY BY DATE)
Ticket Price(USD)
TOUR PRICE (All ages) 0.00 (USD)
TOUR ITINERARY

09:30 / 14.00

Meeting point "La Casona Santa Catalina"


09:45 / 14:15

Main Square and Cathedral, the entrance is free.


10:00 / 15:00

Jesuit complex (church and cloisters).


10:15 / 15:15

San Camilo local market, here there is a tasting of fruits (only in the morning)


10:45 / 15:45

Andean Sanctuary Museum, you will see a free room about the volcanoes (only in the morning)


11:00 / 16:00

Bolognesi bridge, the oldest in the city or Grau bridge (Depends of the time)


11:15 / 16:15

Tambo Matadero, old place for resting for travelers in the colonial time (only in the morning)


11.45 / 16:45

Barrio del Solar, one of the oldest in the city (only in the morning)


12.00 / 17:00

Finally we have a tasting of Pisco Sour in a restaurant near the Main Square or Yanahuara (Depends of the time)


INCLUDED

- Official licensed and bilingual tour guides
- Free pisco sour
- Free fruit sample
- Daily raffle
- Gel hand sanitizer
- Promotions and discounts on cooking classes
- Toilet stops along the way

NOT INCLUDED

- Tips for the guides

RECOMMENDED

- Camera
- Sunscreen
- Money

For the morning tour: you should carry sun glasses, hats, sunscreen, and of course, some money if you want to buy fruits in the local market!

For the afternoon tour: you should bring a jumper or sweater and do not forget your camera to take the best pictures in town!!

CANCELLATION POLICY

No cancellation policies

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
  1. Is this walking tour really for free?

    To be able to continue our tours on a pay-what-you-like-basis we are dependend on your fair and decent tips.

  2. What should I bring to the tour?

    Camera, jacket (weather can change fast), sun glasses, hat (high sun radiation), water, extra money for food and souvenirs, rain jacket (weather can change fast) and comfortable shoes.

  3. How can I recognize the guide from Arequipa Free tour?

    The guide wears an orange vest to make it easier to identify them.

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