Hotel Misters Inkas

Address: Av. Tullumayu 548 - Plazoleta Limacpampa, Cusco, Cusc01, Peru | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Av. Tullumayu 548 - Plazoleta Limacpampa, Cusco, is near Moray, Avenida El Sol, Red Fortress (Puca Pucara), and Cusco Regional History Museum (Museo Historico Regional del Cusco).
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