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    3 reviews

    The river and surrounding hillside scenery are beautiful but, aside from a few nice properties, Urubamba itself has little to offer. If I were to do my trip over again, I'd probably opt for simpler accommodations and stay in Ollantaytambo which is much more charming.

  • 2


    71 reviews

    This uniquely beautiful colonial city is a perfect place to dig in to Peruvian food, culture and history. Give yourself time to take a nap when you get here, and don't be intimidated by the coca tea -- both will help you avoid altitude sickness.

  • 3


    8 reviews

    A street market where one can find beautiful local art crafts. Don't miss the local corn.

  • 4


    11 reviews

    An unexpected highlight of our visit to Peru. Ollantaytambo is a gorgeous little town sandwiched between old Incan ruins and gorgeous mountain scenery. The town feels local but still has plenty of tourist infrastructure. A nice place to sit in a cafe, enjoy a great cup of coffee and marvel and the scenery and local life. We stayed at a ...

  • 5


    5 reviews

    Chinchero is a small town outside of Cusco and a popular spot for tourism in the Sacred Valley for its Inka ruins, textiles museum and outdoor market. This was actually our first stop on our tour of the Sacred Valley. Inka ruins: There was a large stone wall in the town and from a high point, I saw many agricultural ...

  • 6

    Machu Picchu

    194 reviews

    The jewel in the crown of a trip to Cusco and the Sacred Valley. Don't make the mistake of making this a quick visit. The surge in tourism means it can be tough to find your own slice of the magic; however, if you visit multiple times or plan for a long stay, you'll increase your chances of finding solitude. ...

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    Aguas Calientes

    23 reviews

    This little town is the launch off point if you decide to take the train up from Cuzco. We trekked in more remote regions before heading to Macchu Picchu. From Aguas Caliente, you then take a windy bus ride to the ruins, You can understand why Hiram Bingham couldn't easily find the ruins with the incredible jungle enroute!

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