Cusco has the climate and geographical areas appropriate for many sports. It has lakes, rivers, mountains, circuits and open fields where you can participate in a variety of different sports, like rafting, parachuting, delta flying, mountain biking, trekking, 4x4 motor cross and many more.
Cusco offers a wide variety of bars, pubs, karaoke bars and discothèques, where tourists can enjoy themselves with the best of today's music, dancing and some of the most exotic international and national drinks. Many of these places offer daily shows featuring regional and national musical groups.
In traditional Peruvian restaurants you can try exquisite dishes prepared and designed by the chefs of Cusco, such as Seco de Cordero, Ceviche, Lomo Saltado, Anticuchos and Cuy. There are also many international restaurants in Cusco, which overall makes Cusco a popular city for eating out.
Near the city you can admire many beautiful Inca ruins, such as Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Puca Pucara, Tambomachay and Tipon. Many of these are thought to have been dedicated to religious worship and agricultural experiment.
There are many marvelous trips that can be taken in and around Cusco. These trips offer opportunities to experience superb landscapes and to also observe the abundant flora and fauna that only Cusco can offer.
It is possible to take a guided tour of Cusco which includes all principal points of interest in the city centre; such as the historic Plaza de Armas of, where you can find the Cathedral and the Jesuit Church, the temple of Qoricancha and the convent of Santo Domingo, Hatun Rumiyoc street, where you can find the famous Inca stone with 12 corners and the famous neighbourhood of San Blas, where you can find the workshops and stores of Cusco's most renowned artisans.