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Guayaquil is the largest and the most populous city in Ecuador. It is also
the capital of the province of Guayas and the seat of its eponymous canton.
Located on the western bank of the Guayas River, this Pacific port city is
usually the first thing to greet visitors into the Galapagos Islands.
Guayaquil features a profound historical identify and consequently is home
to many architecturally-sound historical sites. The star of the show,
however, is the magnificent Malecon 2000, a 2-mile-long seaside promenade
that takes a visitor through scenic gardens, top-class museums and shopping
Things to do in Guayaquil
Malecón 2000 is a world-class, scenic boardwalk overlooking the Guayas
River in the Ecuadorian port city of Guayaquil. It is one of the most
ambitious urban renewal projects undertaken by the state government and
runs for a length of nearly 1.5 miles. The boardwalk is dotted with South
America’s first IMAX theatre and many historical sites, museums, gardens,
fountains, and restaurants, bars and food courts.
Museo Antropologico y de Arte Contemporaneo (or Anthropology and
Contemporary Art Museum)
The Anthropology and Contemporary Art Museum is a treat for all those
visitors who are interested in knowing more about the evolution of art in
Guayaquil. It comprises 50000 native Ecuadorian archaeological pieces and
over 3000 modern works of art related to Ecuadorian, Latin American and
Pre-Columbian cultural styles. The art museum is an integral part of the
Malecón 2000 riverwalk.
La Perla is a 56-meter-high Ferris wheel located in Guayaquil. Built at an
astronomical cost of USD 4.5 million dollars, this attraction is also an
important part of the riverside promenade called Malecon 2000.
Best Time to Visit Guayaquil
Summer and winter seasons, (the months from June to August and December and
January) are the best to book your flights from Fort Lauderdale to
Guayaquil. Book your flights from FLL to GYE during this time of the year
to enjoy famous cultural events like Simon Bolívar Day (July 24), National
Independence Day (Aug 10), Christmas Day (Dec 25) and New Year
celebrations. It is advised to book Guayaquil flights in advance to avoid
paying more during peak season.