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Tour archaeological sites near Cusco city

Tour archaeological in Cusco is a great experience. Cusco is considered one of the most ancient cities and the historic captial of the continent. Cusco in Quechua is Qosqo, which means  "the earth's navel". Near Cusco city  there are several vestiges Incas, among them they emphasize: Sacsayhumán, Quenko, Puca Pucara and Tambomachay. Sacsayhuamán Northeast of Cusco. A fortress

Useful facts for the traveler – General Recommendations to travel Cusco

When to go / What to take You can visit Cusco at any time of year. No matter what month you go, the “Center of the world” will always have a special appeal. From the many shades of its fields and skies to its colorful religious and folk festivals, the traveler will find a mosaic

Paracas: Natural Reserve

Location: 261 km. south of Lima Altitude: 5 m.a.s.l. The Natural Reserve of Paracas is the only protected area of the Peruvian coastline. This wild sanctuary a few minutes from Pisco is located in northern Ica, and has an extension of 335 thousand hectares of desert and beautiful beaches, housing endangered species such as sea

Peruvian Food: Mixture of Flavors

One of the greatest things that Peru can offer you is its food. Peruvian food is a combination of basically Spanish and Andean food plus the valuable contributions of the African and Arab cusine. The coast offers a great variety of fish and Shell fish dishes, but the most famous is Ceviche: fish marinated in

Peruvian Jewerly: Ancient Art

In Peru, gold and silver work is more than art; it is a tradition. The jewelry is designed following ancient techniques. The artisans in the pre Columbian cultures used the wide array of minerals and semi precious stones available in the country to make beautiful gold, silver and copper pieces. The oldest gold pieces found

Machu Picchu

The sanctuary is located 120 km northwest of Cusco high above the Urubamba Valley in the Vilcabamba highlands, the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu is one of the world’s most important archaeological sites and Peru’s premier tourist attraction. Few works made by man have shown such a flair for landscape architecture as this citadel and

The popular feasts of Cusco in January

The people of Cusco and Peruvians in general love to celebrate religious feast days, which have become elaborate folk festivals in which the ceremonies and worship are as important as the dances, special dishes and drink. Some typical foods are prepared only for certain festivals and some dances are reserved for those special occasions. The most