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When you first arrive in Cusco its best to take it slow the first day till you get used to the altitude. As you step into the Plaza de Armas its the cathedral that grabs your attention the architecture is Spanish and as you look...More
Like most Peruvian towns, this is the commercial centre of the whole place. In the centre there are gardens, fountains & statues, surrounded by the (partially-pedestrianised) cobbled roads, and flanked on all four sides by various buildings, including shopping colonnades, the splendid Cathedral, and the...More
We were delighted by the visit of La Plaza de Armas on a sunny morning. A former Inca square covered by paving stones and gardens. A lively place lined by La Catedral built between 1559 and 1669, by La Compania Church and by charming colonial...More
There was a large crowd in the Plaza, especially congregating in front of the Cathedral because it was the first day of celebration of the Festival of Corpus Christi that is observed throughout Peru, but not to the extent in Cusco. There was music, dancing...More
This was certainly worth visiting... We happened to get here on the day of a festival, and the streets were blocked off and filled with parades with dancers and musicians. Beautiful architecture, cobblestone streets, great views, excellent food everywhere around... Just a really nice place.