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  • The City of Cuzco is a Unesco World Heritage Site and a unique testimony of the ancient Inca civilization. The city represents the sum of 3,000 years of indigenous and autonomous cultural development in the Peruvian southern Andes. It is a representative and exceptional example of the confluence of two distinct cultures; Inca and Hispanic, which through the centuries produced an outstanding architectural and urban structure. The 3 Royal Inka hotels, inspired by culture and art, have been designed by Efrain Aller (owner), maintaining the original architecture with details dating from the sixteenth century to contemporary. Royal Inka I & Royal Inka II stand in the historic Center of Cuzco, in front of the beautiful Plaza Regocijo, at 1 minute walk from the Main Square and closed to all museums, markets and restaurants. The Royal Inka Pisac is located in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Place yourself at the heart of one of the world’s most fascinating cities and one of the undisputed highlights of South America. We are looking forward to welcoming you for an unforgettable stay, here you arrive as a guest and live as a friend

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Cusco (also spelled Cuzco) is one of the undisputed highlights of South America. Stately and historic, with stone streets and building foundations laid by the Incas more than 5 centuries ago, the town is much more than a mere history lesson; it is also surprisingly dynamic, enlivened by throngs of travellers who have transformed the historic center around the Plaza de Armas into a mecca of sorts for South American adventurers. Yet for all its popularity, Cusco is one of those rare places that maintains a fascinating blend of pre-Columbian and colonial history. Cusco's highlights include both Inca ruins -- such as Sacsayhuamán, a seemingly impregnable fortress on a hill overlooking the city, and Qoricancha, the Temple of the Sun -- and colonial-era baroque and Renaissance churches and mansions. Every June, the city is packed during Inti Raymi, the celebration of the winter solstice and the sun god, a deeply religious festival that is also a magical display of pre-Columbian music and dance. Thousands trek out to Paucartambo for the riveting Virgen del Carmen festival in mid-July. Other traditional arts also flourish. Cusco is the handicrafts center of Peru, and its streets and markets teem with merchants and their extraordinary textiles, many hand-woven using the exact´techniques´of´their´ancestors.

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