Cuenca is famous for its plentiful and varied cafés. They’re all around the historic El Centro (Downtown), but you can also find great locales around the city. The coffee aroma, the smell of sweets and the great dishes will have you wanting for more. Cuenca generally has a very pleasant cool weather, which calls for a nice coffee or hot cocoa to enjoy. You can find Cafés of many price ranges, with different food options, both local and international. You have Café Cinema, for example. It’s been in business for 20 years and its ‘movie theater’ theme, with big framed…
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