Bumba Fruits and Beers is located in a historic house on the banks of the Tomebamba River and under the shade of hundred-year-old weeping willows, at Paseo 3 de Noviembre y Benigno Malo. It is a bar with hammocks, a bonfire and good music. It is a relaxed place, with good vibes and good energy. Where having a beer outdoors is a pleasure for all the Cuencanos and foreigners that visit. “An ice cold beer or fresh fruit juice, perfect for sunset, delicious cocktails and micheladas create the best nightlife,” says Martín Guerrero, owner of Bumba. History “Three years ago…
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