Guayaquil Travel Guide

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You're Going to Love Guayaquil

Modern, clean, and distinctly South American: that is Guayaquil. From the moment you touch down to the moment you take off again, this beautiful city will ensnare your senses and envelope you with its decadent cuisine, rich history, and vibrant streets.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Guayaquil

What to do in Guayaquil

Cerro Santa Anna
Malecon 2000
La Rotonda
Top activities in Guayaquil

When to Visit Guayaquil

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Beginning in May and continuing through to December, Guayaquil experiences truly pleasant weather. Temperatures reach a peak of 82.4 in July. January to April is also warm but it's mostly rainy.

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When the weather is nice in Guayaquil

How to Get to Guayaquil

Airports near Guayaquil

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Where to Stay in Guayaquil

The Grand Hotel Guayaquil will mesmerize you with its hanging gardens and waterfalls. For comfort on a dime, check in to La Fontana. Budget travelers will appreciate the hospitality at El Manso.

Popular Neighborhoods in Guayaquil

Where to stay in popular areas of Guayaquil

Most booked hotels in Guayaquil

How to Get Around Guayaquil

The Cost of Living in Guayaquil

Shopping Streets

Within the Urdesa neighborhood, there are plenty of upscale shopping spots such as Aventura Plaza and Mall del Sol.

Groceries and Other

A quart of milk costs USD$1.13 and a dozen eggs will run you about USD$2.

Cheap meal
Cheap meal
$5.00
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
$71.25
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
$0.30
Cappuccino
Cappuccino
$2.38

Where to Eat in Guayaquil

A local favorite that's also easy on the pocket, La Parrilla del Ñato is always packed. Enjoy authentic Ecuadorian dishes like grilled meats for around USD$10.