Safe Travels

Safe Travels Perú

Safe Travels Perú

Safe Travels

The Safe Travels seal and its importance in the tourist life of a country Firstly, certification is so important because it reinforces the reactivation of tourism worldwide. It is developed by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), in which they launched a series of safety guidelines for the tourism sector, in turn, the identification

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

Archaeological Complex of Puka Pukara

Archaeological Complex of Puka Pukara

Archaeological Complex of Puka Pukara

Archaeological Complex of Puka Pukara

Archaeological Complex of Puka Pukara In the heart of the Peruvian territory, we find the Archaeological Complex of Puka Pukara located about 3,850 meters above sea level. On the Cusco – Pisac highway just 7 kilometers from the city of Cusco. The purpose of this site was to control the people who came to the city of Cusco.

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50 Charms of the Cusco Region

50 Charms of the Cusco Region

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First, we will start a visualized tour, to discover the 50 Charms of the Cusco Region that you will be able to know when you arrive at the Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport. Despite the fact that the Inca empire disappeared more than 500 years ago, they have left a legacy that currently lives on

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Traditional tours in Cusco

Traditional tours in Cusco

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Do you want to know every inch of Cusco? Traditional Tours in Cusco give you that opportunity. In Andean Explorer’s Cusco you will find an interesting variety of tours for every inch of this magical place. You can choose your favorite, depending on what you want, and do it. Always counting on a certified and

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How much does it cost to visit Cusco?

How much does it cost to visit Cusco?

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How much does it cost to visit Cusco? Visiting the Peruvian city of Cusco is an unforgettable experience. How much does it cost to visit Cusco? Perhaps you have wanted to undertake the adventure of this trip, but perhaps you do not dare faced with the uncertainty of knowing how much it will cost you

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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

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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

Cusco city Peru

Cusco city Peru

Cusco city Peru You are in the city of Cusco and are you looking to do tourism in the city of Cusco Peru? Cusco City Tours are the ideal option. Cusco, was the capital of the impressive Inca empire, so it is full of history, places and unique art in every corner. This incredible place

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Tour the Historic Center of Cusco

Tour the Historic Center of Cusco

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Tour the Historic Center of Cusco Tour the historic center of Cusco and know the incredible places that forged the Inca culture. Today they constitute a clear testimony of the Inca and Hispanic architectural integration, with colonial buildings dating from 1540. The historic center of Cusco, also called the Monumental Zone of Cusco, was named