Q´eswachaka

Inca Bridge of Q’swachaka

Inca Bridge of Q’swachaka

Q´eswachaka

Q’swachaka is the last Inca suspension bridge. Speaking a little history, during the Inca era, there was a large network of roads that covered more than 30,000 kilometers of road, among these countries would be: Peru, Colombia, Argentina, Ecuador, Chile, Bolivia cover much of the Andes mountain range. With this network of roads, various bridges

 What is Cusco like today?

 What is Cusco like today?

 What is Cusco like today?

 What is Cusco like today?

We start by placing that the city of Cusco is recognized as the Archaeological Capital of America. Therefore, we are interested in knowing what is Cusco like today? For a few years, this ancient Peruvian city was prepared for the large number of tourists who came to estimate the fabulous Inca constructions such as the Inca Citadel

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12 Tips for traveling to Cusco with an older adult

12 Tips for traveling to Cusco with an older adult Mainly, before knowing and enjoying an unforgettable experience, for native reasons and according to our experience, it is important to keep in mind those 12 tips for traveling to Cusco with an older adult, therefore, you must also pay great interest and attention. The higher

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Economic reactivation 2021 in Cusco

Economic reactivation 2021 in Cusco

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Economic reactivation 2021 in Cusco The economic reactivation 2021 in Cusco is one of the goals that the Peruvian government is currently proposing. Despite the disastrous impact of Covid-19, which has affected the economy worldwide. Tourism far exceeds all economic sectors affected by the pandemic globally; Cusco, the tourist center of Peru, has been seriously

IntI Raymi

Inti Raymi: All about this celebration in Cusco

Inti Raymi: All about this celebration in Cusco

IntI Raymi

Inti Raymi: All about this celebration in Cusco Inti Raymi: All about this celebration in Cusco is an Inca term whose meaning refers to the “Festival of the Sun”. It is a tourist celebration that revives an ancient celebration practiced by the Incas. It is a very significant traditional festival for believers, so much so

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The surprising origin of Cusco

The surprising origin of Cusco

city Cuzco

The surprising origin of Cusco Let us know the origin of Cusco, a magical place of great cultural and archaeological wealth, which everyone must visit. The surprising origin of Cusco is that this city was the capital of the Inca Empire and was founded by Manco Capac, in compliance with the designs of the Sun

Responsible tourism

Responsible tourism: traveling with biosafety

Responsible tourism: traveling with biosafety

Responsible tourism

People need to know the importance of offering responsible tourism, both to visiting travelers and to resident workers and others involved. Since there are health and biosafety situations that affect all parties. Responsible Tourism After the terrible news, due to the ravages caused by the virus that causes COVID-19, the whole world was forced to

Sacsayhuamán

Sacsayhuamán, the satisfied falcon

Sacsayhuamán is an ancient and extraordinary Inca construction located two kilometers from Cusco. This structure, built for ceremonial or military purposes (there is no certainty), watches over the imperial city from its high towers. The ancient Inca capital, famous for its imposing buildings, has one of its magnificent jewels in Sacsayhuamán. It was strategically built

Sacsayhuamán

Sacsayhuamán – Place where the falcon is satiated

Sacsayhuamán – Place where the falcon is satiated

Sacsayhuamán

Being in Sacsayhuamán is touching the Cusco heart. It is located two kilometers from Cusco or “the imperial city”. This magnificent fortress stands imposingly to guard the ancient Inca capital against its towers. This amazing building, with some 3,000 hectares, has become one of the favorite destinations for tourists in the Cusco region. It is