Ecuador is named for being crossed by the equatorian line that divides the world in two hemispheres, the northern and southern. The monument to the Equator was erected in honor of this event, visit it and find more thoroughly Ecuadorian cultures in museums: Middle of the World Ethnographic Museum Inti-Nan Museum Quito Miniature Museum.
Is located on the slopes of the volcano Rucu Pichincha, it offers stunning views across the capital like valleys, mountains and other beautiful mountains that surround this city in a unique natural environment. LOCATION: La Gasca and Western Avenue.
Is a natural elevation of 3,000 meters above sea level, its location has become the most important natural viewpoint of the city, where you can appreciate the urban layout of the capital city, from its historic center, to the north and south. The bagel is topped by a sculpture aluminum giant Virgin of Quito.
Is located in the Historic Center, it was founded in the fifteenth century in 1535. His origin was humble, the walls were covered with mud and straw. In 1545, she was named Cathedral and in 1562 it dropped to rebuild with stone foundations and roof tiles. The church building was completed in 1806, at the hands of the President of the Real Audiencia Baron Héctor de Carondelet. It is one of the first churches with classic romantic style, porch and tower were built in this century. Quito Cathedral is the main temple of the secular clergy and government of archbishops, bishops and other church dignitaries and is the temple in which you are made Deums or Ordination Secular Clergy and other important religious ceremonies. Passage is located in the mirror, between the streets García Moreno and Venezuela, occupying about one block.
This large craft market offers tourists a wide variety of souvenirs. It has about 100 stands, is a colorful and fun place to shop. La Mariscal Craft Market is open every day of the week and is an excellent choice for those visitors who do not have enough time to visit the Otavalo Market.
Jorge Washington between Reina Victoria and Juan León Mera Monday to Sunday 9:00 to 19:00 228 1904-228 3480