Travel Blogs from Cusco
... adjustment! The driving is ridiculous here too, I've mentioned it a few times already but it still shocks you. 80% of the cars we see would be defected at home! including taxis and buses. We seen a police officer writing a ticket for someone who they pulled over and I couldn't help but think what in the world he could be getting a ticket for? "Yeah Mate that's a fifty buck fine for wearing a seatbelt. Don't let me catch ya again." Last night I sore some police stop in the middle ...
Arrived in cusco today so went for a little explore around the town before running into a Sandrock local and very good friend of mine seb, who has been travelling for 5 months by himself so me an Emma took him out for dinner and few beers was really all for a just a good old chat ...
... anyone falling out! There were no changing rooms so us ten girls had to try to squeeze back in the mini van to get dry and change into our clothes, whilst Adam and the guys on the rapids crew stayed outside to prepare an alfresco lunch.
At the end of our exhausting and cold long day we went out to a restaurant called "Mr. Soup" where, you guessed it, they sell lots of different types of soup. Adam, trying to ...
... your plate. After breakfast we went into the main square and visited the cathedral. There was Mass happening so we had to stay and listen. I understood every hundredth word - there seemed to be a lot of gustos. It was standing room only and the majority were local people in traditional wear which was pretty neat - women in bright shawls and bowler hats. Rocio later told us that you can tell ...
I will not go to Macchu Picchu. I'm skirting all around it, but it will remain hidden behind these hills. As I wrestled with the decision, I found myself asking "is it ok to not go?" The external pressure is enormous; I feel what a strange tourist I make. But it feels like the kind of place you should go to for a reason. Part of respecting its history and power seems to be to have a purposefulness about the approach. I have no doubt that it’s ...
TripAdvisor Reviews Cusco Hotel
Other places to stay in Cusco
Plazoleta Santo Domingo 259, Cusco | 4 star hotelfrom $212
- The best hotel in town
- Excellent Hotel
- Excellent location & accommodations. Would stay there again.
Calle Palacio 136, Cusco | 5 star hotelfrom $340
- Loved This Hotel!
- Incredible hotel, what a place
- No hot water or air conditioning
Av. Pardo 1080, Cusco | 3 star hotelfrom $101
San Augustin 239, Cusco | 3 star hotelfrom $124
- Novotel is a great hotel
- Great location
- Very nice place to crash in Cusco
Av. El Sol 1010, Cusco | 4 star hotelfrom $94
Maruri 390, Cusco | 3 star hotelfrom $78
Plazoleta de Limacpampa Chico 473, Cusco | 3 star hotelfrom $130
- Servizio impeccabile
- Excellent service
- Awesome Service
Santa Teresa 335, Cusco | 3 star hotelfrom $74
Calle San Augustin 371, Cusco | 3 star hotelfrom $82
Ave El Sol 395, Cusco | 4 star hotelfrom $96
Santa Teresa 344, Cusco | 3 star hotelfrom $106
- The Restaurant is a sleeper!
- Location, comfort and price can't be beat.
- Construction noises
El Sol 954, Cusco | 3 star hotelfrom $109
Tocuyeros 533, Cusco | 3 star hotelfrom $101
- Stay more than one night!
- A charming botique hotel
- Excellent Choice in Cusco
Portal Espinar 142 , Cusco | 3 star hotelfrom $107
- Great location, lovely hotel
- When is ' secure' not secure! Only at the Casa Andina Plaza...
- Una relación calidad-precio excelente
El Sol 602, Cusco | Hotelfrom $80
Puente Del Rosario 128, Cusco | 3 star hotelfrom $79
Santa Catalina Angosta149, Cusco | 3 star hotelfrom $109
Portal Espinar 108, Cusco | 3 star hotelfrom $98
Av de la Cultura 1409, Cusco | Hotelfrom $37
Calle Union 184, Cusco | 3 star hotelfrom $58
- Feel ripped off
- Absolutely Beautiful
- Hotel agréable
Calle Chihuampata 278, Cusco | 3 star hotelfrom $85
Hipolito Unanue 155 , Cusco | 2 star hotelfrom $66
Av. Garcilaso 233-285 , Cusco | Hotelfrom $67
Calle Garcilazo 150, Cusco | 3 star hotelfrom $77
San Blas, 119 Alabado , Cusco | Hotelfrom $84