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Quito

Semana Santa en Quito Colonial

La Semana Santa en Quito es única. Su Centro Histórico tiene un ambiente de celebración, de luto, de devoción, de fe y conmemoración a Jesús. Rituales, procesiones y tradiciones toman

Walking tour through Downtown Quito: First World Heritage Site

Visit Quito, the second highest capital in the world! UNESCO recognizes Quito as the city with “the best-preserved,  historic center in Latin America.”

Quito in the summer: Hop on the TeleferiQo and touch the sky!

Quito’s weather is very unpredictable, but in summer, especially during July, you can enjoy spectacular days and clear blue skies. Admire the city and its surrounding volcanoes! It is the perfect time to hop on the TeleferiQo Quito sky tram and enjoy the most spectacular panoramic views of this Andean city.

Museums and Archaeological Sites to visit in Quito

Museums and Archaeological Sites to visit in and around Quito. Don’t miss the chance of placing one foot on the northern hemisphere and the other on the southern hemisphere of our planet in the Middle of the World site.

Great places to visit in northern Quito

Go to the Teleferiqo and watch Quito City from 13,287 ft, visit amazing museums and galleries and take a walk through la mariscal.The following sites are not within walking distance from each other. We recommend you to take a taxi.

Events for Fiestas de Quito 2018

Celebrate Fiestas de Quito the right way! Here are the events you can’t miss this week: 

Ecuador Poster Bienal 2018: Nos reunimos con David Jiménez

Ecuador Poster Bienal (EPB) es la plataforma de diseño y comunicación visual más importante del país. Cada dos años celebra las obras más creativas en el mundo. 

Casa Gangotena: Experience a sunrise in downtown Quito

Iván Ulchur tells us about his morning in Casa Gangotena. Experience as the city of Quito comes to life with the beginning of a new day. 

Guápulo Festivities

During the first days of September, for the last 150 years, we have celebrated Fiestas de Guápulo! The current president of Guápulo, Jaime Pardo, tells us what to expect for