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Half Day Horseback Riding Tour to Inca Ruins from Cusco
"This Horseback Riding tour provides an alternative way to visit the four archaeological complexes located on the outskirts of Cusco. This fabulous half day tour takes you around all the most important sites of Cusco with a Spanish-English bilingual guide first class horses and explanations in each of the places you visit. You can encounter the mystery and make your best photos of the ancient Inca ruins and the urban landscape of the city of Cusco. We know how nature Andean mountains rivers and the horses revitalize the spirit of any person.These horseback riding tours are designed with security protocols for horses staff and visitors creating wellness in their experiences. We have wonderful ranches and guides!The duration of the tour is about 4 hours.""""Visit the four most important sacred Inca sites: Saqsayhuaman
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Small Group Half-Day City Tour of Cusco
"Your tour begins in the afternoon with a pick up from your centrally located Cusco Hotel. From there you'll visit the cathedral with its fabulous art: paintings and works in carved cedar wood gilded with gold and silver leaves. You'll also see the Temple ""The Enclosure of Gold"" with its perfect stonework and architecture reflecting the fact that it was the most important and most sacred temple during the Incan empire.Next you'll visit the Incan remains of temples Sacsayhuaman which is a wonder of the world where the cyclopean stones of more than 100 tons fit so perfectly that one cannot introduce a knife between them. Next stop you'll go to Qenqo which was dedicated to Mother Earth and the four natural elements. Your final stop will be to see Puca Pucara's Archaeological site and the baths of Tambomachay. The temple where the water was worshiped. Once your tour is over
From $25.00
 
7K Running Tour from Sacsayhuaman to Cusco's Historical Center
"Start with hotel pickup from most centrally located Cusco hotels by driver/guide. Warm up for your unique running tour of Cusco among the impressive Incan architecture of Sacsayhuaman. Stretch by this archaeological park comprised of an ancient fortress and sacred temples. Embark upon an exhilarating 7k run via the Antisuyo Inca Trail that was used to connect the Amazon Jungle to Cusco. Refresh your senses as you pass through an eucalyptus forest before descendin the oldest neighborhood of Cusco. Pass the colonial mansions elegant palaces historical squares and narrow streets of Cusco. Catch the famous Twelve-Angled Stone on Hatun Rumiyoj Street a testament to the precise and fine masonry of Inca architecture. Complete your run at the Plaza de Armas
From $70.00

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Pachapapa

Located on San Blas main square this place was recommended by our hostelMajority of seating is outside so a little unusual to be eating in your coatAnd no idea what happens if it rainsBut it's a nice...
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Las Nustas

We stopped by this place in San Blas for lunchService was slow and very oddly our mains came before our starters!I tried ceviche for the first time. It was nice but spicy.Bill was 116 soles, our most...
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Kashka Fe

We just stumbled across this place and oh what a find, located just a block from the main square it's a very small place but the food awesomeI had chicken stuffed with spinach, mozzarella topped with...
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Cicciolina

This Peruvian/Australian owned and run restaurant is a gem. The kind of place that weary travellers, local guides, foodies, drinkers and wine enthusiasts will return to again and again.It has it's...
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Sumaq Misky

Found the place in the LP book. It's more or less a hip meat shop that has turned a bit upscale. It shares the top floor of the building with a bar which can provide some music for your dining...
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Granja Heidi

My favorite restaurant in Cuzco. All ingredients come from the owners local farm(?). I had an omelette with tomatoes and ricotta. For dessert I had a piece of carrot cake. Both were exceptional.I...
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TUNUPA

Andean music and dances in the heart of Cusco offering creole, international and novo-andina cuisine while enjoying a spectacular view of the main square!!!Capacity for 130 people. EVERYTHING!!!!! The...
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Victor Victoria

Came in here for lunch on our first day. Yeah it is listed in the LP book. I know some people like to bash the LP books. Can't beat their maps and I have eaten well more than a few times thanks to...
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Street vendor

Street food is great. It is local, cheap and fresh (I hope)Found this guy selling salted game hen eggs. We got 5 for a sole?Anyway they were a great snack to start the morning out onAt night and in...
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La Paccha

Don't know if the place is a secret in the land of many but you cannot beat the prices. The place is one of many little places tucked in and around San Blas. It is a small place run by a Lithuanian...
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Cafe Cultural Sur Andino

Looking for a good cup of joe in Cuzco? This place which is tucked away off Calle Arequipa may satisfy your urge. They make a mean expresso and have other great treats which make it a great place to...
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Top Chicken

Peru is well-known for its grilled chicken or pollo a la brasa. You can't do better than Top Chicken -- despite its anglicized name. For S/7.5 (or $2.50), you get a salad buffet, fries and 1/4 chicken...
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Ritual

I liked this restaurant a lot. This is a small cafe right next ot the popular Jacks cafe. It serves a lot of vegetarian food. I had a curry plate. It had a serving of rice on the side and stir-fried...
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Great Cafe/Bar/Restaurant

Ama Lur was a nice little restaurant amongst the many others offering nice food and great service. Unlike most other restaurants in the area they weren't outside hassling us to enter. Lunch from 8...
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Things to Do Near Cuzco

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Pisac

In the 1530s, the Spanish conquitadors invaded, conquered and ramsacked the Inca town of Pisac. About 40 years later, the town was rebuilt closer to the river at the bottom of the hill, thus leaving...
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Sacsayhuaman

The ruins are still pretty much in a natural state although preservation work has begun. The fortress was built by the Inkas in the 1300's on the site of earlier occupations. it commands a view over...
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San Blas

A much simpler Adobe Church set in a beautiful plaza. what it lacks for ornateness on the outside is made up for in the wonderful wood carved alter on the inside. The church sits in a little local...
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Hatun Rumiyoc - Twelve-Angle Stone

As they walk up Hatun Rumiyoc Street, visitors might not realize that they are walking on one of the original Inca roads of Cusco. The narrow street is now lined with attractive shops one one side,...
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