Meeting your guide at the base of Monserrate they’ll be waiting for you with the tickets in hand and ready to climb to the top of this wonderful location.
Once here you’ll decide on which form of transport to take to the top of this sacred mountain; the teleferico (aerial tramway) or the funicular.
Regardless of which way you choose, you are almost guaranteed fantastic sites on the way up, and of course, once you’re on the summit the panoramic view of the city is quite breathtaking.
At the top, you’ll have plenty of time to wander through the markets and gift shops full of hand-made souvenirs from different parts of the country. You’ll also explore the beautiful 17th-century Monserrate Monastery with El Señor Caído (“The Fallen Lord”) shrine.
Before making your way back down the hill to complete your guided tour at the base of this must-see mountain, you’ll be able to choose once again to take the teleferico (aerial tramway) or the funicular for the wonderful views.
Monserrate Entrance – Teleferico and Funicular (aerial tramway and train)
Bilingual Tour Guide