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  • 1

    The Sacred Valley of the Incas

    34 reviews

    Wow what an amazing place, quite close to Cusco & Machu Picchu this sacred valley is quite amazing. When we got here we were very fortunate not to encounter too many other tourists. When we arrived it was quite misty but once the mist disappeared we were enchanted by the beauty & history of this sacred valley. Our local guide ...

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  • 2

    The Inca Trail

    29 reviews

    The most beautiful but also most challenging backpacking/hiking I have done - The Inca Trail! The trail to Machu Picchu is amazing, however it is not just about the destination. The journey there is all part of the wonderful experience. Train for it and give yourself time to acclimate.

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  • 3

    City of Cuzco Historic Center

    33 reviews

    Cuzco is the Kathmandu of the Andes. Steeped in tradition and altitude but not attitude, the city of gold (as it was known when Pizarro conquered it) exudes an old world charm and grace despite the bloody treachery that led to it's ultimate demise and subsequent rebirth under the conquistatores. Its history, indigenous culture, lively nightlife and the trailhead to ...

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  • 4

    Plaza de Armas

    32 reviews

    The Cathedral, the arquitecture, the square all make this place beautiful. It is surrounded by shops and restaurants. It makes this place beautiful. At night time is the best time to visit it.

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  • 5

    Ollantaytambo

    26 reviews

    If I were to do my trip all over again, I would have spent a night in this quaint little town. Home to an Incan archaeological sight, the town has attractive cafes, lovely views of the valley, and just enough to keep you busy at a slow pace for a day or two. Tourists certainly stop here but it isn't ...

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  • 6

    Sacsayhuaman

    27 reviews

    Also referred to as Sexy Woman, Sacsayhuaman used to be the fortress that protected Cuzco city from ancient settlers that came from the amazon jungle. With huge stones perfectly set on top of each other, Sacsayhuaman generates imaginary stories about aliens` aid in its construction. A must visit.

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  • 7

    Huayna Picchu

    17 reviews

    Hauyna Picchu is the Main peak that overlooks the grounds of Machu Picchu. Steep and treacherous climb.

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  • 8

    Cusco Cathedral

    16 reviews

    I've visited this Cathedral twice and really enjoyed the experience. The church is absolutely gorgeous and there is a lot to see inside in terms of art and architecture.

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  • 9

    Moray

    10 reviews

    Be in the centre of the circles and receive the positive energy! Abt 45 mins drive from Cusco city. On the way down, just be careful and don't mis-step. Some of the inca steps are gap too wide or too high apart.

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  • 10

    San Blas

    9 reviews

    Cute little plaza in the old town with a nice church. Creates a romantic setting in the evening for a stroll, and it is close to a bunch of cafes and bistros

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  • 11

    Korikancha

    10 reviews

    I'm not a religious person, but I do have a fascination with religious art and history. So, this combination of both an ancient Incan temple and a centuries-old convent and church was really fascinating. Take along a guide or a guide book with you so you can fully appreciate the details of this spectacular complex.

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  • 12

    Mercado Central de San Pedro

    7 reviews

    Handcraft souvenirs to give and remember this incredible place with cultural objects.

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  • 13

    La Catedral

    7 reviews

    Beautiful and ornate gothic-barroque church, that was built ontop of a major Incan temple. The foundations of the Incan temple were reused in the construction of the Cathedral. The church also houses a beautiful collection of colonial artwork that shows some of the interesting mixtures of european and criollo styles.

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  • 14

    Awana Kancha Llama Farm

    6 reviews

    I really liked this place. It's super touristy, but it was a lot of fun. It's a camel zoo, where they have all types of andean camels - llamas, alpacas, vicuñas and huanacos. You get to pet the llamas and the alpacas, feed them and play around with them. Vicuñas and huanacos are wild and can't be kept in captivity ...

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  • 15

    ChocoMuseo

    4 reviews

    Wonderful Coca shop! You are greeted with a cup of coca shell tea and given an introduction to the layout of the shop. Information on the history, displays on the production and hands on demonstrations. Be sure to time your visit for one of these at 10, 12, and 2pm. (Double check times before your visit) The prices in the ...

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  • 16

    Sinakara Valley

    3 reviews

    Home of the Qoyllur Rit'i festival. Most amazing place in all Peru.

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  • 17

    Ausangate Mountain

    3 reviews

    It's a beautiful 4 days horse riding trip. No experience with horses needed. It is the most Amazing thing I did in Cusco (better than the Machu Pichu).

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  • 18

    Andean Overland

    3 reviews

    This company was amazing. It was priced well compared to other competitors. There are cheaper options, but they tend to form huge groups of trekkers, but Peru Treks will limit the group size so that it is still intimate. Our guide and assistant guide were really informative, and props to assistant guide Percy for pretty much walking next to me/dragging ...

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  • 19

    Cuzco Trolley

    3 reviews

    For those like to revive good memories about antique cities around the World.

  • 20

    Puca Pucara

    5 reviews

    Puca Pucara was a control point. It also had big storage buildings to store dehidrated foods. It has a beautiful view.

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