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Private Half-Day City Tour Including Turi Viewpoint

Private Half-Day City Tour Including Turi Viewpoint
Duration:
4 hours
From:
USD 36.00
Head through amazing churches, beautiful historical buildings with wrought iron balconies, and carved wooden doors amidst a flower market, art galleries, main squares, and more.

Private Devil's Nose Train and Ingapirca Ruins Tour

Private Devil
Duration:
Flexible
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USD 149.00
One of the finest and most daring feats of engineering that the world had seen. Descending switchbacks down a shear the train connects the Andes mountains to the coast. In this tour we will also visit Ingapirca, the most important remains from the Incas in Ecuador.<br /><br /><strong><strong>Highlights: <br /></strong></strong> <ul> <li>Take a ride on one of the greatest railroad engineering feats, the famous Devil's Nose Train.</li> <li>See amazing panoramic views of unforgettable Andean landscapes full of contrasts</li> <li>Visit the Ingapirca Ruins, Ecuador's largest Pre-Columbian archeological site </li> </ul>

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Mariscal Lamar Airport (CUE) Private Transfer



We offer private transfers at this destination. If you have any questions or would like to customize any private Mariscal Lamar Airport transfer listed, please contact us. To ensure availability, we strongly recommend booking our transfer services at least 48 hours prior to your scheduled arrival or departure. Mariscal Lamar Airport shuttle transfers are also available.



   

Mariscal La Mar Airport Private Transfer Private Car Transfers

Mariscal La Mar Airport Private Transferairport transfer



Car Or Minivan (Private Transfer) from USD 7
Meet and Greet Transfer



We offer a private airport transfer service to/from Mariscal La Mar Airport for clients who value comfort, safety, speed and efficiency whether traveling for business or for pleasure. Upon arrival, you will be greeted by our driver / representative carrying a sign with your name and they'll assist you with your luggage to the waiting vehicle to get you on the road in the quickest and easiest way to your destination. To ensure your peace of mind, we carefully select only the most experienced and reliable operators in each city. Please Note - Each passenger is allowed one piece of luggage. Please advise upon booking if you will be traveling with more than one suitcase.


This transfer service runs to various destinations, please see the transfer details for destinations served and pricing | Private transfer FAQ's





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Last Updated: 4 Jan 2017