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We had a good dinner in Calle La Ronda, but the experience of getting there was less pleasant - the street is full of intrusive touts shouting at tourists, which only motivates me to go somewhere else.
This is by far the best place to shop, drink and eat in Quito. It's really beautiful and you feel very safe. If you go into a bar just check before entering if there is an entrance fee as otherwise you will get stung on...More
We had trouble finding this area. The locals we asked couldn’t even help us! When we got there it was dead. Everything was closed and it didn’t look too remarkable. Guess you have to go at night. We were there in the mid afternoon.
La Ronda is a charming narrow street with many restaurants and some handicraft stores. Touristy but still very nice. Apparently the street has a sordid past, but there is no evidence of that now. I ate here most nights when I visited Quito.
The street was really interesting. Great choices for eating - lots of variety in food and prices. The shopping is more $ than at some of the markets but there were unique items too. People were outside hawking their wares so you can see menus...More
I joined a Free Walking Tour of Historic Quito and La Ronda was part of the tour. It is a colourful street lined with restaurants and small shops and has a good view of the Panecilo(WInged Image of Mother Mary).
Our tour guide gave us...More