Museum of Colonial Art (Museo De Arte Colonial) Tours

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A short stroll from Plaza Grande, the Museum of Colonial Art (or Museo de Arte Colonial) is in a restored 17th century mansion and includes a fine collection of 16th to 18th century paintings, sculpture and furniture.

Works by renowned ‘Quito School’ artists Miguel de Santiago, Manuel Chili (the indigenous artist known as Caspicara), and Bernardo de Legarda feature along with some of Quito's finest colonial art.

The Museo de Arte Colonial is not open on Sunday or Monday.

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The Museo Arte Colonial is in the Old Town on Cuenca street where it crosses with Mejía, two blocks to the northwest of Plaza Grande.

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Address: Cuenca 415, Quito, Ecuador
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Quebrada de Humahuaca Day Trip from Salta Including Purmamarca

Discover the unusual landscape of Quebrada de Humahuaca on this 12-hour excursion from Salta. Travel along an ancient Incan route through multicolored canyons to this gorge, a UNESCO World Heritage Centre. Stop at small indigenous villages like Humahuaca, Purmamarca and Tilcara to view historical adobe churches and ruins. Visit San Salvador de Jujuy, a small city situated among the wooded lowlands, before returning to Salta on Route 9.
  • Duration: 12 hours
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  • Duration: 12 hours
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Half Day Quito City Tour

Enjoy the best of Quito on this 3-hour guided sightseeing tour. Navigate the narrow city streets that wind through colonial and contemporary Quito. Make stops at Independence Plaza and the Presidential Palace. Check out the impressive views from one of the world’s highest capital cities and gain insider knowledge about the culture and history of this Ecuadorian city.
  • Duration: 4 hours
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  • Duration: 4 hours
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