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What to Do in Quito

  • Quito Cable Car

    The best place where to go if you want to see stunning views of Quito and the surrounding volcanoes. Was supposed to be a whole theme park.

  • Quito Old Town

    One of the first city areas that was named a UNESCO heritage. History comes alive in the old neighbourhoods – do not miss!

  • Basilica of the National Vow

    This majestic Neo-Gothic cathedral is the largest in the Americas. Come look at the inside or climb one of the towers.

  • Middle of the World City

    The equator unfortunately doesn't pass through here, but you can still stop by for the museum, planetarium and more.

  • Cathedral of Quito

    An impressive showcase of orthodox Spanish architecture. Stop by and marvel at the beauty of both the exterior and the interior.

  • El Panecillo

    A small hill that was used for sun worship by the Incas. Nowadays it offers stunning views of the city and a pleasant place to walk around.

  • San Francisco Square

    One of the oldest squares in the city. Perfect for people-watching, marvelling at the architecture here and also offers great views of Quito.

  • Papallacta Thermal Baths

    Visit the hotel's thermal pools and spa for a most relaxing experience. Makes for a pleasant day trip.

  • Round Street

    A small, atmospheric street lined with restaurants, shops and more. A great place for a walk and near other attractions.

  • Mariscal Craft Market

    A small but busy market that sells all sorts of beautiful local crafts. Head here for souvenirs and don't forget to bargain.

  • Alabado House

    An outstanding museum devoted to pre-Columbian art. Dozens of awe-inspiring pieces on display – do not miss this gem.

  • Pichincha Volcano

    Quito lies on this volcano's eastern slopes. Its two peaks make for a challenging, yet rewarding hike with great views of the city below.

  • Mariscal Sucre International (UIO)

  • Church of the Society of Jesus

    A large Jesuit church best known for its lavish, awe-inspiring decor in the central nave, holding true to the Baroque ideal.

  • Church and Convent of St. Francis

    A beautiful, richly decorated church with two marvellous chapels. Built together with the convent shortly after founding of Quito in 1534.

  • Mariscal District

    During the day, the district is quite busy thanks to the cafés here, but it really comes alive at night with the nightclubs and discos.

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