Cusco , Peru

Cusco, Peru Travel Itineraries and Places to Stay

Until the arrival of the Spaniards in 1532, Cusco (elevation 11,152 feet) was the center of the Inca Empire and is the oldest continuously inhabited city on the continent.

Many of the city streets are lined with Inca-built stone walls and crowded with the Quechua-speaking descendants of the Incas. Throughout the city, one can appreciate the syncretism of Inca and Catholic symbols, constructions, and beliefs.

"We had an incredibly wonderful time in Peru."

The escorts and guides were excellent. We especially enjoyed our guide in Cusco and environs. Thanks so much for a great itinerary. My sister may return soon to bring her daughter! Our deepest appreciation to Lost World Adventures. - Josephine (2017)

Cusco, Peru


Cusco, Peru


Special Experiences: Trains to Machu Picchu

Train from Cusco to Machu Picchu with Incarail


IncaRail: Train from Cusco to Machu Picchu - In travelling with IncaRail, you are choosing a responsible company that endeavours to run a clean operation with the minimum possible impact on the environment, and collaborates with private initiatives to improve the educational standards of children and youth in the Sacred Valley, Cusco.

Train from Cusco to Machu Picchu, Lake Titicaca (Puno) and Arequipa with PeruRail


PeruRail: Train from Cusco to Machu Picchu, Lake Titicaca (Puno) and Arequipa - Since 1999, PeruRail has been the railroad operator of southern and southeastern Peru. We offer tourist services to two of Peru’s most famous destinations: Machu Picchu and Lake Titicaca.

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Travel Tips
Snacks such as nuts, granola, or jerky go a long way, whether for the airplane journey or to share with guides or new friends.
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