Visit this authentic local market where you can get fresh fruits & veggies, local pork dishes, and a spiritual cleanse on the go.
Todos Santos is one the most traditional neighborhoods in Cuenca, where you’ll find an array of delicious bakeries where you can order freshly-baked bread made in wooden ovens.
Don’t miss this traditional drink, made from various herbs and plants. It is said that once you have one, you always ask for a little more Agua de Pitimás.
Stroll along Herrerías Street and grab a quick snack along the way. Humitas, tamales and quimbolitos are the rave here.
A quick stop to taste the beers produced by Cuenca’s finest craft breweries, Latitud Cero, inside Casa del Parque, one of the most important gastronomic centers in the city.
Consuelo is a delicious gastronomic experience that offers first-class Ecuadorian dishes surrounded by eclectic and eye-catching interior décor.
Enjoy some buzzy cocktails in Casa Firenza’s exclusive rooftop bar with a privileged view of Parque Calderon and Cuenca’s iconic three-domed Cathedral to finish the day.