Operators of the city’s now-popular free walking tours have upgraded their services under a new agreement with Cuenca Tourism Foundation (FMTC), the city’s tourism agency. Operators cite increased demand as one of the reasons for the changes. Tourists can now have a free walking tour around the historic district on any given day of the week from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. They will be led by two accredited guides if the groups are particularly large. Operators said they are considering offering two tours per day in the near future. The tours have been offered since November 2016 and were…
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