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The Cusco region must be one of the most interesting in south America for its rich past and its ancestral traditions. Its rich historical patrimony and geographical contrast will satisfy all kind of curious explorers. Nowadays, the entire Cusco region economically depends on agriculture and tourism. Cusco is the seventh most populated city in Peru. Near Cusco is the Urubamba Valley, better known as the Sacred Valley of the Incas which was a military, religious, political and agricultural centre during Inca times. Many fortresses were built on the flanks of the mountains, and these fortresses controlled access to the valley and protected it from invaders. Pisac and Ollantaytambo are considered the most important fortresses in the Sacred Valley. Further from the Sacred Valley, at 2,900 m.a.s.l., the majestic sanctuary-city of Machupicchu – the lost city of the Incas – is built atop the mountain and surrounded by tropical vegetation.

Belmond Monasterio

Located in the heart of the ancient Inca capital, this fascinating hotel combines perfectly the historic richness of an old monastery to the sophistication of modern comfort. Antique furniture and paintings decorate halls and corridors inside the hotel. His former cloister offers an ideal setting to relax after the different excursions in the Sacred Valley.

Belmond Palacio Nazarenas

After three years of restoration, this urban sanctuary has reopened its doors to turn into one of the most exclusive hotels in Cusco. Offering an outdoor pool, spa, bar and restaurant, the hotel occupies a historic palace and houses walls of Inca stone. Wi-Fi is available and buffet breakfast is included. Suites of the Palacio Nazarenas Hotel have a fully equipped private bathroom, air conditioning, a TV and a DVD player. Each has its own bar with private butler. The spa is specialized in aromatherapy and uses Peruvian ingredients such as flowers and herbs, pink Andean salt, purple corn, honey, avocados, coffee and coca leaf. The Senzo restaurant is specialized in Andean cuisine. The Senzo Bar, located near the pool, serves really excellent cocktails. Fresh fruits and a variety of drinks are offered upon arrival.

La Casona Inkaterra

Located close to the Plaza de Armas of Cusco, La Casona Inkaterra is a colonial mansion of the seventeenth century known as the first Relais & Châteaux property in Peru. The property, which was one of the first Spanish buildings in Cusco, reflects an elegant mix of Peruvian cultures and traditions. Set around an inner courtyard, the suites are luxurious, elegant and refined, while maintaining the authenticity of the Inca style.

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