Del Prado Inn

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Calle Suecia 310, Cusco, Peru
Del Prado Inn
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  • Couples80
  • Solo81
  • Business100

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Earthquake ramifications

by femaletraveler

I am planning to fly to Lima 21Aug and then on to Cusco and Lake Titicaca and surrounding areas. I am concerned about any problems that might be encountered due to the communications down, delays in transportation, social upheaval....there are 600 prisoners on the loose! I know this isn't close to where the quake was but I'm wondering if the whole country is being affected. I'm considering cancelling my trip thinking that it might be disappointing due to frustrations encountered...and may want to reschedule when things are more normal. Anyone in these areas please tell me how it is. Thanks.


Re: Earthquake ramifications

by nhoolb

From what I have heard and seen is that airlines are operating normally as well as communications with Lima. Of course a report from someone on the spot in Cusco will be the best but I think that travel to Cusco will be ok.

Re: Earthquake ramifications

by Rubia_1

Might be a good idea to rent a satellite phone if you are really concerned about communications while you are away.

Re: Earthquake ramifications

by yin

Dear Femaletraveller

i am going to Lima on 5 of Sept, so your updated information once you arrive Lima would be helpful to me.

best wishes

Re: Earthquake ramifications

by nhoolb

According to the update the Panamericana is open again.

Re: Earthquake ramifications

by kzapanta

femaletravlor, I am so glad to see your concern. About your plans not getting altered by the natural catastrophe that is! No worries, some areas might not have electricity or safe water supplies but they will man all the transportation posts and will have hundreds of tour guides just waiting for you. They might have just lost love ones or their belongings but rest assured they don't want to inconvenience you or be 'disappointing due to frustrations encountered'!!

Travel Tips for Cusco

Boleto Turístico

by VZ-Pam

If you stay in Cusco for 3 days or more, you should get this Boleto Turístico ""tourist ticket" to visit around Cusco. It is the best deal in town to go around.

They also offer student discount, just bring a valid student ID .

Valid for 3 days or 10 days , depends which one you need.

The ticket will give you access to :
•La Catedral
•Museo de Arte Religioso
•Iglesia de San Blas
•Monasterio y Museo de Arte de Santa Catalina
•Municipal Palace Museum (in the Palacio Municipal, Santa Teresa s/n; tel. 084/223-511)
•Museo Arqueológico del Qoricancha
•Museo Histórico Regional
•The Inca ruins of Sacsayhuamán, Q'enko, Puca Pucara, Tambomachay, Pisac,
Ollantaytambo, Chinchero, Pikillacta, and Tipón Buy at the office on 79-A Av. Sol

Packing for the Inca Trail

by annie_c

Good backpack with waist strap for the hike. Bring a fleece, hat and mittens on the Inca Trail because it gets very cold at night. Bring enough toilet paper, you won't find any on the trail. Lots of memory and batteries because you won't want to run out of either on the last day when you get to Machu Picchu. Snacks to eat on the trail. You might get hungry during the day.

San Blas Square

by andal13

After climbing the steep street of San Blas, if you are still alive, you will met San Blas Square, a peaceful and cute place, from where you will enjoy an awesome sight of the city.

Luego de trepar la empinada Cuesta de San Blas, si aún estás con vida, te encontrarás con la Plaza de San Blas, un tranquilo y precioso lugar, desde donde disfrutarás una impactante vista de la ciudad.

Leaving Cusco

by andal13

I felt in love with Cusco, but unfortunately I had to leave it. So I took a train from Cusco to Juliaca (near Titicaca Lake). It was a first- class train, clean and nice; the railway went through deep Peru: little villages with adobe houses, cholas (local women) washing clothes in a creek, worked fields, sheeps... and the beautiful mountains behind.
But the trip lasted almost 10 hours, and it was a torture... Ten hours jumping!!! It was like breaking a wild horse!!!

Me enamoré de Cusco, pero lamentablemente me tuve que ir. Entonces tomé un tren desde Cusco a Juliaca (cerca del lago Titicaca). Era un tren de primera clase, limpio y lindo; la vía llevaba a través del Perú profundo: aldeas con casitas de adobe, cholas lavando ropa en los arroyos, campos cultivados, ovejas... y las hermosas montañas detrás.
Pero el viaje duró por lo menos 10 horas, y fue una tortura... Diez horas slatando!!!! ¡¡¡Fue como domar un caballo salvaje!!!

Balcony over Plaza de Armas

by Amareyui about Tunupa

Go early at around 6:00 p.m. so that you can get a seat in the narrow balcony to enjoy the sunset over the main square. The buffet seems to be most people's choice. The food is okay, but there isnt a whole lot of varieties.
Charges US$15 per.


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Address: Calle Suecia 310, Cusco, Peru