Guayaquil Free Walking Tour
Guayaquil free walking tour takes you through the largest city in Ecuador and the main port of the country. Known for its lively atmosphere and rich history, Guayaquil offers a wide variety of cultural and recreational activities. Visitors can explore the city’s historic neighborhoods, such as Las Peñas, and take in the views from the Malecon 2000, a beautiful waterfront promenade. In addition to its rich cultural heritage, Guayaquil is also a great base for exploring the surrounding region, with many opportunities for hiking, bird-watching, and other outdoor activities.
Meeting point: Malecon 2000
Start times: 11:00 hrs / 18:00 hrs
Duration: 2 hours
Price: Tip only basis
Important: Please remember to check your ticket after booking to ensure you don’t miss any updates from your guide.
Free Walking Tour Guayaquil – Itinerary
Free walking tour Guayaquil starts at the Malecon 2000, a beautiful waterfront promenade that offers stunning views of the Guayas River. From there, we’ll head to the Las Peñas neighborhood, a charming colonial area that is home to many historic buildings and colorful houses. Here, you’ll get to see some of the city’s most iconic landmarks, such as the Santa Ana Hill and the La Pila del Carmen fountain.
Next, we’ll make our way to the Mercado Artesanal, a popular market where you can find a wide variety of handmade goods, including textiles, ceramics, and other crafts. Here, you’ll get to see the local artisans at work and learn about the different traditions and cultures of Ecuador.
Afterwards, we’ll head to the Parque de las Iguanas, a small park located in the heart of the city. This park is home to a large population of iguanas, which are considered a symbol of the city. You’ll get to see these friendly creatures up close and learn about their importance to the local culture.
Finally, we’ll end our tour at the Malecon Simon Bolivar, a beautiful promenade that offers great views of the city. Here, you’ll get to take in the sights and sounds of Guayaquil, and learn about its history and culture. You’ll also have the opportunity to ask questions or get suggestions for the rest of your stay in Guayaquil.