Ollantaytambo Travel Guide
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21 April 2014Cusco as an upmarket place for to make tourism
Cusco has undergone an invasion of tourists in recent years. Minty Clinch mingles with the new conquistadors.
My head reeled as I stepped out on to the streets of Cusco after nearly 40 years, and not only because of the altitude. To my surprise, the Plaza de Armas, formerly closed and glum, was vibrant with life. The trees in the ...
17 April 2014Cusco is the city most photographed in Google
A tool web located the peruvian city among the 100 places more photographed, based on data of google the famous searcher.
Cusco appears in number 81 of the 100 cities most photographed of the planet in Sightsmap, a virtual tool that shows up by maps "hot zones", places more representative by users, based on data of Panoramia platform and Google ...
14 April 201412 dishes of holy week in Cusco
The twelve dishes that will prepare the moms of Cusco allude to twelve disciples of Jesus Christ. For effects of our chronicle, we will take the testimony of one citizen in Sayllapata district, Paucartambo province.
Teresa Anco Sullca counts us that the twelve dishes that will prepare in his town. The most are soups made a base to andean products. ...
10 April 2014Cusco and its events & festivities
We explain the all festivis that are in Cusco, since first day of every year until the last day of each year, and we hope, this events will produce on you a great effect to relax and enjoy with us the traditions and culture. The spirit of Peruvian Man, sculpted by art and religion, has given rise to a ...
07 April 2014Ollantaytambo remains of the ancestral culture
Wherever you go, Ollantaytambo is a place that to must know in every intinerary, 'cause you will breathe the ancient air of the ancestral people and see the houses covering with thatch. Inside of them you will find altars to dedicated to their ancestors, and by history we know that ancestors were the Qeswas people or best known as ...