This old Inca dwelling is situated on the right hand side of the Huatanay River, on the flanks of Silkincanchi. It was ... More
This old Inca dwelling is situated on the right hand side of the Huatanay River, on the flanks of Silkincanchi. It was converted into a village at the end of the 17th century. The ruins here, once controlled the access to the city during Inca times. This village is popular today because of its more than 40 "chicharron" (fried pork) restaurants lining the streets. Transportation to the city is available from 6am-7pm daily.
Construction on this structure began in the second half of the 15th century by order of the ruling Pachacutec Inca
but had not yet been completed upon the arrival of the Spaniards. A magnificent sample of Inca architecture, it ...
Marlon's House PERWELCOME TO MARLON'S HOUSE IN CUSCOYour home away from home!Marlon and his wife, July, will ensure you have
an unforgettable stay in Cuzco. They are knowledgeable about the city and surrounding areas, and can help plan your ...
The Dominicans were the first Catholic order to arrive in Cusco. They constructed this convent upon Koricancha ("Field of Gold"),
the most important Inca sanctuary that was dedicated to the cult of the Sun, and where they stored their ...