Atuntaqui

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Roughly 45 miles southwest of Atuntaqui is where you will find the city of Quito.

Why not pay a visit to San Antonio de Pichincha to see Mitad del Mundo Monument? You'll locate San Antonio de Pichincha 25 miles to the southwest of Atuntaqui.

Take some time to discover the wonders of this region's environmental reserves. A couple of close by locations are La Piedra Chapetona (7 miles away) and Peguche Waterfall (6 miles away).

Experience the natural world at Condor Park. It's close by and ideal for those in need of some tranquility.

If your family heads 4 miles from Atuntaqui, you will come to Cotacachi. A trip here allows you the chance to visit Tahuantinsuyo Weaving Workshop and El Lechero. Crafts Market and Otavalo Market are more sights you should check out. These are around 5 miles out of Atuntaqui, in Peguche.

When it's time to spread your wings, check out a regional center that's close by. Otavalo is around 9 miles away and features attractions for the whole family, such as Instituto Otavaleño de Antropología, Poncho Plaza and Cotocachi Cultural Museum. If time allows, also drop in at Cuicocha Lake and Galeria Gabriel Ceballos Ulloa.

If you really want to get to know Ibarra, take the time to stop at its bars, cafés and restaurants.

Tourists are sure to see a lot of rice and potatoes, two of the most prized regional ingredients.

Why don't you try llapingachos (cheese and potato patties) or cuy (roast guinea pig)? These two menu options are staples around here.

Try some come y bebe (drinkable fruit salad) when you have finished your meal. This mouthwatering dessert is perfect for sweet tooths.

Find yourself a bottle of Cherusker Roja, one of this region's homegrown beers.

Coffee, a non-alcoholic drink, is the ideal choice at any time of the day.

If you want to drink like a local, order up a glass of Ron San Miguel, a fiery spirit.

While you're preparing to set off on your journey, why not memorize some useful words in Spanish? Muchas gracias means thank you. ¡Feliz cumpleaños! (happy birthday) is also good to know.

National pride is usually bubbling over on the 10th of August for Independence Day.

After you have spent your last U.S. dollars and it's time to depart, remember to say a last "Adiós" to Atuntaqui.

Mariscal Sucre International Airport is your handiest airport at 35 miles to the south, so just make sure you leave yourself enough time.

There are only a few hotels near Atuntaqui on the Expedia lodging page, so it's a good idea to book ahead of time.

Some of the accommodation options worth checking out in and around Atuntaqui are the La Mirage Garden Hotel And Spa and San Andrés Lodge & Spa.


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