Despite being Peru's main tourist hub, Cusco (also known as Cuzco or Qusqu in local native language) still manages to retain its infamous grandeur and delicate beauty.
From the Cusco Travel Guide
Average cheapest prices by month for budget accommodation in Cusco
Best place in peru!!, the stuff here is great, the owner and his son, very helpfull with all the questions that we had, many languages spoken, klitchen´s got everything you are going to need and the brwonie is lovely, highly recomended, the steps to get there will kleep you fit and will train you for machu picchu and you get great views, san blas s ... more
I was given a dank, dark room on the ground floor. The mattress was hard and the room was cold. The shower only gave less than lukewarm water and it was unpleasant. During the day there was loud salsa music making having a nap after a long bus ride very difficult. In the morning I couldn't wait to leave and didn't stay for breakfast. ... more
Please help. Are Cuzco and Cusco different cities in Peru? I have looked up different sites and both spellings are used for the city near machu pichu. They are listed as different cities in the accommodation section of this site but the spelling cuzco doesn't have any available places. Any help ...
Santiago to Cusco
Howdy chaps Dose anybody know if its possible to fly from Santiago to Cusco and where one might book such a flight? c ...
copacabana to cusco ?
hey all, well today my friend and i finally got round to planning our route for south america... so no doubt over the next few weeks i'll be asking lotsa questions first one for now - we're wanting to do a bit of overland travel and want to bus it to cusco from copacabana. we don't want to stay ...
Die Inkas und das heilige Tal
Ich glaube cusco ist DIE Touristenstadt überhaupt, es ist wie eine Stadt die garnicht zu dem Land gehört, hier gibt es nichts, aber auch garnichts das anderen Ecken in Peru ähnelt, bis auf die typischen ...
Posted in Amelie´s Reisen - Südamerika by amelierei
So after an 11 hour flight and no serious delays I have managed to arrive in Peru. After a few hours in Lima airport I caught my flight out to Cusco and am now relaxing at my hotel in anticipation of what the next few months will bring. The plan is to do something as follows: Cusco, Inka Trail ...
Posted in South America Trip by PeruDreamer
The Navel of the World
The train finally pulls into Cusco station and the hiking adventure portion of our trip comes to a close. Time for a little rest and relaxation in the lovely city of Cusco. Cusco was the capital ...
Posted in South America 2008 by joannacez