B&B-Hotel Pension Alemana

Address: Calle Tandapata 260, Cusco, Peru | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on Calle Tandapata 260, Cusco, is near San Blas, Q'engo, Munaycha, and Museum of Religious Art (Museo de Arte Religioso).
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TravelPod Member ReviewsB&B-Hotel Pension Alemana Cusco

Reviewed by eliswift4

Super cute place

Reviewed Jan 17, 2012
by (8 reviews) Houston , Chile Flag of Chile

Really nice, clean, cute flower garden. Great breakfast. A bit of a hike up the hille, but helpful managers

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Reviewed by dixongarnett

An oasis

Reviewed Jan 3, 2012
by (1 review) , Australia Flag of Australia

After travelling for 6 weeks we found that this place answered all our needs as travellers. Coco tea on arrival, with a guide to breakfast times and sights and restaurants. Tea, Coffee and fruit on tap all day. They booked taxis and buses and all the restaurants were brilliant. When it rained they had umbrellas, when we suffered a bit of altitude, they bought out the oxygen... I would only recommend to travellers to stay in Pisac for a couple of days to acclimatise first and work your way up to Cusco. You can lose days otherwise and be quite sick. Pisac is a 30 minute drive, is charming and has amazing ruins to see. Well Worth it.

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TripAdvisor Reviews B&B-Hotel Pension Alemana Cusco

4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding

Travel Blogs from Cusco

Urabamba, Ollantaytambo, crisco.

A travel blog entry by janbraddon on Nov 04, 2014

2 comments, 1 photo

... had started to set up the terracing of the mountains, planting even much higher than the Inkas. The Inkas experimented with circular gardens, either they dug them, or they were the result of meteorites. By gardening at different depths, the Inkas worked out growing plans to make their gardening more efficient (at least, that's what they believe, as the Spanish destroyed all written documents!). When the Spanish arrived they broke up ...

A day in the life

A travel blog entry by cindyaserkoff on Oct 02, 2014

... a fully roasted pig out of the oven for us to see. Our guide then gave us a list of items to find and buy at the local market. After accomplishing our tasks we then took a tuk tuk back to the square where we boarded the bus. Our next stop was an elementary school that grand circle supports through its foundation. We were greeted by ...

The Mighty Jungle

A travel blog entry by debw on Aug 10, 2014

2 comments, 6 photos

... up to watch the sunrise over the river. We then took the boat back to town and got on the plane back to Cusco. I picked up an empanada for lunch. This afternoon I took a trip to the Choco Museum. The museum was pretty small and unfortunately we weren't able to get into a chocolate making workshop. But we did get to eat some delicious chocolate fondue. Tomorrow it's back to my placement. I have 3 more days in Cusco and then I head out in the Lares Trek to Machu ...

Our last time in Cusco, hopefully.

A travel blog entry by phillipsquared on Jul 13, 2014

19 photos

... so when we got to the town Chris pulled on the hand break and we all got out, forcing his hand. Surprisingly he agreed to the 100 Soles for the day. Score for the Phillips's, it's about time. The salt pools were amazing and what is really cool is that the people still use them today to harvest salt. They use the natural evaporation method to produce the salt and there is a small water course masterfully created to feed the each pool. The water obviously flows through a natural ...