The Basilica of the National Vow is a Roman Catholic church located in the historic center of Quito, Ecuador.
The Ciudad Mitad del Mundo is a tract of land owned by the prefecture of the province of Pichincha, Ecuador.
One of the first city areas that was named a UNESCO heritage. History comes alive in the old neighbourhoods - do not miss!
El Panecillo is a 200-metre-high hill of volcanic-origin, with loess soil, located between southern and central Quito.
The Church and Convent of St. Francis, commonly known as el San Francisco, is a 16th-century Roman Catholic complex in Quito, Ecuador.
The last of architect Guayasamín's works. A tribute to the struggle of man worldwide and a sight like no other - do not miss.
This is the true "middle of the world" with the latitude at zero. The site features a museum on the Waranis tribe and some curiosities.
Pichincha is an active stratovolcano in the country of Ecuador. The capital Quito wraps around its eastern slopes.
Pichincha is an active stratovolcano in the country of Ecuador, whose capital Quito wraps around its eastern slopes.
Estadio Rodrigo Paz Delgado, commonly called La Casa Blanca, is a football stadium in Quito, Ecuador that is the home ground of LDU Quito.