Quito – Through My Lens

Quito, Ecuador’s capital, is a surprisingly attractive city. I had no idea that I had taken so many photos when I was there! It’s built on and around hills, and has a gorgeous Old Town which is the best part of it. Enjoy!

Entering Quito.

Panecillo Hill stands over Quito, with a statue of the Madonna watching over the city. However, be careful if you go as it’s regarded as little dangerous.

Panecillo over Quito.

Penecillo Hill peeps up above.

Panecillo Hill.

View from the Basilica of the National Vow.

The Basilica of the National Vow is a recently built church (relatively) which you can climb and explore. You can get pretty high up there! Yes, I was pretty freaked out!

Basilica of the National Vow.

The modern Basilica of the National Vow. As high as I got.

Walking inside the roof of the Basilica.

The markets and the eating spots are very interesting, not to mention tasty!

Food market in Quito.

Eating out in Quito.

Courtyard restaurant.

Calle La Ronda – restaurant district.

Fruit at the market.

Typical Quito lunch.

And the rest of the Old Town is pretty special too – and unqiue!


Selling coca leaves in central Quito.

Ballroom in the Presidential Palace.

A lone hat on a stone step.

Humorous caricatures.

Interesting building.

Mural inside the Presidential Palace.

Courtyard at the Museo de la Sucre.

Quito street from balcony.


I hope you enjoyed seeing Quito through my lens – I loved the place! Thanks for visiting, May the Journey Never End!


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