Located in Cusco Historic Center, this luxury hotel is steps from Museum of Religious Art, UNSAAC Yale International Center, and Hatunrumiyoc. Santa Catalina Convent and Church of the Company of Jesus are also within 5 minutes.
Situated in the historical district, this spa hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of National University of Saint Anthony the Abbot in Cuzco, Plaza Tupac Amaru, and Real Plaza Cusco. Cantalloc Aqueduct and Hospital Regional are also within 1 mi (2 km).
Located in Cusco Historic Center, this luxury hotel is steps from Qorikancha and Kusicancha. Centro de Textiles and Santa Catalina Convent are also within 10 minutes.
Located in Cusco Historic Center, this luxury hotel is steps from Pre-Columbian Art Museum, Inca Museum, and Cusco Cathedral. Plaza de Armas and San Blas Church are also within 10 minutes.
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It is approximately 370 miles from Lima, the nation's capital city.
Educate yourself on the area's history with a visit to Santo Tomas Plaza.
Don't miss the opportunity to visit Santo Tomas Cathedral for a soothing and interesting experience.
See how excited the locals are when it comes to sports by attending a game at Santo Tomas Stadium in Santo Tomas. It's only 2 miles to the northwest of Santo Tomas. After the game, meet up with the locals in one of the nearby pubs or bars.
Espinar and Checacupe are two great destinations in the wider region that you can easily add to your travel itinerary.
Get active out in the open while you're in Cusco. If you want to get up and at 'em, why not give mountain biking or mountain climbing a shot?
No trip is complete without experiencing a bit of downtime. Cycling and shore fishing are a couple of fun ways to relax while you're here.
If you would like to broaden your knowledge of the region, there are a variety of interesting tours you can jump on board, such as guided nature walks, wildlife spotting tours, city walking tours and culinary tours.
Want to have a heart-racing experience during your stay in Cusco? You should try paragliding. You'll be talking about it for years to come.
As long as the weather is fine, grab the sunscreen and head out for some rafting and canoeing, both favorite water activities in this region.
Rain clouds rolling in? There's no need to worry. Cusco boasts some fun-filled art museums, nature museums, history museums, art galleries, theaters and mansions.
Feel like you need a day out in the open air? Plan an excursion to one of the region's open-air museums, farms, open-air markets and gardens.
History enthusiasts will find plenty of things to keep them busy. Don't forget to get a few photos when you make the trip out to the region's ruins, old towns and archeological sites.
Everyone should spend some time at the spiritual sites of Cusco. You're sure to enjoy the serene atmosphere at its churches, cathedrals and monasteries.
Trying popular food and drink is a rewarding way to to acquaint yourself with a region's culture.
Start off your culinary experience by sampling the eclectic mix of locally sourced ingredients, such as chicken and tawri.
Any enthusiastic foodie should ensure they order pachamanca (beef, herb and vegetable feast) and ceviche (raw fish in lime juice) before surfing the menu for other local dishes.
Arouse your sweet tooth with some mazamorra morada and arroz con leche (purple corn custard and sweetened milk), an enticing dessert.
If you enjoy sampling the world's beers, grab a table with your mates and get a round of Arequipeña. Clink your glasses and enjoy one of the region's favorite brews.
Whatever the time of day, you can always have a non-alcoholic Inca Kola (Peruvian Coca Cola),
You're likely to see a few locals savoring a glass of Chicha de Jora (fermented corn-based alcoholic drink), a popular spirit here.
The real essence of a destination is to be found not just within its mountains, but also in the rhythms of its native tongue. Memorizing a few simple words and expressions in Spanish will make your vacation all the more satisfying. Buenas tardes is Spanish for good afternoon. You should also try pronouncing Buenos días (good morning).
Being here on the 28th of July means you can enjoy a good look at Independence Day.
As your vacation comes to an end, spend any leftover soles on some last-minute souvenirs and say an emotional "Adiós" to this unique place and all of the new friends you've made.
When you're ready to catch your flight, it's good to know that the most convenient airport is approximately 65 miles to the north.