Take a walk through the colourful buildings. It is one of the nicest area of Guayaquil, and is very photogenic.
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The title says it all: to refurbish is to live, I'm not sure if there's an equivalent in English but it means that when one improves what surrounds us life improves. A universal truth that is evident in what's happened to Guayaquil, and more so...More
Unfortunately only the lower part is in good shape, the higher you climb, - and a climb it is, - the more run down. As Guayaquil does not have that many 'historical' parts, this one should be preserved. and what a shame with the new...More
Most people visit Las Penas after strolling along the Malecon. My boyfriend bought two original paintings, there are several art shops. We also stopped for some Ecuadorian treats and beer along the way. Avoid this activity in the mid day sun...
Colourful houses set on a hill with the ruins of a fort. There are over 400 steps to the top, where you are rewarded with 360degree views of the city. There is also a small lighthouse which you can also climb to the top of,...More
Have a walk and climb the 444 steps to the top of Las Penas while having a beer in the numerous restaurants and bars, they are all very cheap and they sell everything from snacks to local gastronomy. You need to be fit for the...More