Malecon 2000, Guayaquil
Categories: Piers & Boardwalks, Tourist Spots
A model of urban regeneration, Malecon 2000 provides a wide range of attractions and entertainment options along the Guayas River. Once little more than a pathway, the boardwalk fell into disrepair in the 20th century before its re-inauguration as a public space in 1999. Wander along the 2.5 km (1.5 mi) waterfront packed with monuments, historical buildings, gardens, museums, and more. Afterwards, kick back with a drink or a bite to eat at one of the many food courts, bars, and cafes scattered along its length, or simply find a comfortable green space and people-watch. Use our Guayaquil holiday planner to arrange your visit to Malecon 2000 and other attractions in Guayaquil.
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Lindo lugar pero debo decirlo ya no es lo que era hay fallas en el parqueadero que deben de corregirse ese ess otro mal aspecto pero en sintecis es un lindo lugar observas el rio guayas puedes navegar... read more »Cute place but I must say it already is not what was there are faults in the parking lot which must be corrected that ess another bad aspect but in sintecis it is a nice place to watch the river guayas you can sail in boat morgan on its waters, and there are many things to do in malecon 2000 are 4 stars why not I like the parking lot is very uncomfortable but for the rest okayshow original
La cantidad de gente depende del horario, recomwndable ir de día y cuando no haya mucha gente. La vista es muy buena y se puede conocer más de Guayaquil.The number of people depends on the schedule, staff go day and when there are no people. The view is very good and you can learn more from Guayaquil.show original
No centro da cidade próximo a Catedral,foi revitalizado é bom para caminhar ,mas o que me chamou a atenção foram as barracas dos pintores ao ar livre, fazendo os seu trabalhos na frente dos turistasIn the city centre near the Cathedral, was revitalised is good for walking, but what caught my attention were the tents of outdoor painters, doing your jobs in front of touristsshow original
Safe place to walk along the water. A lot of fast food places which serve typical local food (KFC and McDonalds are also there). We walked all the way down towards La Peña and up to the top of La Peña which has a view over the city. Nothing special overall bit it is a nicer, cleaner part of the city with lots of security guards.
Marco Alcivar Perez
There are tons of stores you can shop in here. It's in a relatively safe part of the city. They also take credit cards in most of the stores here so you don't have to carry cash with you. The clothes here are a bit pricier, but it is worth it for the peace of mind you get from increased security.
Don't like the huge amount of ppl selling water, in the bathroom the soap it's not that good it's more like water
Do you want to buy some stuffs like clothes, shoes, video games? Well, a good option is the Malecón Mall and at the same time you can stroll through the Malecón 2000.
Great place to walk, shop and take photos. I was able to walk a mile of it a few times.
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