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|Casa de Campo Hotel Urubamba||Carretera Pumahuanca||Hotel||93|
|cusco rural||Encuentro 119 Lamay||hostel||-|
|El Maizal B&B||Urb. La Kantuta G8||Guesthouse||-|
|Las Chullpas Guest House||Kerocancha area-Ahuamarca Urubamba-Cusco Sacred Valley of the Incas||Guesthouse||98|
|Luna Rumi Hotel||Camino Ccotohuincho s/n||Hotel||-|
|Posada las Tres Marias||Jr. Zavala 307||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|Las Chullpas Ecolodge||Querocancha S/N||GUESTHOUSE||-|
|Inkallpa - Valle Sagrado||Quinto Paradero Poblado Yanahuara||HOTEL||-|
|Llama Pack Backpacker||Sector Huincho, Km. 71 Carretera Urubamba-Ollantay||HOSTEL||-|
See also International Telephone Calls
Check the Serpost website, the national postal service (a private company), for more information about prices and options regarding the sending of postcards, letters and parcels. The post service is relatively efficient and post offices can be found in most cities and (larger) towns. Post offices generally are open from 8:00am to 8:00pm Monday to Saturday and some are open on Sundays from 9:00am to 1:00pm. Postcards are available from street vendors and shops at any touristy area, and stamps are generally available as well, though sometimes only at the post office itself. It takes at least 10 days to send a postcard to North America and prices start at S/5.5. To Europe it is S/7.8 and it takes even a bit longer, around 2 weeks. For little extra money, you can choose 'expresso' services. For large parcels and quantities, you can use both Serpost or a company like DHL which is faster and offers the same prices, though it is still relatively expensive. UPS for some reason is much more expensive in Peru!
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