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Quito is the capital of Ecuador and the first city to be proclaimed as a UNESCO Heritage Site back in 1978. It is a city with a rich colonial and independent era of architectural heritage. It is a city of fine museums, relaxing terrace cafe and excellent restaurants.
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Flights to Quito
Aeropuerto Internacional Mariscal Sucre was Quito’s international airport up to February 2013. A new state of the art international airport servicing flights from different European, US and South American cities has recently opened.
Explore Old Quito
The best way to explore the colonial center of the city is on foot so you can have a closer look of the stunning architecture of the different structures that date back to the late 1500s to 1800s. The town plazas are perfect places to take a break from walking and if you get hungry there are several terrace cafes, restaurants and even hotels to choose from which are in the area.
Ride Around the City
If you happen to be in Quito on a Sunday you might want to rent a bike and join 30,000 others in the Ciclopaseo. Thirty kilometers of the city’s streets are closed to traffic for this Sunday event so people can ride their bikes, run or blade the whole route. This is a fun a healthy way to see the city and mingle with the locals.
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Cheapest time to fly to Quito (UIO)
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