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This 100 year old neighborhood is known for great restaurants, coffee shops, and funky boutique stores.
Must visit place for restaurants, bars and a very calm vibe. Has lots of places and a great farmers market in Galavis Street every Friday.
The Spanish named the area “La Floresta” owing to the unusually high concentration of wild flowers in the area. Early in the 20th century prosperous landowners settled here and built mansions in the neo-classical style that was in fashion at the time. More than 70 of these homes remain, side by…
La Floresta is a great neighborhood with a number of unique restaurants, cafes, and shops. Walking around this area, you will also see beautiful murals, mosaics, and art around!
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“Tucked away from the hustle of Quito’s main valley, Guapulo feels like an escape. A region known for its winding roads and bohemian flare, just a trip to the overlook is impressive. But continue down the steep cobblestone path, and you’ll see its hidden jewels and perplexing feats of architecture. On the way to the Church of Guapulo at the base of the hill sits, for example, Pizzeria Ananke, which appears inside almost like an art gallery, and provides a perfect vantage point to see the valley lit up at night while enjoying delcicious food. The ornate Church of Guapulo, or Sanctuary to the Virgin of Guapulo, is open to visitors on set hours Monday through Saturday. ”
“Great place in the historic center of Quito. Travel back in time to Colonial Quito. Explore the arts and culture that made Quito famous worldwide.”
“Bus station with buses that go to Perucho as well as other locations north of Quito.”
“They have ecuadorian food with a gourmet touch. I love this place, it is a bit expensive but it is worth it. A new and fascinating experience. Comida ecuatoriana con un toque gourmet. Me encanta este lugar, es un poco caro pero vale la pena. Una experiencia nueva y facinante.”
“Pesca deportiva, piscinas termales, comida típica, lagunas y mucha amabilidad de la gente. Sport fishing, thermal pools, typical food, lagoons and a lot of kindness of the people.”