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Must do. If you can do it on your first day in Quito as it gives you an great introduction to Old Town. Its 3 hours long and shows you some of the more hidden aspects of the city such as the market. Our guide...More
This was a great introduction to the city and Soledad our guide was informed, passionate and spoke movingly about the city and country she is so proud of, as well as giving us loads of information. Recommended!
The walking tour from Community Hostel Quito was excellent! Our guide Romulo gave great information about the culture, food, economy, history, politics, environment - enough to whet the appetite without overload plus humour. He answered questions really well and clearly loves his country and makes...More
Cannot praise this tour enough. Learnt so much from our excellent tour guide Fernando but unlike with other walking tours he was able to hold the group’s attention the entire time, with his combination of facts, locations and passion. Thank you for teaching us about...More
I joined the free walking tour with Romalo. He was outstanding! So knowledgeable, friendly, energetic and kind. I didn't realize three hours could go by so quickly.
Romalo highlighted the most interesting details about the city, but was also a great storyteller - sharing just...More
We did the walking tour with Sole. She was full of information and included a great mix of cultural and historical information telling us about the cuisine, economy, political situation, religion etc. We saw lots of the city, had time for little experiences like tasting...More
We always enjoy going on free walking tours to get the lay of the land and understand the history of a place better. Our tour with our enthusiastic guide Betto accomplished the former but did a spotty job with the latter.
We appreciated hearing the...More