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This is probably the most popular park/square in Cuenca. There are a lot of trees and benches to sit and relax. On Sunday there was a live band and there seemed to be a lot going on on Sunday near the Cathedral. There is a...More
Plaza Calderon is ringed by a picturesque historic cathedral and plenty of vintage architecture not to mention restaurants that serve everything from ice cream to local cuisine and nearby shops that sell crafts by local artisans. It's full of activity both day and night including...More
Called Parque Calderon by the locals, it is across from the main (new) Cathedral. Named after a local boy who fought and died in the Battle of Pichincha, a decisive one against Spanish rule.
It's a pleasant place to visit, sit on a bench and...More
Plaza Calderon, Cuenca's major central plaza, is a must see for anyone who visits the City. The plaza is always bustling with activity: pedestrians crossing through on their errands, people sitting and enjoying the sights, vendors with ice-cream and other treats, shoe-shines. During festivals the...More
The plaza is a natural center of Cuenca. It has a beautiful landscape, and it draws people in for festivals and hanging out every day. It's a remarkable place, and surrounding it are the two most important and scenic cathedrals in the city.
This is the beautiful plaza in the center of Cuenca known as El Centro. It is beautifully landscaped. There are various kinds of little shops around it. The flower market nearby is particularly pretty.
It is a large and beautiful park. We were there before Christmas, and the park was wonderfully decorated. Folks of all ages enjoy this park. Around the park, there are a large number of great restaurants to enjoy. The "new" cathedral is on one corner...More