Quito (Ecuador)

Cruise Port schedule, map, terminals, news

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Region
South America - Galapagos

Coordinates
-0.14632 S, -78.48905 W

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The city of Quito (Peru's capital) is located on the lower slopes of Pichincha volcano in a fertile valley of the Andes at an elevation of 9,350 ft (2,850 m) above sea level. Quito (formally named San Francisco de Quito) is the oldest capital in South America. It retains a colonial centre, currently a World Heritage Site, where narrow cobbled streets dip into ravines. The city is laid out according to a rectangular plan with expansive central Plaza de la Independencia dominated by 16th-century cathedral, flower gardens and quiet parks. Architecture is chiefly in Spanish Baroque style. Notable buildings include Palacio de Gobierno, Palacio Arzobispal and the churches of La Compañía, Santo Domingo, San Francisco and San Agustin. The Basilica of Guapulo is perched on the edge of a ravine, and has many fine carvings and paintings. Museums in the city are well worth a visit particularly Museo Nacional del Banco Central del Ecuador.

The native city of Quito was conquered by the Incas in 1487 and by the Spanish in 1534. It was liberated by South American troops in 1822, in their revolt against Spanish rule. The city was Ecuador's chief economic centre until early 20th century, when it was displaced by Guayaquil. Quito was damaged by several earthquakes in the 19th century.

Most Galapagos islands cruises start with flights from Quito to Baltra Island, being the departure port. Galapagis cruise deals are usually inclusive of both flights (Quito to Baltra, and the reverse Baltra to Quito), as well as of the shore excursions offered in all ports of call along the ship's itinerary.


Highlights: Colonial buildings, Cathedral, Churches

Quito tours, shore excursions, hotels

City Tours and Shore Excursions

Quito guided city sightseeing (Legislative Palace), tour to the San Francisco Monastery, visiting La Compania Church, Oswaldo Guayasamin's Museum (Ecuadorian painter and sculptor).

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Port Quito cruise ship schedule shows timetable calendars of all arrival and departure dates by month. The port's schedule lists all ships (in links) with cruises going to or leaving from Quito, Ecuador. To see the full itineraries (ports of call dates and arrival / departure times) and their lowest rates – just follow the corresponding ship-link.

  1. January, 2017
Day Ships in port
Monday
2 January, 2017
Monserrat(arriving at 02 Jan)
Tuesday
3 January, 2017
Estrella del Mar(arriving at 03 Jan)
Thursday
5 January, 2017
Xavier III(departing at 05 Jan)
Saturday
7 January, 2017
Celebrity Xpedition(departing at 07 Jan)
Monday
9 January, 2017
Monserrat(departing at 09 Jan)
Xavier III(arriving at 09 Jan)
Tuesday
10 January, 2017
Estrella del Mar(arriving at 10 Jan)
Friday
13 January, 2017
Estrella del Mar(departing at 13 Jan)
Monserrat(arriving at 13 Jan)
Saturday
14 January, 2017
Celebrity Xpedition(departing at 14 Jan)
Estrella del Mar(arriving at 14 Jan)
Sunday
15 January, 2017
Yolita II(departing at 15 Jan)
Celebrity Xpedition(arriving at 15 Jan - departing at 15 Jan)
Monday
16 January, 2017
Monserrat(arriving at 16 Jan)
Tuesday
17 January, 2017
Estrella del Mar(arriving at 17 Jan)
Thursday
19 January, 2017
Xavier III(departing at 19 Jan)
Saturday
21 January, 2017
Celebrity Xpedition(departing at 21 Jan)
Sunday
22 January, 2017
MV Isabela II(departing at 22 Jan)
Celebrity Xpedition(arriving at 22 Jan - departing at 22 Jan)
Monday
23 January, 2017
Monserrat(departing at 23 Jan)
Xavier III(arriving at 23 Jan)
Tuesday
24 January, 2017
Estrella del Mar(arriving at 24 Jan)
Friday
27 January, 2017
Estrella del Mar(departing at 27 Jan)
Monserrat(arriving at 27 Jan)
Saturday
28 January, 2017
Celebrity Xpedition(departing at 28 Jan)
MV Isabela II(arriving at 28 Jan - departing at 28 Jan)
Sunday
29 January, 2017
Yolita II(departing at 29 Jan)
Celebrity Xpedition(arriving at 29 Jan - departing at 29 Jan)
Monday
30 January, 2017
Monserrat(arriving at 30 Jan)
Tuesday
31 January, 2017
Estrella del Mar(arriving at 31 Jan)
Friday
6 January, 2017
Monserrat(arriving at 06 Jan)
Sunday
8 January, 2017
Celebrity Xpedition(arriving at 08 Jan - departing at 08 Jan)
Friday
20 January, 2017
Monserrat(arriving at 20 Jan)
Wednesday
25 January, 2017
MV Isabela II(arriving at 25 Jan - departing at 27 Jan)