Dynamic and captivating, located by the mighty Guayas river, is one of the most important ports on the Pacific coast of South America. Trading and modernity have given the city its face paced lifestyle. Tall buildings, large avenues, luxurious hotels and finance centers are the heart of this metropolis, also hosting major tourist attractions like Malecon 2000 and Parque Historico.
The capital of Ecuador was declared by UNESCO as “Cultural Heritage of Mankind” for its rich architectural beauty, seen in its churches, convents, cathedrals, and more. Surrounded by mountains, features a wonderful scenery of snowcapped volcanoes, just 30 miles south of the equator, becomes the ideal starting point for adventure sports, hiking and sightseeing.