Exploring the sites of Cusco, Peru


Cusco, at an altitude of 3,400m, is mainly known as the gateway to the Inca Trail and other Incan sites, but it’s not only that.

Cusco holds a whole lot history, Spanish colonial architecture (Take a walk to nowhere in particular around the town – seriously), and archaeological remains.

There are also a number of wonderful restaurants and bars around the main square that I would highly recommend – Cusco is a surprising party town if you want it to be.

I had many a wonderful night in Cusco with new friends, and so this place has a special place in my heart and memories.

If you’re headed to Peru, I would hope Cusco is on your list – if not as a stop on your way to the Inca Trail or somewhere else, then as a major destination in itself.

Trust me, it’s worth it.

Llamas and camalids everywhere!
Being a chocolate master for the day!


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