Quito is the capital city of Ecuador and boasts a population of more than 2 million people, offers a wide-range of activities and recreation options for its residents, and was one of the first cities to be named a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Major restoration projects were recently completed in Quito’s Old City or historical center which hosts a number of churches, convents, public squares, museums, restaurants and cafes. The northern district caters more to tourists, and the Mariscal Sucre is a popular area among foreigners for restaurants, bars, dancing and night-life.
(offers Portuguese classes)
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