Iglesia de Santo Domingo
If you visit only one site in Cuzco, make it these Inca ruins, which form the base of the colonial church and convent of Santo Domingo....
Museo del Sitio de Qorikancha
There are sundry moth-bitten archaeological displays interpreting Inca and pre-Inca cultures at this small, mangy, underground...
Try Colegio Andino for Quechua courses.
Centro Qosqo de Arte Nativo
Has live nightly performances of Andean music and dance at 6:45pm. Admission is with the boleto turístico tourist card only, which is...
Pampa de Castillo is the street near Qorikancha where local workers lunch on Cuzco classics. Expect lots of caldo de gallina (chicken...
Iglesia de Santo Domingo information
The church of Santo Domingo is next door to Qorikancha. Less baroque and ornate than many of Cuzco’s churches, it is notable for its charming paintings of archangels depicted as Andean children in jeans and T-shirts. Opening hours are erratic.