Basilica of the National Vote
NEOGOTHIC CHURCH ( main entrance to the old City) $2 the entrance open from 9 am to 5 pm. Need at least 2 hours to visit inside
Neogothic style religious building in the historic center of the city of Quito. Due to its size and style, it is considered the largest neo-Gothic temple in America. It is located in the sector known as Santa Prisca, on Carchi and Venezuela streets, next to the convent of the Oblate fathers.
Also found in Old Town, the Basilica of the National Vow is another exceptional Quito landmark. Visitors can climb its two large towers up to the clock faces and explore the architectural beauty. Replicas of animals found in the Galapagos Islands serve as gargoyles and the colorful stained glass is…
This Basilica is the largest Neo-Gothic church in the Americas! Designed by a French architect Emilio Tarlier.
-Enter to the towers of the biggest gothic church of South America. -You can go by walking.
“This church may be one of the most visited in Quito. Crowds are drawn to the interior, which is completely adorned in gold leaf. ”
“Located in crucial zone of the old town center. This brewery is build in an old convent of nuns, which gives the place a special vibe. The beer is amazing and their pizza really good! If you go the 2th Tuesday of the month for sure you will be able to enjoy live music! ”
“A few steps from our suites is the entertainment center for local street performers. You will catch pouting clowns, magicians, and local dancers shine the cultural of Ecuador. This is a must see attraction in the evening when the famous 17th Century Iglesia de Santo Domingo shines its light on the square.”
“The Panecillo is a natural elevation of 3,000 meters above sea level, it was baptized with this name for its resemblance to a small bread; It is nestled in the very heart of the city of Quito. It is one of the most visited sites in the city. Due to its location it has become the most important natural viewpoint of the city, from which you can see the urban layout of the capital, from its historic center and towards the north and south ends.”