One beautiful night walking with friends and fiancé, feel safe and had a lots of fun, had some drinks and food, cheap places
Apparently this may have been because we were there in the morning. I didn't see any open shops or cafés. No music, either. Nice views but not much to do during the day.
We visited La Ronda two times and both times were during the day and it was pretty disappointing. Our disappointment stemmed from the lack of restaurants and stores open during the daytime hours. I would guess that 90% of the shops and such were closed during both visits. The walk to La Ronda is quite short from the San Francisco... More
What a treasure! It was fun stumbling upon La Ronda our last full evening in Quito! Great architecture and fun to discover little tucked in and out of the way restaurants, shops and artisans at work on new masterpieces! And a band playing in a courtyard! J would LOVE to live on that historic street!
We visited La Ronda two night in a row as well as during the day time as it was within easy walking distance of our hotel. We found a great little chocolate cafe/maker as well as a few great places to eat and some charming artisan shops. Definitely a place to go to see Old Quito.
Go figure, a historic street that isn't swamped by cars, the sound of buses grumbling by, and little old women shouting "el comercio" or some other variety of the same. If you are looking for a nice place to stroll around, have a empanada de viento, drink some colada morada, and hear some live music, this is certainly a great... More
Quito is not a tourist haven but if there is one street in Old Town Quito that could be considered touristy, this is it. Calle La Ronda spans 3 or 4 blocks and this is where the better restaurants are located, with many small bars, shops all lining the pedestrian-only street. This area is highly recommended for a dinner. Much... More
We stayed in the Old Quarter in a posada very close to La Ronda. We walked there every night for dinner. Lots of restaurants to choose from. Very festive but relaxed, especially on weekends. We were there in February and it was lively but never over crowded. We found a simple looking but excellent seafood restaurant (Cafe Ferran) with a... More
My favorite place in Quito is La Ronda. Do NOT miss out on the canelazo or the live music, try Paccha Inti for the best of both. This place is amazing for music, food, and people watching. It is nearby many of the churches and other attractions in quito, as well as the green trolleybus line. Wear your dancing shoes... More
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