Condé Nast Traveler: Cusco is one of the top 10 cities in the world to visit | News

The captivating city of Cusco, one of Peru’s top tourist destinations and America’s archaeological capital, is part of a select list of “The Best Cities in the World: Readers’ Choice Awards 2022”, prepared by the prestigious international publication specializing in tourism, Condé Nast Traveler.

Proclaimed the historic capital of Peru The global heritage by UNESCO is a tourist destination full of history and living culture which is always perfect to visit, highlights Condé Nast Traveler in that Article – Commodity Posted 4th October.

Cuzco It is part of a select list with the cities of Montreal in Canada, Istanbul (Turkey), Bombay (India), Cape Town (South Africa), Quebec (Canada), Merida (Mexico), Tokyo (Japan), Bangkok (Thailand) and Singapore.

Condé Nast Traveler highlights that the capital of Tahuantinsuyo, located at 3,399 meters above sea level, is not just a starting point for exploring the Sacred Valley and Machu Picchuis another tourist sign in Peru, but it is also a great place to learn to appreciate its beautiful streets and imposing stone constructions masterfully built by the Incas, as well as the many religious temples and plazas that make up its massive historical center that has gained recognition as a World Heritage Site.

Likewise, it emphasizes the character of a modern city that is a city Cuzco In recent years, with the emergence of high-end accommodation establishments and restaurants, as well as various cultural celebrations that immediately reflect a great creative.

“The ancient capital of the Inca Empire is a vibrant modern metropolis where 16th-century palaces, monasteries and monasteries are being transformed into themed boutique hotels, and the emerging restaurant scene is almost as creative as what you’ll find in Lima,” Condé Nast Traveler says.

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Finally, add that Cuzco It also offers a mixture of markets, Baroque churches, museums, and colonial buildings that delight the daring tourists. Among them, the Coricancha or Temple of the Sun stands out, which during the Inca Empire was the religious center of the city, where Inti or Sun God, the highest Inca deity, was worshiped.

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