The Spanish school in Cuenca is a completely separate building located in front of the river Barranco, which is why some privileged classrooms have an incredible view of the natural scene of this town. To give a more precise location, the school is located in the city center of Cuenca, looking out over the Barranco River, near the Planetarium and a few blocks away from the Stadium Alejandro Serrano.
Located in a valley of the Andes Mountains, Cuenca is the third largest city in Ecuador, and capital of the Azuay Province. It is know as a commercial location for most of southern Ecuador, leading a large portion of the country’s trades and manufacture.Mountains enclose the whole city along with four winding rivers that cross Cuenca. This natural beauty is complemented by the presence of Cuenca’s buildings.
The city displays rich architecture dating from many different cultures. Among them, Incan and Spanish.The moment you arrive to the city you’ll notice that an endless number of church domes form a skyline that surrounds it.UNESCO declared Cuenca a World Heritage Cultural Site in 1999 to protect its original roots. Stroll around the historical center of Cuenca, where you’ll find the major concentration of street artisans, traditional streets, museums, churches, and national monuments worth of admiration.
Cuenca is provided with an airport and lines of inter-city buses that tune in to the rest of the country and one will allow to move for the city.