Pisac Inn stands out among the best boutique hotels for its excellence in quality service

By / 13th September, 2017 / Pisac Inn / No Comments

A magical, cozy and charming place that thanks to its great efforts is outstanding in Pisac, obtaining several recognitions putting it as one of the best places for rest in  the area.

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About Pisac

By / 10th October, 2015 / Pisac Inn / No Comments


Pisac is a small town nestled in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, just 45 minutes outside of Cusco. The breathtaking drive from Cusco is a renowned scenic route that dramatically drops into the Sacred Valley. Pisac is known as the gateway to the Sacred Valley, and the Living Museum Town. The sacred Apu Linly Mountain and ancestral terraces heighten the spectacular natural surroundings, with the beautiful Wilkamayu River running through the fertile valley’s heart. The pleasant climate, lower altitude and the enchantment of the small town combine with proximity and easy access to Cusco, Machu Picchu and other places in the Sacred Valley making it an ideal base.

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About Cusco

By / 30th April, 2015 / Peru Resources / No Comments

Welcome to Cusco!


Cusco means “the navel of the world” in our ancestral language Quechua, or Runasimi. It was the cultural and religious capital of the Inca Universe. Today it is known as the ‘Historic Capital of Peru’ and is the oldest continuously inhabited city in South America. It lies in a dry lakebed at 3, 400 m (11, 200 ft.) above sea level and is located in the southeast highlands, 1100 km from Lima. It has an average temperature of 14°c, is the most popular tourist destination in Peru and is one of the 10 top world destinations. The population is around 350 thousand, a number that has tripled in the past 20 years.

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About Peru

By / 30th April, 2015 / Peru Resources / No Comments


History and Politics – There were several prominent Andean cultures in Ancient Peru; Mochica, and Chimu in the north, Tiahuanaco, Wari and Paracas in the south and the most recent Inca (‘Tawantinsuyo’ – ‘Four Regions Sun Federation’). In 1532 the barbarian Spanish invasion began and established a colonial form of governing and practiced systematic genocide of the aboriginals.

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