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Cuenca Expats Magazine

Ecuador's Largest English-Language Publication


Cuenca Expats Magazine is the largest English-language publication in Ecuador.  As the "unofficial" voice of Cuenca's expat community, the Magazine is a trusted source for business and services. Cuenca Expats Magazine's mission is to help build a stronger, more cohesive expat community and assist in their integration into Cuenca society as new and productive citizens.

Montecristi Golf Resort & Villas

Costal Living at its Finest

Expats looking for a new beach getaway destination, or for those wanting to relocate to a lower altitude with a warmer climate have discovered the mid-coast of Ecuador with the city of Manta as its heart... [ read more ]

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Maite Duran, Gringo Visas

Why Go Anywhere Else?

Maite Duran, founder of Gringo Visas is the ultimate authority on the procurement of visas and cédulas in Cuenca, Ecuador... [ read more ]

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Dr. Melissa Gónzalez

English-Speaking Cardiovascular Surgeon

Immediately upon arriving in Cuenca, Dra. González began to work in a public hospital where she continued working in the vascular field using the most advanced technology available. In December 2017, Dra. González earned a position at Hospital Universitario del Río considered by many to be the best private hospital in Azuay. At both of these hospitals she gained experience working with Cuenca’s expat community.... [ read more ]

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Mike Rothman Founder of Mike's Meats

New York Style Delicatessen and Meat Market Now in the Heart of Cuenca

We're located on the front corner of Parque de la Madre on Avenida 12 de abril and Federico Malo next to the Military Hospital. We've been told that Mike’s Meats Artisanal Marketplace is deli heaven! We offer all the prime cuts, such as Rib-eye, Porterhouse, New York steaks, tenderloins, and many of... [ read more ]

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