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All reviews empanadas nice street chocolate shop cobblestone street fun street artisan shops typical food street performers old town tourist police police presence night life colonial quito both sides canelazo stroll tiff
La Ronda - this is just an area of super architecture and stores right off the Plaza area….an easy walk from the Plaza and well worth it!!! Lots of stores and cool buildings to look at and admire!!!!!!!
Nice to visit, nice to walk through. Lots of restaurants on both sides of the street with obviously much competition. Lots of young guys and girls touting for business. Other than that really very interesting and worth a visit.
To be fair this street looked interesting, but most of the places were shut when we went. There were a couple of galleries open and a chocolate shop. Beyond that it was a case of noting the historical houses. On reflection I think a guided...More
We stayed in a lovely boutique hotel on this street (Hotel La Ronda). We ventured out at night to find the streets filled with mostly young people having a good time. There are many small restaurants open as well, although we sampled none.
We chose a hotel on La Ronda precisely because it was a pedestrian only street.
Clearly Urban redevelopment going exactly as it should.
A lively, interesting area with lots of little artisanal tiendas and speciality shops worth exploring.
Lots of goid little eating places too....More
This beautiful walkway is teeming with life at all parts of the day. It is the one place in the immediate area that is pretty safe on the whole. There are a number of quirky bars and restaurants offering all sorts of food and drinks...More
Enjoyable walk through La Ronda before stopping for Empanadas Verde and some wonderful local music by two amazing musicians. Lots to see and do in Quito with an evening visit to La Ronda on the must do list.