Cerro Santa Ana
One of Guayaquil's most iconic sights is this hillside enclave, which is dotted with brightly painted homes, cafes, bars and souvenir...
Fortín del Cerro
This hilltop fort played a critical role in defending the city against pirate attacks during Guayaquil's early days. The cannons are...
Capilla Santa Ana
This tiny church sits atop Cerro Santa Ana. It's worth climbing up here for the magnificent views.
After summiting Cerro Santa Ana, stop in for a breather at this faux pirate ship below the lighthouse. It has drinks and food, and live...
A longstanding hideaway perched over the Río Guayas, Artur’s serves ordinary Ecuadorian fare, but it's a lively starting point spot for...
You can climb the lighthouse for spectacular 360-degree views of the city and its rivers.