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The Top 10 Cafes in Cuenca for Freelancers

Picture of Angela Drake
Founder, Not Your Average American
Updated: 14 August 2017
While freelancers work out of cafes in Cuenca, the concept is still catching on with many restaurant owners. Finding table space won’t be a problem on most weekdays, but it can be hard to find an accessible plug for your equipment. If you’re unsure about setting up shop, be diplomatic and ask. Most cafe staff will go out of their way to accommodate your needs as long as you vacate your table when the lunch crowd arrives.

Café de Ñucallacta

Cafe, Contemporary, $$$
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This cafe comes highly recommended for three top qualities – great coffee, friendly service and fast wifi. The owner speaks English and the crowd is expat more often than Ecuadorian. The courtyard in the back is well-lit and well-protected.

Nosotros acompañamos nuestro café desde la cereza en la planta hasta el corazón dibujado en su latte, disfruta de nuestra pasión.

Posted by Cafe de Ñucallacta on Friday, July 14, 2017
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Wed - Sat:
9:00 am - 8:00 pm
Sun - None:
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Mon - Tue:
9:00 am - 7:00 pm

Atmosphere:

Casual

Cafe Austria

Cafe, Contemporary, $$$
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