There is a Metrobus and Ecovia station in front of Mia Leticia on Avenida Pichincha.
Quito offers a wide range of possibilities when it comes to means of transport. In fact, there are different kinds of buses available: 'especial', 'interparroquial' and 'popular'. Moreover, public transportation services include a fleet of taxis as well. Make sure the taxi you catch has the name of the company it belongs to in the door, not to be cheated.
In order to access the city it is recommended to catch the Trolleybus or the 'Ecovía'. The trolleybus runs all over the city and offers direct access to the city's main station: Cumandá Terminal.
All flights bound for Quito must land at the Mariscal Sucre International Airport, where a wide variety of services are offered.
This airport is located 2813 meters above sea level and the public opening hours are from 5:45 a.m. to 1:00 a.m. Migration and meteorology service, petrol supply among others are some of the main services that are provided here.