Cusco Dinner packages

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Cusco: Folkloric Andean Show & 3-Course Dinner at Tunupa

1. Cusco: Folkloric Andean Show & 3-Course Dinner at Tunupa

Enjoy a night full of amazing, traditional food, music, and dance. Delight your taste buds with the scrumptious offering of 2 starters, 2 mains, and 1 dessert. The entertaining show of music and dance, all performed with Andean instruments, will give you an insight into Andean-Peruvian Culture.  Located in the heart of the majestic Inca city of Cusco, the restaurant offers you an impressive view of the main square and its surroundings. The restaurant's expert chefs will ensure your culinary experience is first-class as they serve up a delicious offering of Peruvian cuisine. A vegetarian option is available. The musical show will begin while the customers are seated and getting comfortable. The show consists of 10 songs and 6 dances, mostly presenting an Andean-Peruvian cultural experience with some classical music references, but always with Andean instruments. 

Cusco: Planetarium and Night Tour with Dinner and Pisco Sour

2. Cusco: Planetarium and Night Tour with Dinner and Pisco Sour

Benefit from pick-up at your hotel in Cusco, and then explore the city after dark in a small group of no more than 8 people on a late afternoon and evening tour. Stroll to San Pedro Market to discover a hidden gem where the locals shop, and learn about the variety of native fruits and vegetables on sale. Taste some of the local produce as you explore, and get an insight into the traditional medicinal herbs and their uses. Next, visit the main square to enjoy an authentic pisco sour and learn about pisco production as you savor the national drink. Continue to Planetarium Cusco to watch a presentation from the astronomers about the night sky in Peru, and check out the constellations of the southern hemisphere through the powerful telescopes. End with a traditional dinner of typical food and take a walking tour of the historical center to see the landmarks illuminated for the night.

From Cusco: Short or Classic Inca Trail Tour

3. From Cusco: Short or Classic Inca Trail Tour

Hike along the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu, considered to be one of the best walks in the world and perfect for visitors to Peru who are in search of a good adventure. Follow the ancient path that was traced by the Incas used to connect different cities and temples of the Inca Empire. Classic Option (4 Days, 3 Nights) Day 1: Get picked up from your hotel in Cusco very early in the morning and take a bus to the town of Chilca. Begin your hike along the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. After approximately 3 hours of walking arrive at a beautiful Inca building known as Llactapata in the base of the mountains, where you will stop for lunch. In the afternoon, continue walking towards the first campsite at 3,000 meters, called Wayllabamba. Enjoy dinner at the camp.  Day 2: Wake up in the early morning. After breakfast, begin the toughest and the most amazing part of the trail, walking towards the highest point of the Inca Trail. Take in the panoramic views and observe different types of microclimates at 4,250 meters. After a 5 hour walk, reach the first pass, called Warmiwañusca or Dead Woman's Pass. Then, continue your walk down to Pacaymayo to each lunch and spend the night at the campsite. Day 3: After breakfast, hike towards the second pass of the Inca Trail, at 3,950 meters above sea level. On the way, enjoy the archaeological complex of Runkurakay, Sayacmarca. Stop for lunch at Phuyupatamarca (also known as the Cloud-Level Town). Descend down to one of the most beautiful Inca sites along the trail, Wiñay Huayna (which means Forever Young). Stay overnight nearby and enjoy a small party with the trekking crew at camp.  Day 4: After breakfast, get up early to watch the sunrise at Inti Punku. After 1.5-hours of walking through the cloud forest, reach the Gate of the Sun, for the most impressive panoramic view of Machu Picchu. Arrive at the citadel for a 2-hour guided tour around the magnificent complex, and then take a bus down to Aguas Calientes. From there, catch a train back, where your adventure will end. Short Option (2 days, 1 night) Day 1: First, depart from Cusco to the train station in Ollantaytambo. Board the train that will take you to the starting point of the hike. Walk for approximately 3 hours until you reach the archaeological complex of Wiñay Wayna.  After lunch, explore the houses and terraces, then visit the Inti Punku, the Inca Gate of the Sun. Admire your first views of Machu Picchu, then take the bus to Aguas Calientes, where you will spend the night in a 3-star hotel. Day 2: After breakfast, get picked up by your guide at the hotel. Visit Machu Picchu and spend a full day exploring the site. After this incredible visit, return to the town of Machu Picchu (Aguas Calientes) and take the train bound for the Ollantaytambo. Upon arrival, hop into a car and transfer back to the main square in Cusco where your tour concludes.

