The history of Guayaquil goes back to its first foundation on 14 August 1534, after several migratory foundations on Cerro Santa Ana.
The Nahím Isaías Museum offers an insight into the history of Guayaquil. It contains around 2,500 pieces.
La Rotonda brings to life the meeting between Bolívar and San Martín. A historic moment engraved in this iconic monument of the city.
Museum of Anthropology and Contemporary Art – MAAC, holds transcendental archaeological research of Ecuador.
Puerto Santa Ana and its pulsating rhythm. A gastronomic combination in the fresh air.
The traditional Barrio Las Peñas is the first residential district Guayaquil had. From here, the city was founded until today.
The Palacio de Cristal has been one of Guayaquil’s landmarks since its construction began in 1905.
The Guayaquil General Cemetery is an open-air museum where you can visualise the beauty, art and history of Guayaquil.
According to the Ecuadorian Development Bank, tourism is one of the fastest growing sectors of the economy, accounting for 10.2 % of GDP.
Welcome to this cultural tour in Guayaquil along the banks of the Estero Salado. An experience that can be done all year round to get to know the spaces dedicated to culture.
Visit Quito’s historic centre. The Ecuadorian capital has the best preserved historic centre in Latin America.
The Seminario or iguana Park. A lovely space dedicated to the contemplation of biodiversity in Guayaquil’s downtown.
According to the UN, the clothing industry is the second most polluting industry in the world. And, currently, consumers buy 60% more clothes than a decade ago and garments are not even worn 10 times before they are discarded.
Discover Guayaquil on this tour. The tour goes through some iconic places: the Cathedral, Parque de las Iguanas, Malecón 2000, Las Peñas neighbourhood and Puerto Santa Ana. A tour that allows you to visit a lot of traditional historical and cultural places of Guayaquil along the Guayas River.
A visit to the Malecón 2000 means experiencing Guayaquil’s history and feeling the magic of a walk along the Guayas River.
Plaza de la administracion. A much visited place because of the unorthodox and eclectic neoclassical architecture of the buildings.
The Governor’s Palace is considered one of the most important public buildings in the city, with a unique architecture.
Guayaquil Cathedral. The heart of the faith of the Guayaquil people. A symbol of faith and culture of the city.
The Municipal Museum keeps the cultural legacy of Guayaquil since its origins.
Explore the City Hall of Guayaquil. A witness to the growth and changes the city has experienced.