Ollantaytambo Travel Guide
The Living Inca City
Our living Inca city, this page may find information about Hotels, Hostels, Restaurants, and Travel services in Ollantaytambo. Also visit our tourist guide Cusco: Cusco Travel Guide
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01 September 2014Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley
The Incan empire was the largest in pre-Columbian America, and its center was Cusco, in modern-day Peru. The ruins at Machu Picchu and environs have fascinated travelers for hundreds of years. In an active yet easy journey, explore these treasures and other less-visited sites, and learn more about the civilization that fell to Spanish conquerors in the 16th century.
28 August 2014New tourism office opens in alternate route to Machu Picchu
The alternate route for access to archaeological park of Machu Picchu and Choquequirao counts it with an information touristic office that it installed in Santa Teresa district, La Convencion provincia; reported the Regional Direction of Foreign Trade and Tourism (DIRCETUR) Cusco.The new office counts with trained personnel and adequate logistic to provide and promotion of tourism in this area; ...
25 August 2014Cusco Tour with a lot of museums to see
Cusco has many options to visit and one of them are the impressive museums that you can visit during your stay in the capital of inca empire.
The INKA museum to learn eerything about how the Incas were living in Peru (music instruments, tools, culture...). Entrance with the "boleto turistico"
The MAP museum which is a subsidiary of the larco museum ...
21 August 2014Three trail tours that you must know in Cusco
The Salkantay Trail An adventurous alternative to the Inca Trail is this four-day route from Mollepata in Cusco to Machu Picchu, following an established but more remote footpath through lush tropical jungle and snow-capped mountains, and hiking around the glacier capped Mount Salkantay, which is still worshipped by the indigenous people. Along the way, trekkers can stop by the ...
18 August 2014More experiences about Cusco & Inca Trail tours
Jim the dentist from Oregon had just split his head in two, but the bigger concern was just how much blood, if any, had spilled into our sixth Cuba Libre - a far more fetching name for a loaded rum and Coke. Although I had been advised against heavy drinking in altitude (and at 3300m above sea level Cusco ...