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When putting together this A to Z destination welcome, we were easily reminded that the many treasures and pleasures of Quito & Beyond do not fit easily and briefly under a 26-letter alphabetical listing.  Luckily, on the TMLA exhibition floor, you’ll find the participating supplier companies whose delegates will be filling you in on all the all the amazing attractions and exciting products that fall between A to Z in the Four Worlds of Ecuador.  And alphabetically speaking, Quito gets an A+++ favorite destination rating: In our 43-year history, this is the 6th time this award-winning town has hosted TMLA.   Gracias Amigos of Quito Tourism Bureau.

Kicking off our Experience Quito & Beyond – A to Z is our first entry A-Avenue of the Volcanoes and Amazonia, to be followed by (you guessed it) 25 more leading up to the event.  Enjoy!

A is for Avenue of the Volcanoes and Amazonia

♦ AVENUE of the VOLCANOES, the emblematic corridor of snow-tipped volcanoes --- seven peaks more than 17,000 ft. high and…

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B is for Birds and Banana Republic

♦ Quito is for the BIRDS, with the hummingbirds: colibres, the undisputed super-stars of the area. The urban area of…

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C is for Craft Beer, Cotocachi, & More

♦ CRAFT BEER sampling is IN, with microbreweries are cropping up all over town, each brewing up their cerveza artisanal:…

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D is for Dine, Dance, and Dollar

♦ DINE AROUND QUITO --- on Ecuadorian cuisine: Top suggestions from Ecuador’s delegates to TMLA in 2013 were---in order of…

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E is for Equator and Escondida Trail

♦ The EQUATOR a.k.a. MITAD DEL MUNDO a.k.a. Middle of the World. Located just 20 minutes outside the capital, this…

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F is for Ferias, Fiestas, and Free Wheeling

♦ FERIAS & FIESTAS provide five-star occasions to learn traditions, meet people, and just plain have fun while joining the…

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G is for Getting to High Places in Quito

♦ GETTING TO HIGH PLACES: Top viewpoints for Quito The Teleferiqo aerial tram rides begins on the city’s western fringes,…

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H is for Holy Places and Hop On/Off Bus

♦ HOLY PLACES, LESS VISITED:  Once you have delighted in seeing the city’s grandest churches, La Compania de Jesus and…

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I is for Itchimbia Park and Isla de la Plata

♦ ITCHIMBIA PARK is the place to be for city views at sunset. First check out the Art Nouveau Itchimbia…

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J is for Jardin Botanico, Jogging, and Jacchigua

♦ JARDIN BOTANICO, covering 3.2 acres and designed to showcase Ecuador’s incredible variety of  Andean ecosystems and habitats, is also…

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K is for Kids ♥ Quito and Kallari Chocolate

♦ KIDS ♥ QUITO - Put on your list of the capital’s kid-friendly attractions: Museo Interactivo de Ciencia (Interactive Science Museum),…

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L is for La Ronda, Locro de Papas, and Lloa Parish

♦ LA RONDA is a small neighborhood tucked into the historic center of Old Town Quito. Its main pedestrian-only street…

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