La Ronda has a very lively night life, but it is so quaint and quiet during the day. We strolled through the streets and enjoyed pizza and chocolate.
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I have been here before but went with friends again. La Ronda is the place to go to find the night life in Quito. It is said to be one of the oldest streets. When you enter the gated street, you will see the Ecuadorian...More
Great place for walk at night, unique small stores, and restaurant and Not same thing you see in most tourist area, real handmade craft.
This street in the old Town was restored in 2007. It is a cobbled street just off the Plaza Santa Domingo and has shops, art galleries and cafe restaurants run by local residents.
It is just a street with some restaurants, shops and a nice chocolate café. What makes it interesting though is the reason for the name La ronda. Apparently it's where the guys would stand under the girls balconies and serenade them hoping to get a...More
We strolled this pedestrian street and found a nice place to have a meal and listen (and dance) to traditional Ecuadorean music. Our guide suggested we only access the dark access alleys when we saw other people using them. The ambience along the road is...More
My favorite street in Quito, with centuries of history. Check out Heladería Dulce Placer for some delicious (possibly alcoholic) ice cream and the pretty shops, particularly the gentleman who carves hand-made wooden spinning tops!