Club Hotel Centro de Convenciones Cusco

Av Tomasa Tito Condemayta 903, Cusco, Peru
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Taxi Driver and/or tour guide

by emphasis

Looking for references and contact information for taxi driver and/or private guide for Cusco and Sacred Valley. Thanks. Jerry

Re: Taxi Driver and/or tour guide

by massimo_mxp

Hi,

we were in Cusco in 2009. The guide we had at that time was very reliable and now runs an own small company. You can contact him under: juveltad@hotmail.com or visit his webpage. www.incatrekkers.com

regards,
massimo

Re: Taxi Driver and/or tour guide

by risse73

You can also obtain referrals from your hotel/hostel in Cusco or Sacred Valley.

Good Luck & Enjoy Beautiful Peru!

Travel Tips for Cusco

Eat guinea pig without the queasy factor

by LizontheMove

We wanted to eat guinea pig, to experience the custom, but without having to face a barbequed rodent on our plate.
We went to Sumaq Misky- a restaurant in one of the market alleys off the main square.
They offer aromatic crispy guinea pig (which we had- delicious!), guinea pig tikka and other such delights that are unrecognisable as the cuddly creature it is!

Children

by andal13

You will find children any where you go; they do different services for coins: guide, play music, sell different stuff.

Encontrarás niños por donde quiera que vayas; ellos realizan distintos servicios a cargo de unas monedas: guiar a los turistas, tocar instrumentos, vender todo tipo de cosas.

Bohemian...Hippi-ish Barrio San Blas

by malianrob

Well San Blas isnt too off the beaten path but its somewhat of a walk if you want to get there from the Plaza de Armas. Of course we did do a bunch of stops by the time we got here. But I think San Blas was one of the places in Cusco that I really really liked. Adrianna and I took a hike up on of the streets and it was a pretty steep walk with very narrow streets. It was a work out. First we got to the Plaza San Blas. From there we saw the Iglesia San Blas and in the square we shopped alittle and listened to music. This place had the feel of a place like Solvang (USA). It also has a style all its own and very unique in Cusco. In the plaza square you will see a mix of people. Some Indiginous, some hippie types, tourist, dreed locked wearing people, tattooed, stoners, drinkers...all kinds of unique individuals. From the plaza square we went up by the shops and cafes and walked all the way up the steep streets to a look out point. It was like a hangout type of little park. Most of the people hanging out were locals, it was early in the morning and quite a few people were already drunk. We took a few pictures there and we were going to hang out for a while but decided against it. In San Blas there are alot of Hostals.
San Blas was my favorite spot in Cusco. Do not miss it!

Q'engo

by darthmilmo

Q'engo is an amazing Incaic amphitheatre with some of the finest stone carvings I have ever seen. In fact, the site was designed and built from several giant rocks still clearly visible. There is a beautiful tunnel system with incredible stone carving inside. Sadly, the tunnels are used as toilets by some today.

(under one hour by local bus)

Cuzco airport

by SirRichard

Most tourist arrive to Cuzco by plane from Lima. It is a small airport, and while you wait for the lugagge you will find many stalls offering info about hotels, agencies...
Most of the flights land and leave early in the morning. There are departure taxes (10 USD international, 3,5USD national).
As far as I know there is no bus to the city center, so your only option might be a taxi (about 5 soles, but bargain!). If you reserve an Inca Trail or a hotel, you can tell them to pick you up at the airport too, they did it for free to me.

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