City Tour – 3 hours
Quito is one of the few cities which are blessed with its setting: on the slopes of the passive Pichincha volcano (4,794 m.a.s.l). Full of colonial flavor, Quito was an Inca city refounded by the Spaniards in 1534. From the cobblestone streets in the Old Town, to the modern cosmopolitan new town, any traveler visiting Quito will be amazed by its architectural contrast: Churches like La Compania, the Cathedral and San Francisco; Independence Square, Governmental Palace, enhanced by a charm and friendly atmosphere in the modern area and “El Panecillo" Hill, where you appreciate a marvelous panoramic view of the city.
Entrances are not included: App. 3.- $ per person
City Tour + Museum of the City - 3 hours
Visit of the City and the magnificent Museo de la Ciudad (Museum of the City). This world class museum exhibits daily life in Quito, from the aboriginal period scenes of the 19th Century. The Museum is located in the building where, since the 16th Century, San Juan de Dios Hospital once operated.
Entrances are not included: Aprx. 4.- $ per person
Museums - 3 hours
Visit of the magnificent Museum of Quito and the Guayasamin Museum, founded by Ecuador’s most famous artist, Oswaldo Guayasamin. This museum has one of the most complete Ecuadorian archaeological collections in the world and Pre-Columbian Art with 2000 objects of art of the different cultures such as: Valdivia, Machalilla, Chorrera and Tolita among others. There is also a collection of Colonial and Modern Art.
Entrances are not included: Aprx. 6.- $ per person
Middle of the world monument - 3 hours
Trip to the famous "Middle of the World Monument" located only at 30 minutes from Quito. There you will enjoy a nice complex formed by a market, a colonial town, museums, shopping area, restaurants, etc. You will have the opportunity to take an unforgettable picture with you yourself in both hemispheres!
Entrances are not included: Aprx. 3.- $ per person
Middle of the world monument and Rumicucho Ruins - 3 hours
"Middle of the World Monument" and Rumicucho , which is a Pre-Inca site, related to the cult of the sun and to astrological studies. It is also considered as a magnetic center of positive energy.
Entrances are not included: Aprx. 6.-$ per person
A unique and fascinating experience that will take you to 4.050 meters of altitude. Panoramic cabins that ascend to 2.5 km hanging over the slopes of the Pichincha volcano, taking you to the top of Cruz Loma, a magic place with paramo vegetation from where you can enjoy magnificent landscapes and the most spectacular view of the city.
Discover the diversity of services that the skylift offers. A world of fun and amusement for all ages at the andean mountains.