Cuenca Ecuador

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Cuenca Ecuador is located in the Andes Mountains at an elevation of 8200 feet. The population of Cuenca is about half a million people. Cuenca is the cultural capital of Ecuador, hosting over 200 cultural events every year, most of them free.

The cost of living in Cuenca is low. Many expats who live in Cuenca say it's like living in the USA was 50 years ago.

Cuenca isn't right for everybody, just like everywhere else in the world. But with our Cuenca Ecuador Video you can find out, quickly and easily, if Cuenca is right for you.

Cuenca Ecuador New Cathedral
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Cuenca Ecuador Video Trailer

This is the trailer for our 56-minute Cuenca Ecuador Video. It includes interviews with nine expats explaining what it's like to live in Cuenca.

You can save yourself a lot of research time and potentially a lot travel money with our video. Who knows better than people who live in a place what it’s really like to live there? Get our video and you will know if you would enjoy living in Cuenca.

“We consider ourselves to be well traveled and have discovered many great places, but the Cuenca video was an eye opener. I form my impressions of a country and a city by the same kind of face to face conversations that were in that video. It was a great collection of conversations with real people living a good life. Cuenca will be one of our first stops when we retire in August.”
Charles Lane
Edina, MN
“My wife and I started researching a move to Cuenca and soon found there was a lot of conflicting and confusing information out there. Then we came across the Live or Retire Overseas video. The video includes many interviews with expats who clearly explained the reasons they love Cuenca, as well as things to watch out for. This video has been a most valuable and trustworthy resource.”
Howard Glassman
Summerfield, FL

Cuenca Video Details

Run time: 56 minutes
Resolution: 1280x720 HD
Download Size: 1.2 GB
Price: US$14.97

Chapters: Introduction • Cost of Living • Eating Out • What Expats Like Most • Food and Shopping • Speaking Spanish • Things to Do • Transportation • Safety • Medical Care • Where to Stay • Meeting People • Communications • Drawbacks • Final Advice

Expats: Helen Boyer, Dixie Davey, Steve Leftwich, Brian Miles, Regina Potenza, Susan Schenck, Mike Sena, Shannon Wickliffe, George Xillas