Quito is considered one of most beautiful cities in South America, declared Cultural Patrimony of Mankind 25 years ago by UNESCO, and since its foundation in 1534, Quito has known how to kept its old charming from other times and now combine it with the characteristics of a modern city.
Quito has all attractions, cultural centers, and tourist infrastructure that any big capital in the world is able to offer. It is the political center of Ecuador and it is divided in four marked districts: the northern part also considered the modern part of the city; the colonial district very well known as the Old Quito, the valleys who surrounded the capital; and, the southern part of this city.
The South of Quito is the most populated area of the city. According to last census most of the people who live here are workers who belong to medium-low class families. The modern infrastructure is brand new and it is relatively easy to go from one place to another.
The southern part of the city has an excellent transportation. Besides the regular buses who go from south to north of Quito, there is also an integrated transportation system which works exactly like in any big city of the world, but much more simple because the “trolebus” goes from north to south or from south to north in line with several small “bus stops” between the two big Trolebus Stations located one in the northern area and the other in the southern one.
In every one of the two big Station, passengers can continue his ride more north or south with the same ticket! Once you leave the Southern Station you will find a modern shopping center with hundreds of stores such as clothing, hardware, banks, grocery store, and much more. This Shopping Center also offers a big area for fast food restaurants.
But you can also find traditional neighborhoods, parks, soccer fields, and of course, the smile of the nice people who live in this part of Quito.
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