The Department of Cuzco is located in the Highlands of Peru and its capital is Cuzco.
In 1983 it was declared Patrimony of the Humanity Unesco.
It was founded on March 23, 1534. It has an area 71 986 km2.
In Cuzco you will be able to do a number of activities, both Archeological, Ecological, adventure sports, experiential and mystical tourism.
Important Destinations: Machu Picchu, Inca Trail, Cuzco Historical Center, Sacred Valley, Sacsayhuaman, Ollantaytambo, Choquequirao, Otishi National Park, Vinicunca Rainbow Mountain, Thermal Baths, Qorikancha, Salinas de Maras, Nazarenas Square, Cuzco Cathedral, San Blas neighborhood, Hatun Rumiyuq Street, Stone of 12 angles, Museo de Arte Precolombino Cusco, etc.
Main Festivals: Ollantaytambo Festival (January 6), Semana Santa in Cuzco (March April). Qoyllur Rit’i (full moon June), Corpus Christi (June 9 weeks after Easter), Inti Raymi (June 24), Virgen del Carmen in Paucartambo (July 15 & 16).