A very sentimental alley in the area, but it is the most famous commercial and leisure street. There are many great shops to Taobao, as well as many food-related shops, to taste the local style chocolate, nighttime bar here to enjoy South American life style. Sometimes I met some lovely street sculptures, which made me feel enthusiastic and unrestrained in this historic and cultural district.
Longda Street is the busiest commercial street in Quito, which leads directly to Independence Square and the Presidential Palace. This is a very rare street in South America. Tourists who come here on weekends or holidays can definitely compete with Nanjing Road in Shanghai. There are many shops and restaurants here. If you want to taste delicious food or shop, you must come here to visit.
Longda Street is the most important commercial street in the old city of Quito. The streets are not very wide. Every day there are crowded tourists. On both sides of the street are all kinds of restaurants and bars. It's very busy during the day and at night. It's a good choice if you want to buy some Ecuadorian local products.
After visiting El Nio, I arrived at the scenic spot by bus. The bus fare was only 40 cents, and it took about an hour and a half to arrive. All the tickets added up to $7.5. Visitors could visit all the scenic spots one by one - "museums, astronomical museums, railway stations, etc. It should be noted that for older people, the fare could be half-price discount. The museum here is worth seeing. Take the elevator to the second floor and enjoy the scenery from another angle. If you walk to several floors of the exhibits, you will find modern-style paintings hanging on the walls. The top floor of the museum is about the churches of ancient colonies, and it will ring bells from time to time to enjoy the pleasant time.
We happened to find this interesting Street on a map of the city. This crowded street is full of cafes, shops and galleries, artists and craftsmen displaying and selling their stuff. There are many restaurants there. Because it rained, we needed a rest, so we enjoyed coffee and a fig bread in a small bakery. After shopping, we had dinner in La Primera Casa. The neighborhood is charming, with cobbled streets, cast iron balconies and coloured flags. Ronda Street is just south of Sunday Square, next to Calle Guayaquil. Just go through the arch.
Longda Street is one of the most traditional and representative streets in the old city. It shows the style and artistic flavor of the colonial period. From the 19th century to the 20th century, Quito had many famous musicians, poets and historians.
There are many shops and restaurants in a busy commercial street. Especially in the street, there are some musicians performing, all kinds of handicraft arts.
A very sentimental alley, many sentimental buildings.