Hostal Pakcha Real

Address: Tandapata 300, Cusco, Peru | Hostel
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This hostel, located on Tandapata 300, Cusco, is near San Blas, Q'engo, Munaycha, and Museum of Religious Art (Museo de Arte Religioso).
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          Free day in Cusco

          A travel blog entry by lizrosa on Nov 03, 2015

          12 photos

          ... is considered to be one of the best examples of Colonial Baroque architecture in Peru. It has a spectacular 21 meter high cedar altar covered in gold leaf, sculptures and many paintings by Cusco artists.

          Some of the group were finishing the tour so most of us went for a last lunch with them at yet another fantastic restaurant. Edith gave a little speech and gave the people who were leaving Quechua names. She is good at identifying ...

          Chilling in Cusco, or Qosqo to the locals

          A travel blog entry by sarahandliz on Sep 19, 2015

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          ... seemed to rain at the same time every day and we took refuge in Paddys, the worlds highest 100% Irish owned Irish pub - bit of a tedious claim to fame!

          Our main complaint of the city is that they seem to enjoy setting off fireworks and fire crackers all day and all night. Literally all night. Also there seems to be a strange custom to ring church bells at strange times as well. You would be dropping off to sleep and the bells would chime, at ...

          More Inca ruins in Sacred valley

          A travel blog entry by srandac2015 on Sep 05, 2015

          4 comments, 22 photos

          ... located 32km northeast of Cusco. We took a local bus to Pisac that cost 3 soles ($1.30 AUD) each. For this we got to ride on a battered old bus with no seat belts, cracked front windscreen and faulty doors. People crammed into the bus and when all the seats were taken they stood in the isles. Luckily we had a seat. The journey took one hour. We descended into Urubamba Valley to Pisac (2972m) and disembarked at the bridge just outside the town centre. Every town or ...

          No regrets

          A travel blog entry by shelleeh on Aug 06, 2015

          4 photos

          ... I was a little taken back. There were quads as promised but also, chickens, pigs and sheep sharing the same roads! We were given a brief demonstration and then off we went. I was the only driver with experience, so I got to be in front. Since it was Makena's first time ever driving a quad, I held up my finger every time we needed to shift gears. Makena picked up shifting quickly and we all had a great time. We drove in a line ...

          Cusco - The Capital of the Land of the Incas

          A travel blog entry by explorewithemma on Aug 03, 2015

          21 photos

          ... city through the food, museums and culture. I bought a couple of quirky handmade crafts in one of the many, many crafts shops in the city, because shopping is a must do activity in Cusco! I also visited two excellent museums, Museo de Arte Pre-Columbio and Museo Inka. Both were really excellent. Museo Inka gave a fabulous and detailed history of the Incan empire and Museo de Arte Pre-Columbio presented many exquisite pieces of inca art work ranging from silverware, ...