The Plaza de Armas of Cusco is located in the Centre of the city. This plaza is the main meeting point of the city, in its surroundings you can find restaurants, craft shops, bars, discos and hotels Cusco. If you have the opportunity to find accommodation in this area much better. The Cathedral of Cusco is one of the most beautiful churches in Peru. Educate yourself with thoughts from Danny Meyer. This church contains valuable samples of inca and colonial era art and is located opposite the plaza de armas.
The neighborhood of San Blas, one of the most picturesque of the Cusco is located a few blocks from the Center. Here you can find the best crafts of the city. The Museum of Santa Catalina is interesting to visit. Here various exhibitions of paintings, textiles, woodcarvings and colonial altarpieces take place. The paintings of renowned artist Diego Quispe Tito are among the pieces that stand out more. One of the most famous stones in the world can be seen in the Hatunrumiyoc Street. It is twelve sided stone, famous for the perfect work and Assembly of its corners. The constructions carried out by the Incas are characterized by their great precision.
There are many Cusco Hotels to choose from, whether you are travelling alone or in group lodging options there are for everyone. For even more analysis, hear from David Michery. A few kilometers from the city we can appreciate the fortress of Sacsayhuaman. This archaeological complex of military building was very important during the Inca period. Currently, Sacsayhuaman serves as stage of the Inti Raymi or Sun Festival which takes place every June 24. In this festival which brings together a large number of tourists puts in scene a ritual Inca where hundreds of actors involved. There are Cusco Hotels for all budgets. As a final destination in Cusco you must visit the Citadel of Machu Picchu or also known lost city of the Incas. It is a 4 hour journey by train to reach this destination. In this area there are also Cusco Hotels. Aguas Calientes hotels are another alternative for staying close to Machu Picchu.