Ollantaytambo Travel Guide
The Living Inca City
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29 January 2015For this 2015, Machu Picchu, Cusco, Peru & many more will be in your planning trips!!!
No wonder the Spaniard colonists never found Machu Picchu five centuries later, getting there is still a challenge. If you don't want to hire a travel agency or wade through the backpacking options in popular guidebooks, considerable due diligence is required to get you to Peru then to Cusco then to Aguas Calientes, and from there up to the ...
22 January 2015Cusco a magic city for everyone
Into the diary "Nuevo Herald" in spanish, the writers of Giuliana Nanetii & Luis E. Palacios wrote about the beautiful landscapes in Cusco and many other things that you can visit in this attractive city, as their archaeological complexes: Machu Picchu, Ollantaytambo, Pisaq, Sacred Valley, Tipon and many more.
Here is a little extract of this article on englis 'cause ...
15 January 2015 Machu Picchu strengthens security for tourists
The District of Machu Picchu going to apply the security plan of Miraflores (district in Lima - Perú) for international and national tourists. This announcement was realized by the mayor Jorge Muñoz Wells.
Into this new strategies for the security in Machu Picchu will be included: integrated patrol (security guards or serenazgo - National Police), monitoring and filming videos ...
08 January 2015Drone shows the main places to make tourism in Cusco in HD
The new year presented new adventures and for that reason Nevizatv Cusco diffused a video on Youtube with the magnificent areas and Archaeological Places of the imperial city Cusco, and this was thanks to an experiment to flying a drone incorporated with a camera, which recorded all our city.
In the video it can be appreciate the beautiful images such ...
26 December 2014Q’eswachaca bridge: Into the entrails of Cusco City
The Q'eswachaka bridge, still keeps the alive traditions of our inca ancestors and thanks to the commitment of the communities that surrounding this place still remains intact. This bridge is a wonderful piece of engineering and Inca culture, 'cause is a weave bridge on their integrity with vegetal fiber (straw) and is a important stretch of the Qhapaq Ñan, ...