Heladería San Agustín
After a long day’s hike, La Cascada may ease your weary limbs. The tiny bathhouse has a small pool, a sauna and a hot tub.
Monastery of San Agustín
Two blocks from the Plaza Grande, the Monastery of San Agustín is a fine example of 17th-century architecture. Many of the heroes of...
Quito Antiguo Spanish School
The old town’s only language school offers a wide range of study options, learning-while-traveling programs, volunteer opportunities and...
Recently restored and now standing gloriously over the Plaza del Teatro, this is the city’s most historical theater. Performances range...
Cafetería Modelo II
Cafetería Modelo II offers trappings of old-world style (plus live music some weekend nights) on Venezuela.
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Heladería San Agustín information
The Alvarez Andino family has been making helados de paila (ice cream handmade in big copper bowls) since 1858, making this Quito’s oldest ice-cream parlor and an absolute must for ice-cream fans. Made with real fruit juices, they’re more akin to sorbets.