Cusco: 3-Hour Peruvian Cooking Class

4. Cusco: 3-Hour Peruvian Cooking Class

There is no better way to get to know a country than through its food. On this exciting 3-hour cookery course you will visit a local market to discover the range of ingredients available in Peru, and then return to the kitchen to cook up a 3-course meal. Peru has an enviable reputation for cuisine and you will be in the company of an expert instructor as you learn to prepare one of 3 menus. Each includes an entrée, main and dessert, along with a cocktail drink to accompany. Menu 1 includes Pisco sour or fruit juice, potatoes with Huancaína sauce, typical rice with chicken, and chocolate fondue. With menu 2 you will learn to prepare a Pisco sour or fruit juice, cook corn soup, salted beef with French fries and a chocolate fondue. Menu 3 features soltero de habas, aji de gallina with rice and chocolate fondue – and of course a Pisco sour or fruit juice! After all the hard work you have put into your Peruvian masterpieces, sit down and enjoy the cuisine in a relaxed and friendly environment.

From Cusco: Maras, Moray & Machu Picchu 2-Day Trip

5. From Cusco: Maras, Moray & Machu Picchu 2-Day Trip

Explore The Lost City of Machu Picchu, Peru’s preeminent archaeological site and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Immerse yourself in the amazing sites and culture of the Urubamba Valley over 2 days. Benefit from round-trip transportation from your hotel in Cusco, lodging and meals. Day 1: Cusco – Chinchero – Moray - Salineras – Ollantaytambo – Aguas Calientes Start with a hotel pickup in Cusco at 8:00 AM. Be driven to Chinchero. Explore the archeological site and the colonial church. Visit the handicraft market. Next, settle in for a 1-hour drive to the archeological site of Moray. See circular farming terraces of Moray before heading to the town of Maras which is known for its salt mines. Stop at a local restaurant for lunch while enjoying the view of the mountains. After lunch, visit Salineras, where locals have extracted salt since Incan times. Later, drive to Ollantaytambo to explore the town and archeological site. See the Ollantaytambo ruins, a massive Inca fortress with large stone terraces on a hillside. Enjoy dinner at a local restaurant. Then, take the train to Aguas Calientes and spend the night in a 3-star hotel. Day 2: Machu Picchu – Cusco On the final day, start early with breakfast in the hotel. Take the first bus up to Machu Picchu. Upon arrival, join a guided tour through the most important places in Machu Picchu, like temples, palaces, and plazas. After a 3-hour tour, enjoy free time to explore the citadel. Next, take the bus down to Aguas Calientes and have lunch. Finally, hop on the Visatdoem train back to Cusco. Arrive back at your hotel at around 7.30 PM.

From Cusco: Two Day Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu Tour

6. From Cusco: Two Day Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu Tour

Travel through the hills of the Sacred Valley to Písac, a charming traditional town, nestled within green, sloping mountains. Discover how the ancient Inca Empire centered their life around the movements of the sun and natural elements, before meeting some of the civilizations surviving descendants.  Enjoy a delicious traditional lunch, made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients. Learn their methods for weaving and see how thread and dye are made from the natural world around us. Travel to Ollantaytambo and board the train to Aguas Calientes, Peru, where you will spend the night in a 3-Star hotel. Meet your guide at your hotel in the morning and begin the journey up to Machu Picchu, one of the New7Wonders of the World. Explore the ancient site on a 2.5-hour guided tour and experience breathtaking views of your surroundings from one of the highest peaks in the area. Take the chance to make your own way around the archaeological site and lose yourself in the mystery of the ancient ruins. Board the afternoon train back to Cusco and end what can only be described as a once in a lifetime experience.

