Guayaquil for Remote Workers

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The largest and the most populous city in Ecuador, Guayaquil is the capital of the Ecuadorian province of Guayas.

For people interested in long term travelling and remote work that comprises our future, we list the 20 things that you must do in Guayaquil:-

  1. Enjoyable airport

The airport of Guayaquil is a real enjoyable place with cafes, restaurants and souvenir shops.

  1. River view

The entire stretch of the Guayas River, which flows into the Pacific Ocean at the Gulf of Guayaquil, lying in front of you is a life time experience.

  1. Santay Island

Walking to the island in the middle of the Guayas river to watch the life of the fisher families staying there will practically give you Goosebumps.

  1. Whale watching

A little away from the city is Salinas which is famous for one day trips of whale watching.

  1. Malecon

This is the renovated port dotted with monuments, entertainment, and food. There are playgrounds for the children, workout areas for adults, ponds and an ice rink.

  1. Park Centenario

A visit to the largest park of the city with a large Statue of Liberty dominating the central area of the park gives ample joy.

  1. Santa Ana hill

To experience the most beautiful view of the city, you have to climb the 440 stairs to reach the top of the Santa Ana hill. You will watch the city lighthouse and chapel there.

  1. Visit to the cathedral

A morning visit to metropolitan cathedral will leave your mind peaceful for the rest of your trip.

  1. Delicious food

Enjoy the seafood dishes made in Italian, Spanish and Western African styles.

  1. Sightseeing

A private tour of sightseeing should not be missed at any cost

  1. Historical park

This is a place from which you can have the pleasure of having a spiritual experience.

  1. Soccer games

Watch the match between the Barcelona Sporting Club and the Club Sport Emelec at the stadium in affordable tickets.

  1. Las Penas art

Las Penas is the artistic centre of the city. Many of the area’s 400-year-old houses have been converted into art galleries and several notable artists have studios in the area.

  1. Seaport

These are places for trading activities.

  1. The Palacio Municipal

This is not only a political monument but also an emblem of highest level of architecture.

  1. Small walks

A nice walk during the evenings are memorable.

  1. Boat trip

Well, don’t miss it at Henry Morgan and Malecon Salado. This will leave you fresh and full of renewed energy.

  1. Ecological tour

The Cerro Blanco Forest is the abode of several species of plants, trees, animals, prey and mammal birds.

  1. Iguana watching

To watch them at the Seminario park will be a memory cherished forever.

  1. Shopping

Don’t miss the Bahia which is a popular marketplace for toys, clothing, electronic goods, DVDs, and CDs. The Mercado Artesanal is the largest artisan market in the city selling indigenous crafts, jewelry, and paintings.

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