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Book flights to Quito and discover one of the best preserved colonial old towns in South America. Quito is the capital of Ecuador and the second largest city in the country. Visitors to Quito must bear in mind that the city is at an elevation of over 10000 feet, making it the second highest capital city in the world after La Paz, Bolivia. Travelers landing on flights to Quito might need a couple of days to adapt to the altitude. Start with a pleasant walk and explore Quito’s colonial core with its Spanish colonial architecture, cobblestoned streets, plazas, museums and churches. The old town also has many outdoor cafes and restaurants as well as artisans selling traditional arts and crafts. A lot of travelers book flights to Quito to enroll in one of its many Spanish language school. The local Spanish is considered easier to learn and understand for non Spanish speakers as it has a fairly neutral accent and it’s traditionally spoken relatively slowly when compared to stronger and faster accents along the coast. Visitors landing on flights to Quito will first notice the snow capped strato-volcanoes that flank the city. The snows of the Cotopaxi volcano (19,340 feet) can be clearly seen from downtown Quito. A cable car takes visitors from Quito up 19000 feet to a flank of the Pichincha volcano, offering panoramic views of Quito and the surrounding volcanoes. Book flights to Quito and visit ‘the middle of the world’; this is a monument to the equator, built about 200 meters from the imaginary line that divides the world into northern and southern hemispheres. This is a very popular day trip and the local village offers a museum and exhibits. Quito also has many modern shopping malls and great local food. Traditional arts and crafts are also a great buy, including colorful textiles and pottery. Find flights to Quito on Vayama and discover one of the colonial jewels of South America.