The Sierra, Andes (Andean), Inter-Andean or Serranías region is a geographical region of the Republic of Ecuador that extends from north to south through the Andes, its height usually ranges from 1800 m or less, to 6,268 m with the Chimborazo. It is made up of the provinces of Pichincha, Carchi, Tungurahua, Chimborazo, Cañar, Azuay, Loja, Imbabura, Bolívar and Cotopaxi.
It is characterized by its impressive mountainous elevations, volcanoes and snow-capped mountains. Among the most important are the Cotopaxi and the Chimborazo. Its 10 provinces have cities of great historical importance such as Quito, Cuenca, Latacunga, Riobamba, Ambato and Loja, and artisan centers such as Otavalo. Likewise, there are several national parks with very rich and varied flora and fauna.
In this region hot, temperate and cold zones coexist. Its inter-Andean region presents valleys of different altitudes and climates. In Quito, the capital of Ecuador, the Mariscal Sucre International Airport, the main gateway to the country, operates.
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The Carchi province is the largest commercial and immigration gate of the Ecuador, through the Rumichaca bridge that connects Carchi with the neighboring country of Colombia specifically with the department of Nariño.