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#1 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Quito
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
This Jesuit church is a masterpiece of baroque and Quiteno-colonial art with lavish golden altars... more
#2 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Quito
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Considered the largest church in Quito, this impressive building features fine bronze doors,... more
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This historic district was the first city named a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is noted for its... more
#4 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Quito
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Established in 1536 by Franciscan monks, this magnificent architectural masterpiece features a... more
#5 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Quito
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
#6 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Quito
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Located in the heart of the Old City, this busy plaza honors those heroes who started the movement... more
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#8 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Quito
Travelers' Choice™ 2014 Winner Attractions
Once serving as a lively commercial center during pre-Columbian times, this large cobbled square is... more
#9 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Quito
The city’s main cathedral contains the tomb of Field Marshal Antonio Jose de Sucre, Quito’s... more
#10 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Quito
Located on top of the Cerro El Panecillo, this imposing sculpture can be seen from any location in... more
#11 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Quito
Resembling a type of small bread (panecillo), this hill makes an excellent observation point over... more
Mitad del Mundo (San Antonio de Pichincha)
#12 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Quito
It is located approximately 20 minutes away from Quito, at San Antonio de Pichincha. The "Mitad del... more
#13 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Quito
This magnificent government building, located on scenic Plaza de Independencia, is guarded by two... more
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La Escondida provides a variety of activities. Guests can horseback ride, mountain bike or hike as... more
#19 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Quito
Located in Quito’s historical neighborhood, this small and cozy church was built during the 16th... more
#20 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Quito
This church is famous for its magnificent religious sculpture and the image of the Virgin, which was... more
#21 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Quito
This historic village is one of the oldest towns in Ecuador.
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Located around the corner of Plaza Independencia, this magnificent building was originally built as... more
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#27 of 42 Sights & Landmarks in Quito
This imposing cathedral features two large paintings of St. Augustine by Miguel de Santiago, a... more
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This busy square in Old Town is dominated by the Iglesia de Santo Domingo and the church museum.