CUENCA
POPULATION417,000
KNOWN ASLAND OF ETERNAL SPRING
FULL NAMESANTA ANA DE LOS CUATRO RíOS DE CUENCA
A charming city full of historic architecture, quaint streets, shops, restaurants and cafes, Cuenca is rapidly becoming one of the most popular places in the country for travelers and those looking to permanently relocate as well.
As it is situated in the Andes Mountains, the city offers some spectacular views. Also known for its water front location (along the Tombebamba River) visitors really do get the best of both worlds. Cuenca features a dynamic arts and crafts culture, as the streets are lined with artisanal shops and galleries.
  • CAJAS NATIONAL PARK

    Because of its higher altitudes, Cuenca provides visitors here a range of activities and adventures. The park itself features cloud forest through which you can hike and explore, along with hundreds of lakes and a wide array of wildlife species.

  • INGAPIRCA ARCHAEOLOGICAL SITE

    One of the most extensive ruins to be seen in Ecuador, Ingapirca Archeological Site really tells a story about the Incan past. You will find a temple, a castle with a bathing area, and also a number of “everyday” artifacts found at the site, among them: jewelry and ceramic pots.

  • FLOWER MARKET

    Deemed one of the prettiest spots in the city, the flower market has become a widely visited destination when in Cuenca. The colors and aromatic smells all packed into this one market are enough to dazzle anyone who encounters it.

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