Solar Train to Connect Argentina and Cusco
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Tuesday February 12, 2019
Argentina and Cusco just became a little bit closer. Starting in the northwestern part of the country, in the province of Jujuy, there will be a solar train that will run its course to Cusco, Peru. This is the first solely touristic train in Latin America and the second in the world to run on solar power. The process of completing the railroad and its logistics is a long and complicated process...
Wednesday January 15, 2014
Inca Trail closed for maintenance  in February
As every year, the famous Inca Trail to the lost city of the Incas - Machu Picchu- will be closed for maintenance during the month of February. As the trail is an original Inca Road recognized by the UNESCO,  it is officially protected by the Peruvian government and it has to comply with certain regulations. ...
More than 300,000 Peruvian and foreign tourists visited the Andean city of Cusco – old capital of the Inca empire - over the recent Christmas and New Year holidays, an absolute record high. ...
At the beautiful Plaza de Armas of Cusco, hundreds, thousands of people come together for the final countdown and to see the amazing fireworks ...
Friday December 27, 2013
16-Meter Long Inca Canal Outside Cusco discovered!
A new discovery has been announced this week: an Inca canal, where servants used to get water for the head of the empire during the Inti Raymi celebration. ...
The upcoming construction of four new access roads and a cable car will allow to triple the number of tourists to Machu Picchu, according to Jose Altamirano from the Cusco's Chamber of Commerce and Tourism. ...
Thursday November 21, 2013
Photography Exhibit for Picaflor House
Monday November 25 the opening of the Photography Exhibition “Through our Eyes (Por Nuestros Ojos) will take place at the ICPNA Gallery on Tullumayu 125, Cusco.
The exhibition features photographs taken by the children of the Picaflor House in and around the village of Oropesa under the ...

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