Cusco is the most visited city in Peru. This is no accident, it is the closest city to the famous Machu Picchu! The ancient capital of the Inca empire is, therefore, often only a place of rapid transition for travelers who are rushing to LA tourist area of ​​Peru. And yet, we will show you that there are many things to do in Cusco!

WHERE TO SLEEP IN CUSCO

You are in the most touristic city of Peru, there is no shortage of hotels and there will be something for all budgets! However, we could give you three good addresses, all accessible to a different budget.

Budget BackPacker

The Casa de Mama Cusco is ideally located in the city, just a few minutes from the Plaza de Armas that we talked about at the beginning of the article as a must-see in the city. The interest of this place lies in the originality of its owners: you will really feel at home in this hostel, and they will give you the best attention and all the necessary advice to visit the city. At first it is a bit confusing, it seems that you see your parents again.
The hostel also offers tours organized by Machu Picchu, and the prices offered are generally cheaper than those found in the city center. It’s up to you! You should get away with it for about twenty euros a night, which is still acceptable in Cusco. You will find it in the San Blas district, which I also mentioned above.
Address: Calle Alabado 536, San Blas.

Average budget

The Suenos del Inka hotel located at 185 Warankallki Street is a good alternative if you want to have some comfort at an acceptable price. Royal colonial house, its rooms overlooking the Plaza are simply splendid, and the included breakfast is really nice. And, of course, it is in an excellent location, between San Blas and the Plaza de Armas. Perfect for exploring the historic city, its restaurants and atypical bars.

Large budget

The Maytaq Wasin Boutique Hotel is the ideal destination for the largest budgets and combines all the advantages you will need: perfect Wi-Fi connection (which is quite rare in Peru to emphasize it), terrace, ideal location (one block from the Plaza de Armas, as our friends in Quebec say), very nice staff. They also store luggage for many days if necessary, do not worry.
Special offers are often found and the price is not that crazy (80 euros for 3 nights / 2 days with food / breakfast included).
 Address: Santa Catalina Ancha 342.
And you, did you like the city of Cusco? What would you add to this outbound itinerary?


The Maytaq Wasin Boutique Hotel is the ideal destination for the largest budgets and combines all the advantages you will need: perfect Wi-Fi connection (which is quite rare in Peru to emphasize it), terrace, ideal location (one block from the Plaza de Armas, as our friends in Quebec say), very nice staff. They also store luggage for many days if necessary, do not worry.
Special offers are often found and the price is not that crazy (80 euros for 3 nights / 2 days with food / breakfast included).
 Address: Santa Catalina Ancha 342.
And you, did you like the city of Cusco? What would you add to this outbound itinerary?

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