The former capital of the majestic Inca Empire is famous for archeological remains and Spanish architecture. Outstanding stonework, squares, and temples enchant the visitors on daily bases. Cusco city thrives! Cobblestone streets, people in traditional clothes, llamas, and alpacas with all their cuteness all around. Oh my, where do we sign up?! Right here, book a tour to experience the undisputed archeological kingdom of Latin America and the continent oldest inhabited city. Cusco is the gateway to Machu Picchu world wonder and a starting point for discovering the country.Peruvian traditional cuisine is famous for Lomo Saltado fusion of Peruvian ingredients and Asian cooking techniques. The meals are often made with spicy ají pepper followed by a rice dish. The national alcoholic drink of Peru is Picso while cocktails are widely popular as well.Famous Cusco attractions include: Sacsayhuaman, Inca Trail, Plaza de Armas, Salinas de Maras, Tipton, Choco Museo (yes please!)
Nearby places: Pisac, Abanacay, National Sanctuary Megantoni.Did you know? Cusco was an important component of Inca rule, they believed it to be sacred.The countries name comes from the Spanish misuse for the word Quechua, meaning “A river”.