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Reviewed 21 May 2024

Cusco has been called the "Rome of the New World," and spending time strolling its streets really brings home how accurate that nickname is. Despite the Spanish Catholic superstructure of arcades and churches (all of them quite charming), the foundations and bones of the city are clearly Inca in a way you will not see at this scale anywhere else in the world. Many of the great colonial casones were built on Inca foundations of slanting, massive stones fitted together in their peculiar and unmistakable planar jigsaw fashion, and those foundations are still everywhere to be seen as you walk the streets, especially the steep alley-like Inca-era ones such as calle Loreto.

It's true that there are many annoying hawkers and touts, including the ubiquitous massage-pushers and art dealers, but you will just have to ignore them.

Don't miss the Plaza de Armas, views of the surrounding hills twinkling with light at nighttime, the foundations of all the Inca palaces repurposed into colonial edifices, or the viewpoint of town from the Mirador de Plaza San Cristobal.

Date of experience: May 2024
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Reviewed 24 April 2024 via mobile

It’s really compact (ie small), badly laid out, all the explanations are in the very worst Pidgin English, much of it nonsensical. The place is grotesquely over staffed, most of the employees here stand around chatting when they’re not aggressively shouting at visitors to follow a certain (unexplained) direction around the building. Poor.

Date of experience: April 2024
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Reviewed 16 April 2024

As an art lover what I expected happened ! When I first looked at it the eclectism style with reliefs pushed me to travel more . I didn’t want to leave the facade of the building just because it kept me looking at it ! I recommend you all to visit !

Date of experience: January 2024
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Reviewed 19 March 2024

Very nice historical square.very beautiful,lots of bar,restaurants,verey popilar plaza you must visit.we loved all we saw.

Date of experience: February 2024
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Reviewed 10 March 2024 via mobile

Too many hustlers, dog excrement, desperate energy, water that gives a person diarrhea, and bs stories about ruins. Everyone knows it was aliens.

Date of experience: February 2024
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