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The city of Cuzco was the capital of the Inca empire, which in its apogeal moment covered a good part of South America. All along more than five centuries Cusco has been and continues being a melting pot of cultures that enriches an authentic, live, fascinating experience.
Colonial constructions over Inka foundations, original ways of life intact after centuries, delicious food, welcoming people. The city of Cusco has something for us to discover at the bend of each of one of its narrow corners.
Embroidery is a clear example of the culture blend we see today in Cusco. This technique was brought by spaniards, but little by little has been developed using andean colors and designs, incorporating it into popular folklore. Today, there is a characteristic embroidery pattern for each o...Read more Request your reservation
Chinchero is a town frozen in time; its buildings were constructed on top of original Incan foundations, yet you can still see traces of the history of the Sacred Valley in the adobe and stone walls. The main square is a fine example of the blend of Incan and Spanish architectural styles. ...Read more Request your reservation
This walking city tour starts at the San Pedro Market, and throughout the activity will demonstrate how Andean and European elements have been blending for centuries in Cusco to create a fascinating culture. We will look at what can be bought and what you can make out of this elements, the...Read more Request your reservation
Your Machu Picchu experience starts right at Tambo del Inka. We’ll escort you to the private train station inside the property for a 2-hour Vistadome service to Aguas Calientes . Once there, a 20-minute bus ride takes you to the citadel entrance. During your visit to this incredible ar...Read more Request your reservation