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We were fortunate enough to be staying at a hotel just 6 blocks away from Plaza des Armes and walked up El Sol to access the downtown area. As you walk along this main street, you can feel very comfortable - do make a point...More
Avenida El Sol is a shopping and hotel district just removed from the Main Plaza. You will see fewer tourists here compared with the more popular spots, but follow the locals for lower prices, haircuts, authentic food, etc...
Knowing where it is located is wise, especially because the offices of all airlines landing at CUZ are there, in case you need to visit any.
The Town Hall and Palace of Justice are also there, as well as a couple of nice cafés and...More
A main artery crossing through the Historic Center of Cusco. An alternative to get to Plaza de Armas, Calle Marquez. Police directing traffic in most intersections. Lined up with many restaurants and stores. Two highlights are the murals opposite the Artesanias Llancaqmaki (Artisan Market) and...More
We liked Avenida El Sol in Cusco - nice place to walk with multiple attractions - museums, theaters, and restaurants. Festivities in fact starting at the Avenida, just before the performers enter the Plaza de Armas.
I am thinking to do taxi/tour transfer with Taxidatum to Ollantaytambo once I arrive in Cusco early morning. I will have, what I think is limited time in the area since there seems to be so much to do. Even though my must do seem do be circuit 3 I think it just better to get the full pass. I have been reading you can't book this online and see adress where you purchase this ticket bu my question is if you are just arriving in Cusco to be en route to Ollantaytambo, where can you purchase this...More
November 14, 2018|
You can buy it at any site requiring it for entrance so just pick it up at whichever site you visit first. You don’t need to go to a special ticket office.
London, United Kingdom
Camera repair in Cusco (3 Replies)
FYI, if your camera dies (as mine did) before heading over to Machu Picchu, one thought before heading over to Avenida El Sol to buy a ridiculously overpriced new camera. There's a fantastic guy who'll diagnose the issue (20 soles) and repair it (80 soles) if he can - might be cheaper than buying a new one: Miguel NAVARRO Centro Comercial Bocangel Calle Marquez, 2nd floor You might miss the "Centro Comercial" as it looks just like a storefront on Calle Marquez, but ask around on the...More