In this village you can find a wide variety of the traditional sweets of this region: alfajores, encocados and much more.
One of the delights of this place is the encocado. Those who prepare it are friendly and smile a lot. Lots of people can teach you how to prepare this dish.
Quito is the third capital of more height in the world. Extended over the bottom of the Pichincha, is easy to find beautiful perspectives to photograph.
There you have to visit the church of Balbanera, the first church made in Ecuador in 1534. Its a simple construction with a high historical value.
In order to appreciate the beauty of Cuenca, it is necessary to climb to El Turi. You can get there by feet, on tourist buses or by car.