The city of Cusco, ancient capital of the Inca empire, was declared a Cultural Heritage site by UNESCO in 1983.
Cusco is Peru's most important destination, offering Incan buildings and Andean Baroque style building. Cusco has an exciting nightlife with restaurants, cafes and bars to suit all tastes, it also has great scenery and Inca fortresses, including Sacsayhuaman, Kenko, Puka Pukara, Tambomachay.
The Sacred Valley, a circuit that provides excellent flora and fauna, as well as an excellent climate.
Tours in Cusco
- City tour
- Valle Sagrado de los Incas
- Inca Trail
The city of Cusco is located at an altitude of 3,399 meters. Cusco has a semi-dry and cold climate. The annual average maximum temperature is 19.6 ° C (67.3 º F) and minimum 4.2 ° C (39.6 º F). The rainy season starts in November and ends in March, a time when the mountains are covered in green. Between June and July is the "cold" (cold) in which they have reported occasional snowfalls.