The tour begins in Plaza de San Sebastián, which constitutes the western colonial border of the city, then you'll visit the museum of modern art and walk through the historic area of the city to visit the San Francisco market, the flower market, the culture house, the Calderón Abdón park, and the Old Cathedral (without entering).
Then, you'll visit the New Cathedral, which is the largest in the country and see its famous golden leaf canopy.
After that, you'll head to the Homero Ortega Sombrero Panama factory to see the complete manufacturing process of the Panama hat, which is without a doubt, the most important in Ecuador. Later you'll visit El Barranco (the ravine), with its colonial-style terraced houses located next to the Tomebamba River.
The last stop will be the Broken Bridge, where you'll visit the tourist balcony of Turi and enjoy the panoramic view of the city.