Very close to the colonial downtown center of the city
and 10 minutes to "La Mariscal area" where you can find pubs, bars and restaurants .
A few blocks from the House of Ecuadorian Culture (CCE) is the neighborhood of La Alameda, part of the historic center of Quito, recognized by UNESCO as Cultural Heritage of Humanity. The neighborhood La Alameda, developed at the beginning of the 19th century, is one of the first neighborhoods of Quito outside the original Downtown center
Fully Furnished Room in a House Share in the Heart of Downtown Quito.
Shared Kitchen and Dinning Room.
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