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Mariscal Sucre, Quito

Informacion practica

La Mariscal se extiende de sur a norte entre las avenidas La Patria y Orellana y de oeste a este entre las avenidas 6 de Diciembre y 10 de Agosto.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • La Mariscal is ideal for travelers interested in nightlife.
  • If you’re traveling with children visit Plaza Borja Yerovi where there is a creatively-designed fountain for them to play in.
  • Admire the ornate mansions along Calle Juan Rodríguez, between Diego de Almagro and Avenida 6 de Diciembre.
  • In between La Mariscal and Old Town are two lovely parks: Alameda and El Ejido.
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How to Get There

La Mariscal neighborhood is northeast of Quito’s Old Town between north-to-south avenues, La Patria and Orellana, and west-to-east avenues, 6 de Diciembre and 10 de Agosto. From the city’s historic center, walk about 20 minutes up 10 de Agosto or take the C1 bus and expect a roughly 12-minute ride.

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When to Get There

The most popular time to visit La Mariscal is after dark, when the bars and clubs can get quite crowded, especially on Friday and Saturday nights until early in the morning. If you come during the day, you’ll catch the artisan markets near Plaza Foch.

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Wildcard

Mindalae Museum At the corner of Niña and Reina Victoria is an excellent ethnohistoric and craft museum dedicated to ceramics, handicrafts, and shamanism. Over five floors, you’ll see outstanding Ecuadorian arts, crafts, and weaponry outlining the history and worldview of the indigenous groups of the Amazon basin and Andean and Afro-Ecuadorian coastal communities. Peruse the handwoven basketry and textiles, sermaics, musical instruments and tools before reaching the top floor, a serene ceremonial space.

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