On the side of the hills that separate Quito from the Cumbayá Valley is a traditional neighborhood that delights its visitors with its cheerful houses and bohemian atmosphere.

Guapulo is a place where 2 environments coexist. On the one hand, there is the traditional residential area, and on the other is that bohemian and cultural sector that comes to life from the afternoon.

A perfect place to visit it in the morning or in the evening. The Church of Guapulo, an ancient monastery of colonial construction, is one of the main attractions of this neighborhood. Also, there are several bars and restaurants with a spectacular view of the valley.

In the morning it is inevitable to visit the center of the neighborhood to enjoy the baroque art that persists there; Walk the little streets and take a little sun.

In the afternoon, the tranquility of the area invites at that time to have a coffee, a jug of cinnamon or, why not, a boiled wine to scare the cold of the evening.

Without a doubt, Guapulo is a place you can not miss during your visit to Quito. If you are looking for a good restaurant to enjoy a snack and something to drink, Ananké Pizzeria is the recommended place.