Flight Deal: Multiple Cities To Quito, Ecuador For As Low As $321
Photo Credit: Mike Matthews Photography| Getty Images

Photo Credit: Mike Matthews Photography| Getty Images

Flight Deal: Multiple Cities To Quito, Ecuador For As Low As $321

Deals , Ecuador , Quito , Ecuador
DeAnna Taylor
DeAnna Taylor May 6, 2019

Looking to check South America off your list this year? Can’t seem to find an affordable way to get there? Don’t stress, we have you covered.

Copa Airlines is currently offering a deal from multiple U.S. cities to Quito, Ecuador. The lowest priced routes are out of Chicago and Los Angeles.

Other departure cities include Miami, San Francisco, and New York. There may be other cities under this deal, but these departure cities offer the lowest prices.

In order to take advantage of this deal, you must be willing to travel between September and December. The specific dates will vary based on your departure city.

To find and book this deal, head to a travel search engine such as Skyscanner. You can use their fare matrix to pull out the cheapest dates by month. Once you figure out the month that is best for you, the search engine will provide several 3rd party links to purchase the flight for the lowest price.

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Quito sits high in the Andean foothills at an altitude of 2,580 meters. As the capital of Ecuador, it is known for it’s well-preserved colonial center. For several years it has been deemed “The most beautiful big city in South America.”

According to HuffPost, If you only have one day in Quito, spend it in Old Town, the first-ever locale in the world to be designated a UNESCO World Heritage site. Covering more than 800 acres, this is the largest historic center in the Americas, with an over-abundance of ancient thick-walled, tile-roofed colonial buildings, churches, museums, and more.

Art lovers, go directly to the Bellavista neighborhood to the former home of famous Ecuadorian painter Oswaldo Guayasamín and one of the city’s most impressive art museums, the Capilla del Hombre, dedicated to the indigenous and exploited people of Latin America.