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After an early morning breakfast, we head to the Teleferico, a cable car that climbs the slopes of Pichincha Mountain to the top of Cruz Loma at 4,050 meters above sea level, offering visitors a unique view of the city and its surroundings. 

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After an early morning breakfast, we head to the Teleferico, a cable car that climbs the slopes of Pichincha Mountain to the top of Cruz Loma at 4,050 meters above sea level, offering visitors a unique view of the city and its surroundings. On good days you may be able to see over 15 Andean peaks, which is why the area was coined ‘the Avenue of the Volcanoes’ by the scientist and explorer Alexander von Humboldt upon his visit in the early 19th century.

Later we depart towards Quito’s old town, or Centro Histórico, declared a UNESCO World’s Cultural Heritage Site in 1978. We begin with one of Quito’s highlights: its breathtaking view. At the Alameda Park and the Basilica, we will admire the staggering hills on which the city was founded followed by a walk in Quito’s oldest street; García Moreno (also known as the Street of the Seven Crosses), which dates back to pre-Columbian times. As we reach Quito’s main square, Independence Plaza, we take a peek inside the Presidential Palace, the main Cathedral, La Compañía Church (considered one of the continent’s most spectacular monumental buildings), San Francisco’s Church (the oldest in Quito and the largest religious complex in South America) and its spectacular cobblestone square.  Transfer back to the hotel.