Hotel Italia

Avenida Huayna Capac y Av. Espana , Cuenca, Ecuador | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avenida Huayna Capac y Av. Espana , Cuenca, is near El Cajas National Park (Parque Nacional Cajas), New Cathedral (Catedral de la Immaculada), Rio Tomebamba, and Plaza Abdon Calderon.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Italia Cuenca

2.50 of 5 stars Fair

Travel Blogs from Cuenca

Cute Cuenca

A travel blog entry by kasnsqueak on Jul 20, 2014

... after so long on the road and sometimes need time out from the rush to see and do. Monday July 21st. Cuenca springs into the work week and we head out also by 9am for breakfast and into the city centre with it's beautiful square, tall pine trees surrounded by the massive cathedral and governing buildings all colonial in style. The city hop on hop off bus beckons and we take the 2 hour tour at 10.30. It winds through the old narrow streets and theres a bilingual commentary which ...

To all of you--THANKS for the Comments!

A travel blog entry by mariposanegra on Jun 19, 2014

Just wanted to post a quick note to say thanks to everyone who has posted comments on the blog! It's good to know that it is not just my Aunt Doris (my most faithful reader) who sees these posts. Unfortunately, I don't have a mechanism on this site ...


A travel blog entry by rangjill on Mar 08, 2014

1 comment, 70 photos

... leaf and bearing paintings that were eerily intriguing, such as the deadly sins, the church was spectacular. The heart of Quito, is full of energy and noise, from the police whistles organizing traffic, the belching horns of impatient drivers, and the street venders shouting at potential customers. We were excited to meet with up friends Jose and Francisco in their hometown of Quito, whom we had met on our hiking trip in Colombia. We went out for a great dinner followed by pitchers ...

Day 93

A travel blog entry by destined2travel on Feb 23, 2014

... so we don’t think that we are going to need the car at all. The streets are all cobblestone, and Amb says that the city has a European feel to it (I guess the 200 years that the Spanish were there is reflected in the building styles). We weren’t going to come to Cuenca because we just thought that it would be another big city just like Quito or Guayaquil. Boy, were we ever wrong!! We are both so happy that we ...

Railroading Our Way South

A travel blog entry by nancycaldwell on Jan 30, 2014

2 comments, 12 photos

... Most of the 12 kilometres was blasted through rock walls.

A misty day which obscured our view, but leant the scene a pleasant mystical quality. At Sibambe, the end of the line for us, we were met by dancers, and horse and llama owners offering the chance to be photographed sitting upon their animals for $1. It was tough, but I resisted. A small museum offered ...