Cusco is not just the gateway to Machu Picchu. It houses quite a few museums that gives light to the region’s rich cultural past. Here are a few museums that you should definitely check out when you visit the city.

Cusco by day is just wonderful. There are many sights to fascinate visitors, from ancient Inca temples and charming squares to lots of beautiful colonial buildings. If you’re only in Cusco for one day, it might be tempting to head back to your hotel after a day’s sightseeing and go to bed early. However, if you want to see a different Cusco, go around from sundown onwards, as Cusco has a vibrant nightlife that will round up your stay in this city.

Cusco is beautiful. No one who arrives here will be immune to the charms of its colonial architecture, narrow cobblestone streets, and inexpensive way of living. For many people, however, Cusco is not the end destination itself. They come here for one thing: Machu Picchu. If you only have one day in Cusco, check out the places you can visit within your limited time.

Peru is a country rich in diversity; it has stunning landscapes, the Andean mountain range, tropical jungles, beautiful coastlines, beaches, and desert. It is also rich in archaeological sites, colonial architecture, and plenty of history and culture to absorb. Here are the 10 best destinations to visit in Peru, the ‘Land of the Incas.’

Cusco is a city rich in culinary variety. Part of the charm of this city comes from food-oriented experiences. From the up-market restaurants to the bustling market stalls and street-food sellers, there is always a healthy option for food and drinks. Here are some tips on where to find healthy meals in Cusco.