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Quito City Tour Hop-On Hop-Off
"Take the city tour in Quito at your own pace while setting your own schedule with the system hop-on hop-off aboard the Quito Tour Bus. The double decker bus will allow you to see the tourist attractions of the north and center of the city and allow y restaurants and cafes. It is the principle area for entertainment in this zone. Continuing the journey at stop No.4 El Ejido - Craft Market where you will be able to find in a few blocks a colorful shopping experience which offers a great variety of crafts and s in close proximity you can visit the National Museum of Culture which exhibits Ecuadorian art from all its history. We continue to stop No.5 at the Contemporary Art Center where you can enjoy visual and digital art as well as other artistic expressio within a few short steps you can visit the government palace and the oldest cathedral in South America dating from the sixteenth century. The last stop No. 11 is at García Moreno Park located in front of the Basilica del Voto Nacional Church."""Enjoy a city tour of Quito at your own pace on board the Hop-on Hop-off. This is a great alternative to get to know the attractions of the north and center of the city though a system of hop-on hop-off which will allow you to jump off and on at any of the
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Old Town Quito Sightseeing and Food Walking Tour
"Explore the historic district of Quito and enjoy authentic Ecuadorian foods on this full-day tour! Begin your adventure on the cobblestone streets of Old Town Quito with your expert guide. Browse the central market where you'll see a variety of goods including roses exotic fruits and local vegetables.Then follow your guide to the heart of Old Town -- Independence Plaza. Walk around the plaza while admiring the impressive Independence Monument the Archbishop's Palace and the Government Palace. Learn about the significance of these buildings from your guide as you walk through the plaza.Next stop for lunch at a traditional Ecuadorian restaurant. From there head to the Monastery of San Francisco. This large
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Quito Culinary Tour and Cooking Class
"Experience the flavors and culture of Quito on this food tour! Meet your knowledgeable culinary guide and visit a food market to browse for fresh fruits and vegetables. Then head to one of the oldest bakeries in Quito. See how traditional Ecuadorian quesadillas are made and sample the finished product while learning about Quito's food culture from your guide.Next travel through backstreets to the southern part of Quito and admire the city’s historical architecture as you make your way to a local Quito home to test out your cooking skills during an Ecuadorian cooking class! Learn how to make authentic tamales and ""Discover the flavors of Quito on this culinary tour packed with sweet treats and tasty tamales. Meet artisan bakers and talented cooks and learn the secrets to making popular Ecuadorian dishes. Admire the historical architecture of Quito as you walk from title=Highlights&1=Culinary+tour+in+Quito+including+a+Ecuadorian+cooking+class&2=Visit+one+of+Quito%27s+oldest+bakeries+and+witness+how+they+make+some+of+Ecuador%27s+traditional+pastries&3=Take+a+cooking+class+with+an+expert+chef+and+learn+to+cook+some+of""
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Avenida Naciones Unidas y Republica de el Salvador, Quito, Ecuador
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Calle Garci­a Moreno N6-52, Entre Meji­a y Olmedo, Quito, Ecuador
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El Panecillo - La Virgen de Quito

El Panecillo is quite close to the city center so easy to get to. Don't go walking though! That's not so safe. The most special thing about going up here for me is that I finally had a good overview...
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Mitad del Mundo

Although a only short distance from Quito, it is very arid here. Be sure to bring sunglasses and sunscreen. The admission price is higher than others have reported: $3. There is an ethnologic...
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Local Markets

Mercado Central is a good place to come to if you want to eat a cheap meal. There are several eateries serving traditional Ecuadorian food and fresh fruit juices in the market building. And of course...
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Basílica del Voto Nacional

First thing I saw when we drove in the old town is this beautiful church lies on top of hills. While we stop on a traffic light I said to taxi driver we'll get off here, he said to us we're not in...
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El TeleferiQo

This was one of the things I was most keen to do while in Quito. I love the experience of travelling in cable cars, chair lifts etc. and I love to get up high and see the view! Quito’s position,...
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Plaza Grande - Plaza de la Independencia

I'm not surprised that each city has more different public parks than usual, Quito has a few and this is just a smaller park in the middle of the center in the old town, this is typical of Latin...
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La Compania de Jesus

We haven't particularly searching of it, wandering in old town I focused on monuments and buildings, as I mentioned earlier that the Old Town of Quito has rich of beautiful buildings. Such as any of...
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La Ronda

One of the places I had looked forward to visiting was Calle de la Ronda, the place everyone said to go for dinner or drinks. Unfortunately, David wasn't feeling well enough to eat dinner either night...
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Top Warnings and Dangers in Quito

Warnings and Dangers

Crime - use common sense

I had a great time in Quito and had traveled through a variety of the economically diverse areas of the city and outskirts. At the time I cannot say that I applied the advice I am giving you now, only...
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Altitude

Quito is located at 9,350 feet, the highest official capital in the world (Sucre is listed as the official capital of Bolivia, not La Paz which has a higher altitude than Quito) . If you find yourself...
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"Quito - Capital of Ecuador"
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"A city among volcanoes"
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"Thinking of South American Cities? Think Quito"
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