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All reviews the river both sides beautiful walk four rivers rushing water great place to walk green space exercise equipment bike ride north side historic district sunny day banks laundry picnic paths benches
This is a great walking area away from all the traffic and smog and is very peaceful. It also has some very nice houses & condominiums on both sides. It is one of the better areas of Cuenca and also runs along Gringo.
We live in Cuenca and love walking along the Tomebamba riverwalk. As a Landscape Architect with over 30 years experience I am always amazed that Cuenca has done such an amazing job of creating river walks and linear parks throughout the city. These mixed-use pathways...More
The Rio Tomebamba splits the city into the old section or historic section where we stayed with the new section. It has a really nice walking path. We covered about 5 miles and not sure we did it all. Worth walking to if you're trying...More
The rivers of Cuenca provide the city a very special landscape. Tomebamba is the one that divides the historical center from the modern area and is also crossing in front of Cuenca University. It is a delight to walk through a small path at its...More
I don't understand what you mean by "Open". It's a white-water river and in the city it's a park. I live along the river, and my dog walks it every day. Quite nice. It is lighted at night, and patrolled by the park... More
I don't understand what you mean by "Open". It's a white-water river and in the city it's a park. I live along the river, and my dog walks it every day. Quite nice. It is lighted at night, and patrolled by the park police so it is very safe. I would post a picture but I don't know how here.