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All reviews tour bus souvenir shops lookout point entire city viewing area great view of the city city at night the double decker parque calderon surrounding mountains zip line eduardo vega worth the trip walk up take photos beautiful church swing
The way might be tiring because of the distance from the center and the altitude, but it is extremely worth it! After getting to the view point I recommend walking 300 meters to the swing and having a even more amazing view of Cuenca.
We went with the 8 dollar bus up the hill and made a stop at Turi.. We could not enter the Mirador or visit the terrace because it was closed. The surrounding area was quite filthy and stuffed with vendors.. 30 minutes is enough time...More
We took the hop on/hop off bus South City Tour (not really a hop on, hop off bus). It stops halfway through the tour for a half hour stop here. The views of the city are spectacular and the best place for pictures.
Went up at night and the view is spectacular but not much else to do up at top. There is some sort of swing and zip line and we didn't have any interest in doing it and especially at night. Great for photos. A couple...More
If you can handle seeing all the dogs ---neglected and in terrible shape--then go there. For me, it was a big turn off. People like to look the other way--but frankly, it is impossible Shame on the city and the population for allowing this situation...More
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you catch the double decker tour buses in el centro in front of the old cathedral of Cuenca
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