8 Days Tour
The capital city of Ecuador, Quito, is located at an elevation of 2,850 meters (9,350 feet), making it the second-highest city in the world after La Paz, which is located in Bolivia.
The Old Town of Quito is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is known for having some of the best-preserved colonial architecture in all of Latin America. It is known for its opulent cathedrals, majestic plazas, and cobblestone walkways. Rows of pastel-colored residences with flower-decorated wrought-iron balconies mingle alongside meticulously renovated mansions that have quiet interior courtyards in this neighborhood. The pre-Columbian ancestral civilizations of Ecuador, some of which date back to 4000 BC, are shown in detail in Ecuador’s museums.
The city’s glorious past is as fascinating as the vibrant, alive metropolis that it is today.Make a pit stop at a sidewalk café to see native ladies dressed in traditional garb as they hustle to get their day’s job done alongside shoe shiners, street sellers, and other people working on the street.