Guayaquil is a city with a diversity of scenes to be visited; with different attractive shades and framings of the river, with an enlightened beauty of nature, and scenes that show its’ history and evolution.
All these attractive scenes, contributes to the beauty of the city and allows it to be recognized internationally.
Main attractive zones:
– Malecón Simón Bolívar – Malecón 2000.
– Cerro Santa Ana – Subida al Faro.
– Puerto Santa Ana.
– Parque Histórico de Guayaquil.
– Malecón del Salado.
– Barrio Las Peñas.
– El Municipio y la Gobernación.
– Parque Seminario – Parque de las iguanas.
– La Catedral.
– Cementerio general – La ciudad blanca.
– Parque Centenario.
– Zona de Manglares: Churute, Puerto Hondo.
– Centros comerciales: Mall del Sol, San Marino, Policentro, Río Centro Entre Ríos y Ceibos, Mall del Sur.
– Mercado artesanal.
Throughout the coast there is more than just the natural beauty of the beaches, there are also interesting museums and churches to visit.
Main attractive zones:
– Museo Los Amantes de Sumpa – Santa Elena.
– Galería Náutica Mirador Farallón Dillon – Ballenita.
– La Catedral de Nuestra Señora de la Emperatriz de Santa Elena.
– La Chocolatera en Salinas
– Santa Elena.
– Punta Blanca.
– San Pablo.
From Guayaquil the Galápagos Islands is at almost one thousand kilometers of the continent and by airplane at 100 min. With a high degree of endemic vegetation and fauna it constitutes one of the natural paradises of the planet, plus its one of the most desired National Parks of the world.
Their fauna and flora are truely unique. Unendable clear sand beaches, are part of their surroundings; as well as lava tunnels, diving zones, a reserved marine area and, by all means, its prehistoric gorgeous animals and colorful birds. They have thirteen main islands and its climate is subtropical.
Quito is one of those rare cities where the colonial shades of downtown are opposed with their actual modern buildings.
A place that keeps the enigmas of a millenarian history, the magnificent inheritance encounters of two worlds and the secrets of a crossbreeding culture. It has the greatest and best conserved historical center of Latin America, a true museum of 320 hectares.
Because of its physical beauty, traditions, mystical corners and expresive legends, it is considered a “Relique of Art in America”. That is why in November of 1978, it was the first city of the world in being declared by the UNESCO as “Cultural Patrimony of the Humanity”.
Cuenca is a city of colonial style, and was also declared “Cultural Patrimony of the Humanity” by the UNESCO. In Cuenca, the presence of churches and buildings of centuries give the city an air of tranquillity for visitors and residents.
Its zone has a very singular importance for the history of Ecuador, for being a midpoint between the coast and amazone area. From our ancestral times, it constitutes itself as a zone of encounter between cultures, retailers, and events of religious connotation by the natives of the zone.