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Marriage in which one of the intended spouses is a foreign citizen:

·        Identity document or original certificate that states their filiation information and their marital status, issued by the Embassy or Consulate of the country of origin if that were the case. In case the document was issued at the country of origin it must be legalized or apostilled and translated if that were the case.

·        If the foreigner citizen is divorced or a widower, they must present the documents that support said marital status, legalized or apostilled and translated if that were the case.

·        Two suitable witnesses who must present their identity document or filiation information. There may be more witnesses if requested.

·        In case the foreigner citizen is under the age of 18, they must abide by the present manual.

Note: The Constitution of Ecuador only recognizes the marriage between a man and a woman.

Fees: 50 dollars.



Your passport must be valid for at least six months after your arrival. For most countries in Europe, Canada and the US, no visa is required to enter Ecuador, but if you plan to stay more than 90 days, you need a tourist visa that is valid for six months.


The official currency in Ecuador since the year 2000 is the American dollar; the previous currency was the Sucre and the exchange was frozen at $ 25,000 Sucres for each dollar. Many restaurants, stores and commercial establishments receive debit and credit cards, but some businesses use only cash.


Spanish (Official Language) and English. 

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It’s unpredictable. Cuencanos say that they experience the four seasons in a single day (sun with heat and rain with cold), so we advise you to wear several pieces of clothing. Have a sweater and a coat on hand to wear and take them back in a matter of hours. It usually rains unexpectedly as the sun returns at the end of the afternoon.

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After Quito, Cuenca is Ecuador’s most important and beautiful colonial city. But don’t say that to the locals, who insist that their laid-back culture, cleaner streets and more agreeable weather outclass the capital, hands down. Dating from the 16th century, Cuenca’s historic center, a Unesco World Heritage Site with its trademark skyline of massive rotundas and soaring steeples, is a place time keeps forgetting: nuns march along cobblestone streets, kids in Catholic-school uniforms skip past historic churches, and old ladies spy on promenading lovers from their geranium-filled balconies. The city is the center of many craft traditions, including ceramics, metalwork and the internationally famous panama hat – and the nearby villages offer many more handicrafts besides.

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There is an Airport: Aereopuerto Mariscal Lamar located at España Y Elia liut Av. In Cuenca with international arrivals and departures. Also There are some Cuenca’s public transportation companies for land arrivals.

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One of the leisure activities is shopping and in Cuenca you will find a variety of options for all tastes and budgets. From modern shopping centers with local and international brands, or stores of Ecuadorian contemporary designs in the neighborhood; likewise in the Historical Center you can take a look at specialized craft stores The products and the fabulous Ecuadorian raw material, which include the best chocolate in the world, excellent coffee harvested in shadow, the only vegetable ivory (the tagua) and the famous straw hats that the whole world knows as Panama Hats, are some of the products that you can take as a souvenir.

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There are several options in restaurants, cafes, bars and clubs in the neighborhoods. There you will find music, local and international cuisine, party and above all, the singular joy of Cuenca!

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The presence of corn is important in the preparation of many foods such as the tamal, mote pata, mote pilla and beverages such as chicha, rosero and morocho. Families retain their old recipes for fritters, which are based on the exact dosage of corn flour pre-cooked with anise to which eggs and milk are added, and beaten by hand until fatigue sets in. Portions of the creamy batter are fried and browned in lard and served with syrup. Finger licking good! Mote pata, perhaps the king of the traditional dishes of Cuenca.


The architectural and cultural riches of the city, in general, have merited Cuenca its designation as a World Heritage City on December 1, 1999. The Historic Center of nearly 200 hectares is made up of the oldest residential area. Here we find a large number of buildings of great beauty in the colonial or Republican style; the archaeological area, the craft neighborhoods (of colonial origin); the central markets; the Tomebamba River Bluff with the Paseo 3 de Noviembre street and several other sites of cultural and scenic importance that show why the city was declared a World Heritage.

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