Mirador del Inka

Tandapata 160 San Blas, Cusco, 01, Peru

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    nice cheap relaxed


    This hostel had a relaxed atmosphere. It's quite cheap and it has got some nice lazy dogs hanging around in front of our room. We had a warm shower and a good bed.
    We got our laundry done over there. That was a mistake because that was expensive. Well that's a general tip for travelling. Don't get your laundry done in a hostel, the laundry places in the street are much cheaper.

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Forum Posts

Buying tickets for KUSIKAY show in Cusco

by Alonso20

Can you buy tickets for KUSIKAY outside the Theatre or you have to buy them online? Thanks

Salkantay Trek (by ALL TREK)

by anda23

Hi. My girlfriend and I are planning on doing the Salkantay Trek departing July 30th from Cuzco. We'd love to have others join us (only 03 person). We are going with the Apus Peru mentioned by Mario was they seem to be socially responsible and environmentally conscious. Our trip is listed on the Trekkers wanted section www.alltrekcusco.com We've had a good experience dealing with them so far.

Re: Buying tickets for KUSIKAY show in Cusco

by rorme

I think the only way is to go and get the tickets. I heard it is an awesome show! I am going tomorrow to Cusco and I am going to see Kusikay for sure!

Travel Tips for Cusco

kids are kids everywhere...

by willy_wonka

what really had me perplexed was the way children just walk around cusco, at the youngest of ages. coming from a society of 'danger' with sexual predators and perverts lurking around, i was quite shocked at seeing such young children walking home from school, or kicking a ball on the street, or as these kids were doing in the photo, playing 'tazos'. (discs you turn upside down, then you get a heavy disc/coin and whack it down and flip some up to reveal pics, then you keep). anyway i would often show my surprise, but mr w_w wasnt phased by it. he said thats peru. from a young age he was on the streets always playing with his friends as well. it amazed me, because it's definitely not like that in australia, not from the age of 5! kids are so grown up in peru, from a young age they do things for their parents, they go out in the street, and in rural communities, they work. but it was lovely to see happy children, playing out on the streets, trying not to kick the football into the tourists ;-)

Bulls on the roof

by JessieLang

There are little ceramic bulls on all the rooftops in the Sacred Valley. They are supposed to bring good luck, and fertility, to the household. Many roofs had a cross between the bulls.

Some roofs also have flowers. The flowers go up the day you put the roof on (even if the doors and windows aren't in yet) and there is a celebration.

Macchu Picchu

by drumachn

You can make that trip although the train may fill up quickly. It gets crowded and a bit hectic in the lobby so watch your belongings. Not sure there are places you can purchase your MP ticket around AC. Once you get up to the entrance of MP, you can just pay them the fee. When I was there in Spring '07, we toured it, jumped on a shuttle, and handed over the ticket to enter that was given to us; pretty straight forward. For $5 more, go out and climb Huyna Picchu. You get to the top and the view is amazing, well worth the effort.


by chancay about more than 60 discos

Travelling to Machu Picchu you have to pass by Cuzco and it´s worth to stay a while, because Cuzco as well means Party, Party, Party. As far as I know there are more than 60 discos in Cuzco where peruvians foreigners meet and have fun. wear what you want

the perfect place for a perfect dinner

by jglsongs about Pacha Papa

When you walk into Pacha Papa, you walk through a short corridor to a courtyard with tables and a big stone-fire oven. Take a quick left through the door, and you're in the restaurant room - homey, cozy and woody with a fireplace (more like one of those old stoves, but it works). The menu is a big selection of authentic Peruvian comfort food (except surprisingly no dishes with quinoa, at least the 3 times I went there - one of which I was itching for quinoa soup).

Just go - get a mug of chica de jora and bon appétit! (Also a great place to make new friends - the dining room is small, and conversations with neighbors is inevitable.)


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