Cusco: Machu Picchu Private Tour and Hiram Bingham Train

7. Cusco: Machu Picchu Private Tour and Hiram Bingham Train

Make your trip to Machu Picchu an unforgettable wonder of the world with this private luxury tour on the exclusive Hiram Bingham train. Enjoy pick up at your Cusco hotel, travel through the Andes by train and learn about the origins of Machu Picchu on a guided walking tour. In the morning a private transportation will pick you up at the hotel to transfer you to Poroy station where you will start this wonderful experience on the Hiram Bingham train, during the tour you will enjoy the beautiful scenery, good music, as well as lunch and a variety of cocktails inside the wagons, no doubt every minute on this tour is an unparalleled experience. Then board the bus for a quick 25-minute ride to Machu Picchu and avoid the long hike. Enjoy a guided walking tour of this historic citadel and learn about its most important landmarks, such as the Main Plaza, the Temple of the Three Windows, the sacred Sundial and the cemetery. In the afternoon enjoy a tea at the Santuary Lodge hotel, and then start our return and enjoy a gourmet dinner also accompanied by good music and entertainment in the wagons, and back at the Poroy station, you will be transferred to your hotel.

Cusco: Private Spanish Classes and Optional Homestay

8. Cusco: Private Spanish Classes and Optional Homestay

Our One to One private classes great opportunity to get the most out of your Spanish we offer personalized classes for students seeking for more specific learning or fast learning for travelling. This course is perfect for students that want to prepare for the Dele exam, the only exam for Spanish language that is accepted by the Spanish government. The classes are tailored on your needs; teachers will guide you through the learning process and on your first day will make a list of your interest and try to accomplish them on your time of classes. You may take part in extracurricular activities such as visit to museums, churches, art galleries, market and important places in Cusco. It’s also a way to learn something more about the Latin American culture and society in addition to your Spanish classes. In this course you will learn more about the complex socio-cultural reality of the region by studying the geography, history, art, traditions, and customs as well as the political, economic and social issues. Course topics Listening, speaking, pronunciation, reading, writing, vocabulary, grammar, and activities Classes will be schedule for mornings or afternoon. Morning classes from 09am to13hs Afternoon classes from 14hs to 18hs

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What people are saying about Cusco

Overall rating

4.4 / 5

based on 28 reviews

Super activité, on en a prit plein les yeux. Première journée, sur le chemin des inkas avec le guide, le train s'arrête en pleine voix pour nous laisser descendre kilomètre 104 direction le Machu Pucchu partie haute. Deuxième journée, après une bonne nuit et un diner dans de bon établissement, nous avons visité avec le guide le Machu Picchu partie basse. Le trek n'est pas difficile et ouvert à toute personne ayant une petite forme physique. Le guide nous explique la faune, la flore et l'histoire. EN: Great activity. First day, on the way to the inkas with the guide, the train stops in the rail to let us descend towards the Machu Pucchu. Second day, after a good night and a dinner in a good establishment, we visited the lower part of Machu Picchu with the guide. The trek is not difficult and open to anyone with a small physical trainning. The guide explains the fauna, flora and history to us.

The walk is totally spectacular. It lasts approximately 7 hours, much of it uphill, but the guide gives you plenty of time to rest and enjoy the scenery. The height was not an issue, unlike some other hikes we did. Getting to Puerta del Sol at the end of the road is super gratifying and is twice as enjoyable as going by direct train. The guide was excellent. He gave us an initial talk one day before starting and accompanied us at all times. Above all, the information he provides along the way is very complete. Always with a good vibes and helping us with everything we needed, thanks Lenin! I highly recommend the walk and if you feel confident, go for the 4-day one, we have a pending trip for a future trip.

Very nice trip! We were the only ones to book the tour so we got a private tour!Our guide Efrain was very helpful and answered all our questions. The only thing I would change is on the way back a direct transfer to Cusco by train, because we had to change to bus at Ollantaytambo, which was a bit extra tiring and especially considering the price of the tour. I would definitely recommend this tour!

We had a wonderful time exploring Cuzco and the market with our guide. He was patient to explain everything and let us stop when we wanted to shop or have a quick snack. The planetarium visit was great and informative.

It was an amazing hike through the Andes. Going solo with a guide made the experience rich.