El Museo Del Cacao, Imbabura, Guayaquil, Ecuador
Located few steps from the hotel, on Panama streets, this space highlights the cocoa activity that once predominated in the area. It has fifteen rooms where you can see samples of ancestral cultures, recreations of buccaneers and pirates, archaeological remains and various contents that are exhibited in this heritage house.
Jardines Del Malecón 2000, Guayaquil, Ecuador
In front of the hotel you will find the Malecon Gardens, a place where you can learn about the diversity of more than 350 native plant species and those that have been introduced to the country.
Malecón Simón Bolivar, Guayaquil, Ecuador
Simon Bolivar Pier
This urban park, full of nature, history, tradition and modernism is a tourist attraction that has an extension of 1,5 miles, in which gardens, artificial lagoons, water fountains, lookout points, docks, squares, historic monuments and all attractions, that a tourist needs to enjoy the city.
Cerro Santa Ana, Guayaquil, Ecuador
Santa Ana Hill
Santa Ana Hill is the place where Guayaquil was founded. The 60 meters high hill offers the best 360-degree view of the city. Its a tourist location that is accessed by the Diego Noboa Stairs consisting of 444 steps. Along the way, there are squares, a lighthouse, art galleries, bars and restaurants.
Torre Morisca, Guayaquil, Ecuador
The Moorish Tower
The first public clock goes back to 1800. In 1842, Vicente Rocafuerte, Governor of Guayaquil, brought a clock from Europe, which is the one located on top of the Moorish Tower. The. After many years broken, on June 7, 2013 the clock began to run again, ringing its bronze bell on the hour.
Hemiciclo De La Rotonda, Provincia Libre de, Avenida 9 de Octubre, Guayaquil, Ecuador
The Rotonda Hemicycle
The Rotonda Hemicycle was inaugurated on 1938. The Monument shows Bolivar and San Martin, greeting each other, dressed in military suits while standing in the middle of the hemicycle formed by ten pillars and ten columns that have the flags of the South American countries they liberated.
Museo en Miniatura: Guayaquil en la Historia, Guayaquil, Ecuador
Miniature Museum Guayaquil in History
It was inaugurated on October 26, 2006. The work belongs to the sculptor of Guayaquil, Edgar Cevallos, whose miniature pieces offer a world of fantasy that shows the ancient and historical reality of Guayaquil. It’s amazing detail and beauty transports the viewer through time.
Jardin Botanico de Guayaquil, Calle 24B NE, Guayaquil, Ecuador
These gardens occupy an area of 22,000 square meters. Visitors can appreciate the diversity of over 350 native species of plants and those that have been introduced to the country. The walking - jogging paths are designed to accommodate the movement of the elderly, the handicapped, and children.
Parque Seminario, Chimborazo, Guayaquil, Ecuador
Also known as Parque de las Iguanas (Iguana Park) due to the reptiles that live in that place. The reptiles that measure up to 1 meter in length are the main attraction of the park and mingle amicable among the people.
Catedral Católica Metropolitana de Guayaquil, Chimborazo, Guayaquil, Ecuador
It was elevated to Cathedral status on 1838. Outside in the boardwalk, they will observe in front of him two imposing towers that end in gothic needles. In the center there is a rosette stained-glass window whose colorful glass filters light towards the interior creating a breathtaking effect.
Plaza Guayarte, Parque Lineal, Guayaquil, Ecuador
Plaza Guayarte is a place in Guayaquil with artistic and gastronomic content, located on Avenida Carlos Julio Arosemena. The space is open up to urban artists and entrepreneurs to carry out artistic projects and cultural content in the open air.
Malecón del Salado, 2do Callejon 5 NO, Guayaquil, Ecuador
Pier of the Salado Estuary
An emblematic work of the Municipality of Guayaquil that recovered and rehabilitated this sea arm, which in the past was used to be visited by citizens as a beach but today as a park. A great tourist attraction distributed in two floors, both with views of the estuary and the city.
Plaza de la Administración, Guayaquil, Ecuador
Heritage buildings such as the Municipal Palace, whose construction dates from 1929. This pedestrian walkway houses the monument in honor of Marshal Antonio Jose de Sucre, surrounded by the Fountains of Glory and Grace. The Arosemena passage way is one of the urban attractions of the square.