Cuzco, also called Cusco, Qosqo
and the Sacred City of the Incas, was the capital of the
Inca Empire. It is at 11,254 feet over sea level and is 690 miles southeast of Lima,
only an hour by air, but almost
two days by car. Cuzco has plenty to see, this city has
a unique architecture, history, people, and location.
The Cathedral. It sits
squarely on the foundations of the Inca Wiracocha's
The Corikancha or the Sun Temple called today as Santo
Domingo Church. On the Incas period, the stones of this
temple were covered with gold.
La Compania - Church.
The Company of Jesus. Inca Huayna Capac's palace.
Plaza de Armas. Main
Religious Art Museum.
Regional History Museum.
Popular Art Museum.
San Blas Church.
Santa Catalina Church.
Stone of Twelve Angles.
Hotel Monasterio. Orient
Express Hotels, Trains and Cruises.
Temple and Convent of
Santa Clara, Temple and
Airport Velazco Astete.
Train Station Puno -
Train Station to Machu