One hour south from Quito, nested within the volcanoes, stands this unique hacienda built on top of an Inca Palace. It is the furthest point north from Cusco. Its imperial style construction constitutes the only lived-in museum that belonged to the Inca Empire and the Spanish Colonia. It is located near to the famous volcano Cotopaxi, indian villages, local markets, rose plantations, among others. Along with its historical an archaeological importance, San Agustin de Callo constitutes a unique and magical place to stay.