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Business class flights to Cuzco

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Cuzco

Cuzco, one of the most visited destinations in Peru, is an important jumping off point for visit to Machu Picchu and sacred valley of Inca. It impressive architecture speaks volumes about its prosperous past. The visitors can find more impressions of its impressive history as they visit its streets as they will come across a large number of Spanish buildings sitting comfortably with modern housing blocks developed to cater modern day needs of the residents and foreigners travelling it. Attracted by its history, tourists often seek business class air tickets to Cuzco which is rich with fascinating footprints of its past.

Useful Information

  • One should plan a trip to Cuzco from June to mid September.
  • The city can be best explored on foot however transport is also available.
  • The city is considered safe however possibility of petty crimes can’t be ruled out.

Visiting this city could be a history buffs’ delight as it is surrounded by a number of ruins, famous among these is Sacsayhuaman which is the site of 1536 battle. This oldest continuously inhabited city of America is also archaeological capital of the continent. Not standing on its laurels the city has added new elements of hospitality. A glimpse of its present life can be had while visiting its streets where inhabitants clad in traditional attires roam.

While in the city, the tourists should catch a glimpse of some of the most famous monuments and landmarks situated in and around the city. Plaza de Armas which was heart of the Inca capital and was referred as Huacaypata or Aucaypata at that time is one such attraction which should be visited as a part of your trip. La Cathedral which is a place of worship is also known for its archaeological importance. Choco Museum that offers an insight into the making of chocolates is also a not to miss place. Qorikancha which was richest temple for Inca Empire and now in ruins is also a must see attractions. Once through with these archaeological explorations, plan a trip to Machu Picchu without which your Cusco trip cannot be said complete.

Cuzco Flights

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