Guayaquil, known as 'La Perla del Pacífico'. It's the largest and the most populous city in Ecuador. Its has been a city with a great commercial tradition and now it is betting on tourism, and it is developing as a national and international tourist destination being home of many international fairs and events.
This 4-hour tour will take you to the following points of interest: the Seminario Park, San Pedro Cathedral, Palacio Municipal, Malecón Simon Bolívar, Hemiciclo de la Rotonda, Barrio Tradicional las Peñas, Puerto Santa Ana, Pana Hat Factory "Ecua Andino" and The Light House of Cerro Santa Ana. In July 2001 , the municipality of the city began a process of regeneration in the sector, giving the houses look more colonial. The Cerro Santa Ana is one of the most important points of tourist interest in the city. It is equipped with small squares as well as green areas for recreation and rest. There is a lighthouse at the top of the hill (18 meters high), a chapel and the Naval Museum, a place where guns and other artifacts are kept that were used in the days when the city was besieged by pirates. The most important attraction in this area is the complete view we have of the city.Your tour will start with a pickup from your centrally located hotel in Guayaquil and then it will end at your hotel after we visit the sites mentioned.