Things To Do
On the hills above the legendary city of Cusco, where the ancient neighborhood of Santa Ana sits, you can find the new Hilton Garden Inn Cusco, which was built respecting the natural surroundings, environment, culture and local architecture. Our Hotel is the perfect spot to discover and explore the archaeological capital of the Americas; you can enjoy our breathtaking views and then walk the cobblestone streets of Cusco while admiring the stunning architecture, mingling with the vibrant culture and flavor of the city, full of hidden secrets and mystical tales.
In and Around Town
The Lost City of the Incas
Without any doubt and seen from any angle, Machu Picchu is a city built halfway between the earth and the sky. A place built high where the birds fly.
The Sacred Valley of the Incas is located between the towns of Pisac and Ollantaytambo, following the Vilcanota River and surrounded by towering mountains and snow peaks.
The Navel of the World
Welcome to the city of Cusco, the ancient capital and spiritual center of the Incas, once considered “the navel of the world” and the center of the Tawantinsuyo Empire.
The most familiar and famous Inca Site. Explore the magic of this ancient city.Peru Tour Package
Visit Coricancha, one of the most important Inca temples dedicated to the Sun God.
Explore Sacsayhuamán, a fortified Inca complex that will amazed your senses.
A Secret Journey
Discover Ollantaytambo, the place where myth, religion, art, militia and agriculture were one.
Myth & Water
Tambomachay, an Inca Temple that consists of a series of aqueducts and waterfalls. Its function remains uncertain.
Folkror and Dance
Enjoy your evening in Centro Qosqo de Arte Nativo, discover the art of traditional dancing.
Cusco Discovery Tour
Prepare your own healing ointment and enjoy a traditional meal with a local family on this unique tour.
Cusco Coffee Tour
Learn about the production of coffee while discovering the traditions and culture surrounding roasting practices.
Discover ancient weaving and culinary traditions from Ollantaytambo community artisans. Learn the basics of weaving from local experts and cook an authentic Pachamanca meal.