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Travelled to Guayaquil after 3 years and was very pleased to visit new places like Santa Ana Port. The restaurants all look amazing which made it difficult to choose one to eat. All with views of Guayas River. We decided to go for seafood and...More
Located at the end of Malecon 2000, this new landmark try to rescue a forgotten place for an exclusive experience with boutique hotel and apartments plus good dining and a gorgeous view of the Guayas river
Santa Ana Port is an area of the downtown waterfront that the city has cleaned up and made very viable to stroll about. They have done a good job creating a friendly atmosphere. A few empty storefronts but overall okay
Santa Ana Port is an interesting place- up the hill you have the very old and original houses, in multiple colours, of Guayaquil, it's Guayaquil's cradle, next you have very high buildings, very modern with a lot of glass and interesting architecture. The view is...More