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Basilica del Voto Nacional

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Basilica del Voto Nacional

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Visit the Quilotoa Lagoon, one of the region’s most popular destinations, during a hassle-free day trip from Quito. Don’t worry about time-consuming public transport routes; instead, benefit from round-trip transportation. Plus, enjoy the chance to interact with indigenous communities you might not get if traveling independently and an included menu lunch.
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Matthew D wrote a review Nov 25
New Orleans, Louisiana3 contributions
The views from the outside are amazing. We got there in the afternoon, and the light coming through the colorful glass left us speechless, it is such a peaceful place, full of history and unique antiques and ornaments. We highly recommend visiting while in Quito, do visit it with a guided tour so that you can get to learn about its history and unique architecture.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Diana R wrote a review Nov 19
Decatur, Illinois242 contributions89 helpful votes
This is worth a look! Very large with beautiful windows and gargoyles that are Ecuadorian animals. One of South America's great churches.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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ARTCOLLECTOR wrote a review Oct 2020
quito, Ecuador88 contributions39 helpful votes
Spectacular view from the towers, which have the fauna of the country reflected on their gargoles, Great excercise to climb all those stairs to go to the tower.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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Corey B wrote a review Oct 2020
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If you're spending more than 2 days in Quito, you really should visit the National Basilica. It is a stunning piece of architecture - and enormous, with shops and amazing, hidden little restaurants in the multiple towers - far more massive, mazelike than it appears. Gorgeous stained glass, massive and imposing. Some gorgeous shrines, and some more gaudy ones. It is a popular tourist place, and the multiple gift shops tucked in the upper floors of the towers may seem odd to many (they were to us) but are actually full of neat things. There is a restaurant up in one of the two towers that are next to each other - serves great coffee, food and is quiet with a great view. Can be hard for people with difficulty walking - but if you can climb the (VERY) steep stairs you'll really appreciate how massive the structure is. I walk with a cane, have bad knees - it was really hard and need husband's help but it was worth it. I forgot my pain because of the unique beauty. That said, this is the most touristy church on edge of Old Town - and there are smaller, but far more stunning churches. But, given the size of this church and the significance it really is a must see regardless of religious beliefs. (was there in june/july 2019).
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Date of experience: November 2019
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michael c wrote a review Oct 2020
Ahus, Sweden999 contributions272 helpful votes
unfortunately the Basilica was closed so we had to contend seeing this spectacular church only from the outside. an absolute must.
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Date of experience: October 2020
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