Built in 1878, this stately building anchoring one side of the lively Plaza del Teatro hosts Quito’s best theater, dance and music...
Yanapuma Language School
This excellent foundation-run school is located in the heart of the Centro Histórico in an old building with a light-filled courtyard. A...
Offers a number of ways for volunteers to get involved: teaching English, building houses in remote communities, helping with...
Beautifully restored and looking smart over the Plaza del Teatro, this is the city’s most historical theater. Performances range from...
Café del Teatro
Grab a table on the plaza and enjoy a drink with great views of the Teatro Sucre. Inside, you’ll find a stylish, multilevel...
Manabí N8-131, Teatro National Sucre, 2nd fl · interesting places nearby
On the 2nd floor of the historic Teatro Sucre, creative dishes (crab and mascarpone ravioli, oven-roasted sea bass with wild mushrooms) are served in a theatrically set dining room with heavy curtains and red and black velvets. For pure decadence, try the tasting menu (five courses for $52).