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Quito: Private City Tour & Intiñam Museum Visit w/ Transfer3 Reviews
Explore the inhabited crater of Pululahua and stroll through the colonial streets of Quito on a guided tour. Visit the historic Intiñam Museum and snap a photo standing right on the equator line.
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- Stand on the Northern and Southern Hemisphere at the same time!
- Enjoy magnificent viewpoints of Quito!
- Walk safely through the charming streets of the old town!
DescriptionYour tour guide will pick you up at 8:30 a.m. from your hotel, due to the viewpoint of the volcano Pululahua, one of the two inhabited craters in the world. This volcanic complex consists of a main boiler, a central volcano with two craters and the remains of a third party, and several volcanic domes within the caldera located on the edge and outside of it. Then we head to the Intiñan Museum, geographically located at 0 degrees, 0 minutes and 0 seconds, that marks the division between northern and southern hemispheres as established by the French Geodesic Mission in the eighteenth century, you will see beautiful displays of different ethnic groups in Ecuador, plus the story of their lifestyles, explained by a specialist tour guide! This is an opportunity to be photographed with both of your feet on the northern and southern hemispheres at the same time! On the way back to Quito, you will see from the road the Equatorial Monument. In the afternoon you go to the colonial town of Quito, officially considered the first world cultural heritage site (UNESCO 1978). During your walk, you will pass through the Independence Square, scenery of many dramatic battles of revolution in the history of the Republic of Ecuador. And you will have the opportunity to visit the Cathedral, the Archbishop's Palace, the Church of the Society of Jesus of Quito, summit of the Latin America Baroque style, the charming neighbourhood of La Ronda, and the Church and Convent of San Francisco, built in 1540. Finally you will enjoy a spectacular view of the city from 'El Panecillo' hill. Then you will be back in your hotel approximately at 3:30 p.m. End of your first fantastic experience in Quito!
IncludesPrivate Transportation Certified English speaking guide Mentioned itinerary and visits
- This tour will take place rain or shine.