Sights & Attractions in Quito

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Name Category Location
 
Basílica del Voto Nacional
Construction of this neo-Gothic church has been going on for more...
Religious Sites New City
 
Calle de la Ronda
Here's a textbook case in how to do urban renewal: The city has...
Squares Old City
 
Casa de Sucre
The restored Sucre House, once the residence of Field Marshal...
Architectural Sites Old City
 
El Panecillo
The opening of the New City's Teleferiqo has eclipsed this rounded...
Viewpoints Old City
 
Guápulo
Nestled in a secluded valley below the Guayasamín museums, the...
Towns New City
 
Iglesia de la Merced
The Church of Mercy's beautiful, light-filled interior contains...
Religious Sites Old City
 
Iglesia de San Agustín
In 1809 Ecuador's declaration of independence was signed in the...
Religious Sites Old City
 
Iglesia de Santo Domingo
The interior of the colonial Church of Santo Domingo may not...
Religious Sites Old City
 
Iglesia Parroquial del Sagrario
The Church of the Shrine is noted for its beautiful facade in...
Religious Sites Old City
 
Museo Casa de María Augusta Urrutia
In the colonial section of Quito is the Museum of Maria Augusta...
Museums / Galleries Old City
 
Museo de Arte Colonial
The Museum of Colonial Art, housed in a restored 17th-century...
Museums / Galleries Old City
 
Parque El Ejido
One of Quito's largest parks, El Ejido is popular for its extensive...
Parks New City
 
Parque La Alameda
The elongated triangle of La Alameda Park lies between the Old...
Parks New City
 
Teleférico
Quito's flashiest attraction whisks you from the foothills of...
Amusement Parks, Viewpoints New City
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