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Cusco Plaza de Armas (Main Square)

Welcome to CuscoVisitor.com


Sorry if we are not quite ready yet, this website is due to be completed by the end of August 2016 and we'll be including plenty of photos. Please come back and visit us.

Cusco Highlights


Our guide to the very best that Cusco has to offer: The best places to visit, the best museums, the best restaurants, coffee shops, Cusco's best hotels, the best treks to Machu Picchu, the best local tour operators and of course the best website - this one! [...read more]

Machu Picchu Tickets


Entrance tickets to Machu Picchu can no longer be bought at the ruins themselves. Be sure you buy your ticket in advance. Read our guide to the different types of entrance ticket, prices and helpful information about buying your ticket in Cusco or online [...read more]

Sacred Valley Hotels


Our recommended accommodation in the Sacred Valley of the Incas



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Cusco City Guide


An insider's guide to the historic city of Cusco and the places of interest that shouldn't be missed:


Cafés & Coffee Shops


Cusco is brimming with top notch cafe culture and we've rounded up the best places to get your caffeine fix [...read more]



Trek permits for the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu can often sell out more than 6 months in advance so find out all you need to book your trek right now. Read our guide to alternative treks such as Salkantay, Santa Teresa Trek, Lares Valley. With CuscoVisitor you won't get left behind [...read more]

Best Cusco Restaurants


Our list of recommended restaurants in Cusco for casual and smart dining.  [...read more]

When to Go


When is the best time to visit Cusco? Well the dry season is always a good bet, somewhere between mid-April until mid-October. June, July & August is high season with hot sunny days and cold nights, hotels can get busy and prices can rise. May is a great month, green and lush countryside with fewer vistors [...read more]

Cusco Hotel Guide


We've picked the best hotels, hostels and bed & breakfasts to make your stay as enjoyable as possible. [...read more]


The Sacred Valley


The Sacred Valley stretches more than 80 km following the fast flowing Urubamba River between Pisac and Ollantaytambo [...read more]



Taking the Train to Machu Picchu


There are no roads between Cusco and Machu Picchu so you'll have to take the train or walk. We'll tell you how to buy your train ticket and which service to take [...read more]

Adventure Activities


Our guide to adventure activities around Cusco: Mountain biking, rafting, horse riding & mountain biking [...read more]