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Although Cuzco is mainly renowned as the ideal departure point for a trip to the Machu Picchu and the Inca valley, the town is also known for its distinctive architecture. Built on the foundations of an ancient Incan city destroyed by Pizarro, the city is dotted with beautiful colonial edifices that marry rigorous geometrical Inca lines with the curls and flourishes of Moorish-Spanish baroque art. Whether it is by the edifices built on old Inca palaces, like the Cathedral, or on old temples, such as the Convento Santo Domingo, you will be captivated!

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Tourist attractions Cuzco : Things to see and do

  • This area was formerly the nerve centre of the Inca city. Today, the Plaza de Armas is home to most of the major colonial edifices. The imposing cathedral vies for pride of place with the Compañia de Jesús, a stunning Baroque edifice, while a superb ..

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    Plaza de Armas

    It is difficult not to be overpowered by the highly Baroque cathedral of Cuzco (16C). Everything, from the immense façade and its sculptures to the interior, embodies the desire of Christianity to spell out its triumph over Incan beliefs. Composed of..

  • Compañía de Jesús Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Plaza de Armas

    Constructed by the Jesuits in the 18C, the grandeur and rich ornamentation of the Compañía de Jesús seems to defy the next-door cathedral. Behind the profusely carved Baroque façade are a host of elements such as the imposing main altar entirely cove..

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Hotels Cuzco

  • Hotel Monasterio San Pedro

    Calle Casccaparo, 116 - Monasterio San Pedro PE - Cusco Cusc01

    Located directly across the famous San Pedro Market and only a 10-minute walk from the main square, Hotel San Pedro offers accommodations in Cusco. A daily buffet breakfast and free Wi-Fi are provided for guests' enjoyment. Rooms at Hotel Monasterio..

  • Boomtique Three stars Three stars Three stars

    Carmen Alto, 269 - San Blas PE - Cusco

    Ideally located just 300 metres from the city's main square, Boomtique offers accommodations with free WiFi access in Cusco. Private rooms feature a private bathroom and cable TV while shared bathroom facilities are available for guests staying in t..

  • Hostal Misky Illari

    Calle Hospital 787 int. 9 PE - Cusco 01

    Prix Prices from : 25 $

    Located 200 metres from Plaza San Francisco square, Hostal Misky Illari offers accommodations in Cusco. Free Wi-Fi access is available here. Rooms at Hostal Misky Illari feature a private bathroom and cable TV. Some rooms also have a sofa and a dini..

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Leisure activities Cuzco


    For a great introduction to Peruvian culture, join a small-group walking tour of Cusco's vibrant markets and impressive Inca ruins. Start at the vibrant San Pedro market and buy some local snacks as you explore the street markets of Cusco. Then head ..


    Discover the magic and beauty of Cusco, the capital of the Incan Empire. The flawlessly built Incan roads spread to all regions from the “Plaza” which was thought of as the center of the world. Visit the Temple of the Sun, the Convent of Santo Doming..

  • Prices from : 305 €

    Take an all-inclusive day trip to breathtaking Machu Picchu from Cusco. Visit the world-famous Incan ruins and learn about the city, its history and the people who once lived there. Ideal for first-time visitors, families (non-strenuous hiking) and i..

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