Day by day activities


4 days / 3 nights

One of the best ways to immerse in a different culture is through an exploration of its gastronomy. Quito offers a fantastic culinary getaway. Here you will find some of the best restaurants in the country, as well as some of the oldest and traditional ones. You will be able to visit the city’s markets and learn more about the produces of the country in the middle of the world. Let all your senses be present and indulge in a gastronomical experience!

Day 1:  Quito, the Historic Center’s flavors

Discover Quito’s beautiful Historic Center, named World Heritage Site by the UNESCO

Visit some traditional gastronomic “holes in the wall.” Learn about traditional candies and taste all of them

Enjoy an Ecuadorian lunch

Taste different types of Ecuadorian coffees at a traditional coffee shop in the Historic Center

Accommodation: Quito, the city in the middle of the world

Meals: snacks, lunch, coffee tasting


 Day 2: The middle of the world

Visit the Middle of the World Monument, situated at 0o0’0” latitude

Head to the Intiñan Museum, a cultural and educational center for cosmic and scientific research on the natural of the middle of the world

For lunch, visit a fine dining Ecuadorian restaurant for a fusion of modern cooking techniques with ancestral ways of preparation.

Walk around La Floresta neighborhood and stroll around the wide variety of artsy shops and cafés

Take a chocolate class to learn about the Ecuadorian fine aroma cacao, one of the best in the world

End your day with a romantic view on top of Santo Domingo’s church cupolas, where some delicious Ecuadorian appetizers will be served

Accommodation: Quito, the city in the middle of the world

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner appetizers and wine


Day 3: Hands in the dough!

Visit the San Francisco Market, one of the oldest markets in the city to experiment different types of produce

Get an herbal cleanse to attract good energies at the San Francisco Market

Enjoy a cooking class and learn how to prepare an Ecuadorian delicacy

Visit La Ronda neighborhood, a traditional street representing bohemian art in Old Quito

Taste the craziest ice cream flavors, honoring Ecuadorian traditional recipes like corn and cheese, figs, and more

For dinner, break bread with a specialist in Ecuadorian food.

Accommodation: Quito, the city in the middle of the world

Meals: breakfast, lunch, dinner

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  • Deluxe Hotel accommodation in Quito
  • Private transportation and guidance
  • Middle of the World Complex and Intiñan Museum tickets
  • Bilingual English – Spanish guide
  • Meals detailed on the program


  • Beverages
  • Tips, gratuities and personal expenses
  • Travel Insurance