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Coisas para fazer em Cuenca

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Museum
“It's worth the walk east along Calle Larga to one of Ecuador's most significant museums. While there's some great modern art downstairs, the highlight is on the 2nd floor. Here begins a comprehensive voyage through Ecuador's diverse indigenous cultures, with colorfully animated dioramas and reconstructions of typical houses, including of Afro-Ecuadorians from Esmeraldas province, the cowboy-like montubios (coastal farmers) of the western lowlands, several rainforest groups and all major highland groups. The finale features rare and eerie tzantzas (shrunken heads) from the Shuar culture of the southern Oriente. Included in your visit is the Archaeological Park”
29 moradores locais recomendam
Igreja
“Take the tour of the new cathedral to see the crypts below the church and hike up into the soaring towers for an incredible view of Parque Calderon, the main city square. Find out some interesting details about the cathedral and the city that houses it. ”
12 moradores locais recomendam
Steakhouse
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“The food is delicious, service is really good and you will find typical and traditional food as well. Best meat restaurant of the city ”
14 moradores locais recomendam
Establishment
“Teresa’s favorite mercado is the Diez de Agosto (it's also the closest). It’s a true mercado experience and you can find just about everything there (including a haircut for $2.50, or they will sharpen your knives for $.25 each). If there’s a stack of anything, like avocados, it’s $1. If it’s a bag of tomatoes, it’s $1. (There is a distinct accent here and they say "dollar" like "DO-ZHAR".) If there’s a larger bag of tomatoes next to a smaller bag, that larger bag will probably be $2. It’s a good idea to stand back and listen to what other people are being charged for other things to avoid getting “gringo pricing” and, of course, learn your numbers in Spanish helps. ”
6 moradores locais recomendam
Parque
“Important park to make exercise, next to the most important neighborhood in cuenca, and the new comercial zone. ”
12 moradores locais recomendam
Museu de Arte
“Many local artists get to exhibit their work in this incredible space. The architecture is enough to visit this awesome building where in every corner you can see new details of Cuenca. ”
8 moradores locais recomendam
Shopping
“This is the largest mall in Cuenca and is a short bus or taxi ride. It also has a food court.”
12 moradores locais recomendam
Parque
“Great place for people-watching! It's in the heart of the city between the Old & New Cathedrals. ”
8 moradores locais recomendam
Parque
“Es el parque central del casco histórico de Cuenca. A su alrededor hay varios sitios Gastronómicos y es un bello lugar para recrearse y tomar fotos.”
6 moradores locais recomendam
Supermercado
“Mainstream grocery store (ie; Safeway/Vons/WinDixie). Near soccer stadium, Chill-n-Grill, McDonalds, and Parque de la Madre.”
7 moradores locais recomendam
Bar
“Great burgers and Mexican food. Sports bar on the banks of Rio Tomebabma. Indoor and outdoor seating. A gringo gathering place. Opens at 12 noon, closed Mondays.”
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Establishment
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Restaurante
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“Goza is open late and their food is to die for. Serious. Expensive compared to other local places, Goza caters mostly to the expat and tourist community, and the wealthier locals. ”
10 moradores locais recomendam
Parque
“This newly renovated park is a great place to relax in the beautiful weather, get some free WiFi, let your kids play, or do a workout on the fitness equipment!”
6 moradores locais recomendam
Igreja
“The Sagrario Church - commonly known as the Old Cathedral of Cuenca was the main place of Spanish worship during the time of Spanish colonization in Cuenca (Ecuador). It functions today as the Museum of Religious Art and is located in the Calderón Park, in front of the New Cathedral.”
7 moradores locais recomendam
Parque
“It has abundant vegetation, large eucalyptus trees and other forest species, as well as its striking paths where people can walk and walk along the edges of the park. An artificial lagoon, camping sites, we also find bike paths.”
8 moradores locais recomendam