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The Middle of The World and Urband Legends of Quito - "Small Group"

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Visit the Equatorial Monument at the dividing of the northern and southern hemispheres. The 30-meter Middle of the World Monument (Ciudad Mitad del Mundo Monument) was built honor the French expedition, and houses a small museum containing a variety of indigenous Ecuadorian items. Join this 3-hour tour and explore on the the world's most unique locations and admire the attractive illuminated churches at night and learn about urban legends related to the history of the city.

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Stop At: Mitad Del Mundo, Avenida Manuel Cordova Galarza KM. 13/5, San Antonio de Pichincha, Quito 170180 Ecuador

You can see the monument that divides the northern hemisphere from the southern hemisphere of the planet. Here you can live experiences that defy the laws of physics and occur only in this part of the world.

Duration: 3 hours

Stop At: Basilica del Voto Nacional, Carchi 122 y Venezuela., Quito 170150 Ecuador

Considered to be the largest neo-gothic temple in America

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Fundacion Iglesia de la Compania, Garcia Moreno N 10-43, Quito 170150 Ecuador

One of Quito's best-known Jesuit churches due to its large central nave, which is deeply decorated with gold leaves, gilded plaster and wood carvings

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: San Francisco De Asis Church, Eduardo Flores, Quito 170133, Ecuador

It's located in the historic center, on Calle Cuenca 477 and Sucre. To the front a square, with its same name, turns it into an imposing architectural work.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: El Panecillo, Costado del Centro Historico, Quito 170150 Ecuador

An iconic place in the city, renowned for its beauty, and where is a giant statue of the "Winged Virgin", where you can admire a beautiful landscape of colonial and modern Quito.

Duration: 20 minutes