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Quito Untouched by Time


from US$855

From Miami May 1st through December 10th, 2016

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DAY 1: Arrival in Quito

Welcome reception at the airport and transfer to your hotel. Private service English speaking guide.
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel

DAY 2: Colonial Quito City Tour & The Middle of the World

Breakfast at the hotel. The tour begins from your hotel with a visit to the Independence Square, where the Presidential Palace, the Cathedral and El Sagrario Church are located. We will also visit the Church of La Compañia (1605), with its amazing gilt altars. This is considered as one of the finest examples of baroque art in America, and the Moorish influence can also be noted in the intricate designs carved on the magnificent red and gold columns and ceilings. Afterwards we will take you to the church and monastery of San Francisco (1535). This is the oldest Ecuadorian church and the main altar inside is a spectacular example of baroque carving. There is also a fine collection of artwork, including paintings, sculptures and furnitures dating back to the 16th century. Finally, we will drive up to the highest viewpoint of the city, “El Panecillo” hill from where we will have a spectacular view of Quito. After just 30 minutes from Quito is the location of the Equator at La Mitad del Mundo (“the middle of the world”.) This is the site where, in 1736, Charles-Marie de la Condamine’s expedition made the measurements that demonstrated that this was indeed the equator. Here visitors have the rare opportunity to be on two hemispheres at the same time!
A monument was built to mark the site and visitors can take an elevator right to the top, as well as visiting the excellent ethnographical museum inside. Around the monument are buildings and restaurants designed to represent those of a typical colonial town. Entrance fees included.
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel (B)

DAY 3: Quito

Breakfast at the hotel. Continue discovering the beauty, history and culture of Quito on your own or take one of our optional tours such as a full day to Otavalo’s colorful Native market.
Overnight accommodations at selected hotel (B)

DAY 4: Depart Quito

Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to the airport in Quito for your flight to your next destination (B)

Based on double occupancy at Hotel Fuente de Piedra.
Based on double occupancy at Boutique Hotel Anahi: $955.00

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Round trip air Miami/Quito/Miami Fuel surcharges and taxes subject to change. All airport transfers listed in the itinerary on private basis. Hotel accommodations and hotel service charges and taxes. Daily breakfast. Baggage handling at airports and at hotels. All tours and excursions indicated in the itinerary on private basis. English speaking guides. All entrance fees and transfers needed to operate tours and excursions. All meals indicated in the itinerary.


Expenses such us beverages on meals, tips, laundry, phone calls and other personal expenses are not included. Passport and visa and reciprocity fees expenses.

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