Royal Inti Cusco

Address: Calle Santa Teresa No. 327, Cusco, Peru | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Calle Santa Teresa No. 327, Cusco, is near Cusco Cathedral, Plazoleta de San Blas, Hiram Bingham Train, and Inca Museum.
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Travel Blogs from Cusco

Cusco walking tour

A travel blog entry by zoeandluke on Jul 23, 2014

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... is red and white). 7 is a lucky number so there are lots of streets in Cusco called the 7 angels, 7 snakes etc. Peruvian’s go mad for Independence day and from 24th-28th July there are pretty much marches every day. Zoe dressed up as an Inca towards the end of the tour and she looked the part. We finished the day with another of the amazing sandwiches from Café Moreno. Tomorrow we head to Arequipa in the South-West of Peru in the ...

El camino a Paucartambo

A travel blog entry by kef on Jul 15, 2014

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... beautiful to look at, supposedly they dance the same way since the beginnings of the mourning of ¨La Virgen Carmen¨, in whose honor they celebrate and dance.
The dancing is a long 4-6 hours ceremony for each of the 5 days through the whole city ending in the main (and only) church in Paukartambo. There is a representative group of 12 of the most ancient Quechua tribes with traditional clothes. To be allowed to dance your parents must have been dancers, ...


A travel blog entry by rubyandwolsey on Jul 08, 2014

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... in the lake. As impressive as the construction of the islands were, we soon realised that we had in fact wondered into a fully baited tourist trap. On arrival we were given a talk by the "mayor" of the island, who needed to be translated as he spoke no Spanish, only the local language, Quechua (We later heard him chatting to the guide in Spanish, asking how much money they had made from today's batch of tourists). We were led into the little shack of a local man who showed us his ...

Machu Picchu and the journey back to Cusco…

A travel blog entry by kate_5 on Jun 17, 2014

... tried to explain what different things were or had been. As we approached the end of the ruins tour, Jhonatan pointed out where the stairs were if we wanted to hike back up to the sun gate. I originally thought he said we had to go back up the stairs to go out, so I told him I was prepared to push him over the side of the mountain if that was the case. He laughed when I said that, then pointed out where we needed to go. LOL. On the ...

Last day in Cuzco, Peru

A travel blog entry by amr_4242 on May 23, 2014

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... I have also enjoyed the amazing places I have been able to visit while I have been in Peru. Machu Picchu was great, but Peru has such a rich history and to actually be able to see many of the ruins and architecture from the Incas, and even from the people before the Incas, was amazing to see and I am glad I got the opportunity to see it all.

I really enjoyed my time here in Peru. Living in another country for ...