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Rio Tomebamba, Cuenca

Categories: Bodies of Water, Nature & Parks
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4.5/5 based on 600+ reviews on the web
Cutting through the city, Rio Tomebamba divides Cuenca cleanly into a residential area on one side, and a historic colonial neighborhood on the other. Begin with a walk along Calle Larga, a charming street that runs parallel to the river. Admire the colonial architecture that characterizes this part of the city before descending the stairs to the riverside. While walking along the river, you'll pass a few interesting landmarks, like Museo de Artes Populares, home to an impressive collection of Latin American arts and crafts. Arrange your visit to Rio Tomebamba and discover more family-friendly attractions in Cuenca using our Cuenca holiday planner.
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  • If these in basin and you want to feel the contact with nature, I recommend walking along the side of the river. It is a very relaxing walk, where the sound of water running it relaxes completely. It is very clean and green, ideal for walks without schedules.
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  • Basin city of four rivers to the surface, unique in the world, the Rio Tomebamba beautiful, very clean with its choppy waters, fearful when it rains... but beautiful at sunrise, I recommend walking along its banks and recreate your eyes with its landscape
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  • walk along the banks of the River to take fresh air, enjoy the scenery and take pictures, very nice experioencia
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