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All reviews small church tourist area santa ana art galleries naval museum numbered steps highest point nice view bars and restaurants every corner well worth the effort the river beautiful city safe area nice area felt very safe chapel
...if you want to take the 445 stairs that will lead you to the last level of this trip. Picturesque experience, very nice view from the top. It worth also visiting the church and "Il Pharo" once you managed to arrive up. It is very...More
Quite a beautiful, small church at the top of the hill where El Faro de Guayaquil resides. The interior has gorgeous stain glass windows and it’s a great place to stop and contemplate. The views from right outside the church are quite nice, overlooking the...More
Views from here are awesome; however, be mindful of what route you take (see accompanying pictures). There is a “safe” route and a “dangerous” route. The route you wish to take will be obvious to you as there will “world globe” at the entry point...More
El Cerro Santa Ana is located northeast of the city of Guayaquil, next to the traditional Barrio las Peñas. It covers an approximate area of 13.5 hectares, with a population estimated at 4,105 inhabitants.
Cerro Santa Ana is one of the most important tourist attractions...More
El Cerro Santa Ana is a place located in the city of Guayaquil, at the foot of the Guayas River and next to the traditional Barrio Las Peñas, in the viewpoint of the hill, there are different special activities for tourist use. Cerro Santa Ana,...More
Cerro Santa Ana (hill) is where the city of Guayaquil was born in 1530 by the Spaniards and it became a major port in what is now Ecuador, It's a lovely tourist attraction with a 400 plus steps to the top of the hill where...More
This is a beautiful part of the old city that has been redone. There are artist shop along the way and places to stop for drinks. Getting to the top of the steps you are rewarded by a complete view of the city, both new...More