Situated in Cuenca, this luxury hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Civic Plaza, San Blas Park, and Plaza Rotary Market. Río Tomebamba & Calle Larga and Esqueletologia Museum are also within 15 minutes.
Located in the heart of Cuenca, this hotel is steps from Esqueletologia Museum and Río Tomebamba & Calle Larga. San Blas Park and Plaza Rotary Market are also within 5 minutes.
Situated in a shopping district, this hotel is close to Mirador de Turi, Museum of Metals, and Cuenca Botanical Garden. Also nearby are Galeria FVega and Cuenca Municipal Planetarium.
Located in the heart of Cuenca, this bed & breakfast is within a 5-minute walk of Inter-American Center of Popular Arts and Cuenca Municipal Planetarium. Museum of the Aboriginal Cultures and Puente Roto are also within 10 minutes.
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Canar is located 25 miles north of the notable city of Cuenca.
Adventurous types will be delighted by the beautiful environmental reserves of this region. Rio Tomebamba is located 30 miles away from Canar, while El Cajas National Park is only 25 miles away.
This region has a colorful history. You can hear all about it at Ingapirca Ruins.
To get out and about, travel 13 miles to El Tambo. Here you can visit Honorato Vasquez Park and Canar Central Park.
You should visit Duran. It's approximately 55 miles to the northwest of Canar and it boasts some excellent attractions, including Village Plaza Commercial Center, Teatro Sanchez Aguilar and Numa Pompilio Llona Street. If you're after more, some other great places are Santa Ana Hill and Museum of Anthropology and Contemporary Art.
The cuisine here has its own sensory stamp, so jump on in and get your fill!
Embark on your culinary experience by sampling the abundance of local ingredients, such as rice and potatoes.
Your trip wouldn't be complete if you didn't sample llapingachos (cheese and potato patties) and cuy (roast guinea pig).
And when it is time for dessert, you have to sample some divine come y bebe (drinkable fruit salad).
Cherusker Roja is a beloved beer. Make your way to the nearest bar, kick back and give it a try!
If you want to steer clear of alcohol, coffee is a good choice.
You'll probably see a few locals relishing over a glass of Ron San Miguel, a popular liquor here.
Getting your tongue around some everyday Spanish phrases can often be the bridge between a standard vacation and a deep exploration of the heart and soul of a place. ¡Perdón! means excuse me. ¡Feliz cumpleaños! (happy birthday) is also essential.
Being here on the 10th of August offers you a first-hand impression of Independence Day.
As your vacation draws to a close, spend any leftover U.S. dollars on last-minute keepsakes and say a heartfelt "Hasta la vista" to this wonderful place and its people.
If you are leaving by plane, know that the most convenient airport is approximately 25 miles to the south.