Ecuadora on South America’s west coast
Ecuadora country straddling the equator on South America’s west coast Amazon jungle, Andean highlands and the wildlife-rich Galápagos Islands. In the Andean foothills
Quito Show on map 2.5 km from centre Located in the centre of Quito, the 5-star Hilton Colon Quito Hotel offers a heated outdoor pool, a spa and a fitness centre. Guests can enjoy 4 on-site restaurants and an executive lounge.
Ave. Gonzalez Suarez N27-142, Quito (Pichincha) â€¢
Situated in central Quito, this 4-star Art Deco hotel offers rooms with private balconies and free Wi-Fi. Guests can enjoy Andean Valley views from the hotel’s outdoor swimming pool. All rooms are spacious and feature large windows overloâ€¦ More
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The land of fire and ice is currently one of the major tourist destinations in the Americas, offering unparalleled colonial architecture, dramatic landscapes and the eco-tourist mecca of the Galapagos Islands.
Quito and Cuenca, have historical centers that are so stunning, each has been declared a Unesco World Heritage Site (Quito in 1978 and Cuenca in 1999.
Quito’s churches are some of the richest, most spectacular colonial buildings in all of South America.
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