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Quito: Street Food Essentials5 Reviews
Enjoy a gastronomic exploration through Quito. Try diverse street food and discover favorite spots and markets in town. Experience the great culinary culture and discover why Ecuadorian food is a must.
- Delight your palate at favorite eateries in town
- Walk around cool spots in Quito
- Experience markets, street art and local culture
- Sample exotic local dishes
- Finish the journey with hand-made chocolate and meet the chocolatier
DescriptionBegin your experience in Quito's main flea market, a hidden gem even for locals. Eat some of the best traditional dishes while understanding a classic working environment full of antiques and small treasures. Continue around the Basilica of the National Vow towards the eateries surrounding one of the oldest and most significant public schools, where most of the student's movements take place. Make your third stop in one of the busiest political areas, where the amount and quality of the eateries are beyond the imagination. Walk around beautiful street art toward the main park in downtown Quito, and get a glimpse of everyday life, national sports, and some of the most representative street eateries in town. As your first bites digest, stroll to the most mind-blowing stop to savor the most delicious culinary scene in the country: seafood from Manabí (famous for its inventive, resourceful, and truly unique food). Then, continue your pleasant walk and find your way to one of the favorite markets in town, a gastronomic paradise showcasing the natural abundance of Ecuador. Finish the journey with quality hand-made chocolate, the icing on the cake of Quito's top flavors. You can choose to take a regular shared or private walking tour, with or without pickup and drop-off.
IncludesFood, drinks, and chocolates at the itinerary stops Bilingual Spanish and English-speaking guide Hotel pickup and drop-off from selected areas in Quito (if the option is selected)
- This tour is not recommended for people with limited mobility
- This is a walking tour of about 3 kilometers