Visit Cusco City

The city of Cusco is 3,400 meters above sea level, between the Vilcanota and Apúrimac rivers.
Called, also, Qosqo or Cuzco, was the capital of ancient Peru, a place chosen by the Inca Empire of Tahuantinsuyo.
Today thousands of travelers visit it every year to enjoy its attractive proposals and to start the journey that leads to the sacred city of Machu Picchu.

The city of Cusco impacts the visitor for its magic and for the history it houses in its streets and buildings. The city is a place of narrow streets, Inca walls, colonial houses and an exciting nightlife.
Cusco is one of the favorite places in Latin America by millions of travelers.
Below we offer you tools and information that we believe can be very useful in planning and during your stay in Cusco.

About Cusco City

Cathedral of Cusco

The Cathedral of Cusco is located in front of the Plaza de Armas. It was built in the place where the Suntur Wasi was, the Viracocha Inca Palace.

Coricancha

The Coricancha “Temple of the Sun” was a sacred Inca temple, considered one of the most impressive constructions of this civilization.

San Blas Neighborhood in Cusco

San Blas, the neighborhood of artisans, offers tourists a tour of the culture, art, history and current affairs of the city of Cusco.

Qosqo Native Art Center

At the Qosqo Center for Native Art, different musical and folk dance shows are offered every day.

Museums in Cusco

Remains of the history of Cusco are gathered in the different museums, from Pre Inca civilizations to the present.