Las Cuevas de Luís Candela
Museo Alberto Mena Caamaño
Get a glimpse of Quito’s early colonial history (and some rather lifelike wax figures) in the Museo Alberto Mena Caamaño .
Palacio del Gobierno
The heart of the old town is the Plaza Grande (formally known as Plaza de la Independencia), a picturesque, palm-fringed square...
Two blocks northwest of the Plaza Grande, you’ll find La Merced , constructed between 1700 and 1742. At 47m, its tower is the highest in...
For 50 years, the Vaca Meza family has been serving one of Ecuador’s favorite dishes, guatita, a tripe-and-potato stew in a seasoned,...
Benalcázar 713 & Chile · interesting places nearby
Las Cuevas de Luís Candela information
Built in the vaulted cellar of an old-time building, this atmospheric and windowless Spanish/Ecuadorian restaurant has been around since 1963. Bullfighting greats Manolo and Manolete both ate here.