Guayaquil is located at the south coast of the Pacific, on the banks of the majestic Guayas River and crossed by several estuaries such as El Salado. “La Perla del Pacífico”, as it is known, is endowed with a host of attractions that will make your visit an unforgettable experience.
Among the places you should know in the main port of Ecuador the Malecón Simón Bolívar, one of the most successful urban recovery projects in the Americas, consisting of more than 2.5 km of public areas, culture, entertainment, green areas and history, among other attractions.
A few meters away you will be able to fall in love while walking through the cobbled and narrow streets of Las Peñas, the first neighborhood of Guayaquil with more than 400 years of history, where its characteristic wooden houses painted with bright colors stand out. Walking through the cobbled and narrow streets of Las Peñas (the first neighborhood of Guayaquil with more than 400 years of history) and falling in love with its characteristic wooden houses painted with bright colors, is a task that no traveler can fail to fulfill. In addition, after climbing the 444 steps of Santa Ana Hill and reaching its lighthouse, you will enjoy a unique view of the city.
Variety of museums, parks, discotheques and shopping centers, added to the joy of its people, easy mobility and very accessible prices, make Guayaquil an unmissable destination for both the national tourist and visitors from other regions of the world.
The Pearl of the Pacific awaits you.