El Panecillo is a 200-metre-high hill of volcanic-origin, with loess soil, located between southern and central Quito.
Quito Botanical Garden is a Park, botanical garden, arboretum and greenhouse s of 18,600 square meters that it is planned to increase, it…
Francisco de Orellana Bejarano Pizarro y Torres de Altamirano was a Spanish explorer and conquistador.
A beautiful convent and church decorated with paintings from Quitan art school. The Ecuadorian declaration of independence was signed here.
Quite a big park that is empty on weekdays, but fills up on weekends with local families. Markets are also held here at that time.
A wonderfully restored 16th century church. Wander inside and see the mysterious statue of the Virgin - nobody knows where it came from.
Gertrud Sojka, known as Trude Sojka, was a Czech – Ecuadorian and Jewish painter and sculptor, creator of an original technique using…
Reopened and renovated just a few years ago, this theatre is the city's cultural hub and the plays here are high-quality.
Parque La Alameda is a park in the Old Centre part of Quito, Ecuador. It is located southeast of Parque Julio Montevelle and east of Parque…
An impressive church and a religious sanctuary with a long history. Peek inside and see the image of Virgin of Guadalupe.
Featuring luxurious colonial-style décor, La Circasiana offers a picturesque open courtyard and free Wi-Fi access in public areas.