Today, we’re going to visit Mall del Rio in Cuenca, Ecuador.
A large multi-screen theater, bowling alley, huge food court, and over 220 other stores and kiosks that will satisfy whatever apparel, electronics, entertainment or food craving you may get. Other malls in the city include Millennium Plaza and Coral Centro.
Mall del Rio, Cuenca Ecuador
Located in the southern part of the city, near Turi – the famous look-off point, Mall del Rio certainly offers everything you could want.
Half a dozen bus lines travel this route, and of course the taxis know the route. just a $2.50 taxi from Parque Calderon will get you there. It’s open 10am-9pm seven days a week, just like any mall back home.
My favorite spot is La Victoria – the technology (and music) shop near the food court on the second floor. They are Ecuador’s version of Best Buy. The prices are reasonable, and they carry dSLR cameras and professional tripods, high end keyboards, designer sunglasses and everything audio/video. There is also a location in the center and near the stadium.
Map of Mall del Rio in Cuenca
Streetview of Cuenca’s Mall del Rio
On this Cuenca tour, you’ll cross Remigio Crespo, 10 de Agosto and Primero de Mayo. At Tres Puentes (3 Bridges) you’ll take the first right after Don Bosco and head to the mall.
Driving to Cuenca’s Mall del Rio
Take a complete tour of Cuenca in this 12-video city tour.
What can you expect to find at Mall del Rio? There are 223 stores and kiosks in the mall. Check their site for all the current promotions.
Have you been to Mall del Rio? What’s your favorite store or restaurant?
Hi, I’m Bryan Haines. And I’m a co-founder of this site. I’m a traveler and photographer. I also blog about photography with a focus on GoPro and action cameras.