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Ecuador’s largest and most populated city boasts one of the most important ports on the Eastern Pacific coast, which is why it was nicknamed the ‘Pearl of the Pacific’ in the mid-17th century. The Malecón 2000…
Ecuador’s largest and most populated city boasts one of the most important ports on the Eastern Pacific coast, which is why it was nicknamed the ‘Pearl of the Pacific’ in the mid-17th century. The Malecón 2000 is a luxurious and impressive 2.5-kilometre boardwalk, recently built on top of the old Malecón Simón Bolívar and is lined with museums, gardens, fountains, shops, restaurants, bars and lookout points. Tourist boats leave its docks and head for the emblematic Guayas river, which was declared a ‘healthy public space’ by the Pan American and World Health Organisations.
Immerse yourself in the history of Guayaquil with an obligatory visit to the oldest neighbourhood of Las Peñas, located at the end of the Malecón, where you can still see vestiges of Colonial times. This was the city’s nucleus, and has been home to important players in both Ecuadorian and world history (Che Guevara worked for free as a paediatrician to his people when he stopped in Guayaquil). Today, it is a bohemian area, mainly inhabited by artists who seek inspiration in its narrow alleyways, old façades and stunning views of the Guayas.
Lovers of nature have plenty of options, as Guayaquil boasts a vast array of natural parks, the most noteworthy being the Guayaquil Historical Park. Located outside the city’s perimeter, the park is home to a mangrove swamp and a wooden walkway that crosses it. Here, you will see numerous species living together in captivity, including white-tailed deer, raccoons, peccaries, ocelots, sloths, monkeys and crocodiles. The park also houses a replica of Ancient Guayaquil, and some of its original buildings were even transferred to the park. This city is without a doubt the best place to discover the main fauna and history of the ‘Pearl of the Pacific’.
Iberia flights to Guatemala have a duration of fifteen hours and the time difference is minus six hours with respect to mainland Spain.
If you take an Iberia flight to discover this destination, you'll arrive at Jose Joaquín de Olmedo International Airport. The airport is located 5 km from the centre of Guayaquil, at Avenida de las Américas.
In Guayaquil the rainy season is very hot, oppressive and cloudy while the dry season is not quite as hot but nevertheless can be sticky with some cloud cover. During the year, the temperature generally ranges from 21º C to 31º C and rarely falls below 19º C or rises above 33º C.
Guayaquil is famous for the happy, friendly nature of the people, who come from all over the country, and the vibrant colours.
Because of the diversity of its population, the city is the cradle of many dishes that are now considered to be a quintessential part of Ecuador's traditions and history.
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