Plaza Santo Domingo
Church of Santo Domingo
The Plaza Santo Domingo is beautiful in the evening, when the domes of the 17th-century Church of Santo Domingo , on the southeast side...
Casa de Sucre
A block-and-a-half southeast of La Compañía is the beautifully restored Casa de Sucre , the former home of Mariscal Antonio José de...
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...
Restaurante Vegetariano Ari
Hidden on the 2nd floor of a commercial center, Ari is a colorful, if boxy, space serving a small selection of daily vegetarian specials...
Plaza Santo Domingo information
Near the southwest end of Calle Guayaquil, Plaza Santo Domingo is a regular haunt for street performers, and crowds of neighborhood quiteños fill the plaza to watch pouting clowns and half-cocked magicians do their stuff. The plaza is especially attractive in the evening when the domes of the 17th-century Church of Santo Domingo, on the southeast side of the plaza, are floodlit.