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“Shopping & dining in traditional Quito”
Review of Calle La Ronda

Calle La Ronda
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Ranked #11 of 268 things to do in Quito
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Reviewed August 31, 2012

La Ronda street offers a nice environment. Look for many great typical food restaurants and shops offering traditional products.

Thank JP A
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Reviewed August 28, 2012

there is always something on at Calle Ronda.It is a great place to be and both the locals and tourists enjoy it. Funky shops, great restaurants and street entertainers. Check out the jewelry shop just under the arch. Unusual pieces.

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Reviewed August 22, 2012

This is a good street to go and have dinner and a few drinks. The place is safe with a great variety of affordable places to eat. Yo will love the environment and the quality of the food at an incredible cheap price

Thank lreyes
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Reviewed August 20, 2012

La Ronda is basically a Colonial street looking street where it seems that they have hundreds of small little bars with live music, karaoke, you name it. A lot of families around the place so don't expect crazy parties. Stick to the main street since the adjacent streets can be dangerous if you're not from there. Also: do not go up to the saint thingy. Great paseo.

Thank Raffy R
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Reviewed August 13, 2012

We wanted down La Ronda a few times and it was either lively or really BORING, based on how many people were around and what was going on. The best times to visit are on Friday or Saturday evenings when the cafes are all open and street games are going on. Avoid it on Sundays or during the week when nothing is going on but a couple tourist cafes.

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