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September 06, 2014

How much do I need per day to visit Cuenca?

by Sara Chaca

Sara Chaca from Ecuador Visas talks about how much it will cost you to visit Cuenca based on a day to day average.

“The cost to visit Ecuador for a week prior to moving (naturally not counting your pre-purchased plane flight or airport transfers) is $18 per day for one person or $28 if it is for two people (so $14 per day for each person in that case) at a lovely Hostel with your own private bathroom within 5 minutes walking distance to the Centro downtown part of Cuenca. Then add to that your food costs of maybe an additional $10-15 per day per person. Thus you are talking maybe a total of $30-$40 per day living expenses per person, with taxis being typically $1.50-$3.00 additional each way from any point in Cuenca to any other point in Cuenca.

Housing/Apartment costs naturally vary based on "Location, Luxury and how Lovely the amenities" of the place you rent, but typically range from $400-$600 (can be as inexpensive as $300, but as much as $800 if the above three "L's" are maximally desired.

Finally, if you are considering a move to Ecuador in the near future, please allow me to provide you with the Permanent Residency Visa requirements.”

For further information please contact Sara Chaca at Ecuador Visas.

Saludos

Sara Chaca

Ecuador Visas

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