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Cusco Ingles: Ancient capital of the Inca Empire has become a cultural patrimony of humanity by Unesco in 1983. Without a doubt is the most visited city amongst travelers around the world. Its streets made of stones, the mix of its colonial and Inca architecture, bohemian district of San Blas where you can visit craft houses with the best artisans of the area; hypnotize all of our foreign and national visitors.

Amazing fortresses and archeological sites can be visited in the city and its surroundings, museums with unique pieces, besides of its agitated night life shows a city in constant change of its touristic infrastructure, bars, restaurants, and clubs for all tastes and pockets.

An hour away from the city we find The Sacred Valley of the Incas, where you can venture to the towns of Pisac, Maras, Ollantaytambo, and Chincheros. The existing cultures of the area mesh well with all of the archeological sites found here. All around the area you can take advantage of extreme sports such as canoeing in the rapids of the Urubamba River, bicycling, paragliding, horseback riding, four wheelers, hikes, etc. Being in touch with nature, interacting with the community, and discovering the everyday life of its habitants, lets you know a little more of the Inca mystique.

Machu Picchu, the most famous complex worldwide, is found within the historic sanctuary of the same name. Being the most important legacy for all Peruvians and one of the few places in America declared cultural and natural patrimony by Unesco. This attraction is found on top of a mountain, surrounded by vast vegetation, which is a characteristic of the rainforest, as many visitors say, is a place full of energy that lets you admire taking you back in time picturing how the protagonist of this culture used to live. It´s one of the most gratifying experiences when it comes to making a dream come true.