VOLCANOES & TRAINS
This is pretty impressive given that it was built at the turn of the 20th century.
On the way, the train passes through the famous “Avenue of Volcanoes”, which provides such magnificent panoramic views of the Andes that it makes it difficult to decide which side to look. However, one cannot miss the snowcapped Cotopaxi Volcano, which dominates the scenery.
It also passes by traditional colonial haciendas and indigenous people who represent rural life in the Andes.
The train has seats on the roof which you can use, making the trip an unforgettable experience.
Once you arrive at “Boliche” there is a picnic area and walking paths that provide great viewpoints of Cotopaxi.
Moreover, it is only 30 kilometers, passing through a variety of contrasting landscapes, which are home to different cultures.