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Jorge
Jorge
June 12, 2016
CENTRO HISTÓRICO DE QUITO
Fabian
Fabian
January 30, 2020
When you in Quito, this is the first place you should visit, this is the main plaza, where you will find coffee shops, restaurants, museums and more.
Paola
Paola
July 16, 2018
I recommend the store WAVA Market, it is located underneath Palacio Arzobispal in front of the cathedral. It has stylish, diverse and colorful handicrafts, cool designs and boho clothing.
Tatiana & Maria
Tatiana & Maria
September 13, 2017
Independence Square or Plaza Grande is the principal and central public square of Quito, Ecuador, and one of the symbols of the executive power of the nation. Its main feature is the monument to the independence heroes of August 10, 1809, the First Cry of Independence in America. The square is…
Aaron
Aaron
August 21, 2017
This is the main Plaza in Quito's Old town. From there you can walk and visit all the amazing churches, plazas, museums and other landmarks of the city.

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Localização
Centro Histórico, Pichincha 170401