The sector of La Concepción, allows you to observe part of the history of the city through heritage buildings and parks, such as the Lara Clock, the León Theater and the Maldonado School. The tour of this sector of the city ends with a walk through Sucre Park, famous for its pool with a monument to Neptune and a view of the Museum of Natural Sciences of the city. Loma de Quito Sector
This sector is famous for the words that the Marshal of Ayacucho pronounced after the heroic deed of April 21: "From this hill to Quito!" was the cry with which Sucre prepared the way to the Battle of Pichincha.
The 21 de Abril Park is the offering that Riobamba gave to the sacrifice of its heroes, in it an obelisk pays tribute to the courage of Lavalle, a monument of Simon Bolivar looks at the Chimborazo and a mural designed by Narea, makes a recount of the struggle that the people of Riobamba had to go through to achieve freedom.
The Church of San Antonio de Padua, rises on top of this hill, its image, along with the Chimborazo and El Altar, is the most representative postcard of the Ciudad Bonita, Riobamba, cradle of traditions, such as those still maintained in the Barriga Park.