Casa de Sucre
Casa Museo María Augusta Urrutía
On Calle García Moreno, just southwest of Calle Sucre, you’ll find the Casa Museo María Augusta Urrutía . Of Quito’s house museums, this...
Church of El Sagrario
Beside the cathedral on García Moreno stands the 17th-century Church of El Sagrario , originally intended as the main chapel of the...
La Compañía de Jesús
On Calle Sucre, is Ecuador’s most ornate church, La Compañía de Jesús , capped by green-and-gold domes visible from Plaza San Francisco...
Jugos de la Sucre
For a freshly squeezed serving of vitamins, this popular juice stand is hard to beat. Try passion fruit, orange or a dozen other flavors.
Opened in 1950, Cafetería Modelo is one of the city’s oldest cafés and a great spot to try traditional snacks such as empanadas de...
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Casa de Sucre information
A block-and-a-half southeast of La Compañía is the beautifully restored Casa de Sucre , the former home of Mariscal Antonio José de Sucre, the hero of Ecuadorian independence, and now a small museum full of early-19th-century furniture.