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Cusco Vacation Packages

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Top Hotels in Cusco

Novotel Cusco
Novotel Cusco
4 out of 5
San Augustin 239 Esquina, Cusco, Cusco
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is CA $66 per night from Apr 21 to Apr 22
4.5/5Wonderful! (721 reviews)
"Is a mix modern and old construction that’s why love it"

Reviewed on Mar. 31, 2021

Novotel Cusco
Sonesta Hotel Cusco
Sonesta Hotel Cusco
4 out of 5
Ave. El Sol 954, Cusco, Cusco
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is CA $79 per night from May 1 to May 2
4.6/5Exceptional! (993 reviews)
"Nice hotel, the inside its beautiful, it looks like a regular place from the outside. We got the best room, breakfast was good."

Reviewed on Jan. 9, 2021

Sonesta Hotel Cusco
JW Marriott El Convento Cusco
JW Marriott El Convento Cusco
5 out of 5
Esquina De La Calle Ruinas 432, y San Agustin, Cusco, Cusco
Free cancellationReserve now, pay when you stay
The price is CA $174 per night from Apr 21 to Apr 22
4.8/5Exceptional! (995 reviews)
"The staff was magnificent. A special Thanks to Melissa, Natalie, Claudia and Jorge. They made our stay home away from home. Their warm personality and attentiveness creates a hospitality that is unmatched."

Reviewed on Apr. 12, 2021

JW Marriott El Convento Cusco
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Top things to do in Cusco

Cusco (region) Vacation Packages

Find the heart of the ancient Incan Empire, where cities sprawl around historic ruins and verdant mountains cloaked in mist drop into lush river gullies. The ancient and the modern hum in harmony throughout Andean peaks and Amazon lowlands in the southeastern Peruvian region of Cusco. Discover why the Incas called this place the belly button of the world when you explore the vast ancient cities of the Sacred Valley of the Incas and the urban metropolis of the region’s capital city, Cusco .

The city of Cusco lies within the rugged range of the Southern Sierras. Its layers of history can be seen in its architecture, with Spanish colonial structures built atop the ancient Incan walls. Wander through labyrinthine alleys to spacious plazas, such as Plaza de Armas . Encounter the cultural traditions of the indigenous Quechua when you peruse local galleries and markets, such as San Pedro Market or the Artisan Market. Go on daytrips to the impressive ruins of Sacsayhuaman , Qenko, Puka Pukara and Tambomachay. Book a whitewater-rafting tour around Chuquicahuana and Cusipata and meet some of the local wildlife at Ccochachuasi Animal Sanctuary. As evening falls, follow the crowds to the clubs and bars to experience the city’s nightlife.

Cusco is the gateway to one of Peru’s most famous landmarks: Machu Picchu . The Lost City of the Incas is perched high above the Urubamba River on a misty Andean peak. Explore beautifully preserved 15th-century Incan temples and buildings in this UNESCO World Heritage Site. Veiled for hundreds of years by impassable mountains and cloud forests, Machu Picchu is only accessible on foot or via a series of minibuses. Machu Picchu lies at the endpoint of the popular 26-mile (43-kilometer) Inca Trail, which passes through orchid-laden greenery and fern glades.

Find more archaeological wonders throughout the Sacred Valley, including the city of Písac with its beautiful ruins and busy weekly market. Urubamba is a modern transport hub while Ollantaytambo has a traditional ancient Incan layout. Soothe your muscles after a day of hiking and sightseeing in the hot springs in the Santa Teresa, Calca or Sicuani districts.

Reach Cusco by plane to Alejandro Velasco Astete International Airport. The dry season is between May and September. Visit outside of July and August to avoid the crowds in this popular region.

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