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.

Peru is a country of fun-loving people who value their ancestral roots through the celebration of rituals and festivities. Being there to observe the numerous festivals in the country would certainly be a treat to any culture travelers. Here are three festivals we suggest you attend in Cusco Region.

The Sacred Valley is one of the most important ancient settlements in South America, and its achievements and milestones will leave you in awe. Read on to find out more about this must-visit destination in Peru.

One of the best ways to get to know a country and its culture is to eat local food. Ditch the international fastfood restaurants and head instead to local eating places. Peru, in particular, is a good destination for a foodie. Find out what dishes you should try when you are in Cusco.

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.’