Once the imperial capital of the Incas, Cusco is said to be the oldest continuously inhabited city in the Western Hemisphere and possesses a charming mixture of the Inca and Spanish colonial cultures. From the surrounding hills, you look down on a harmonious array of sienna-colored buildings grouped around a series of plazas, including the Plaza de Armas (or Huacaypata) that was once the ceremonial center of the Inca Empire. Cusco’s historic district also remains a popular place for processions, especially during Easter Week and Corpus Christi.
Enjoy a wonderful complimentary experience valued at $500 when confirming a two-night minimum stay. Learn to mix a pisco sour with our expert barman in a cocktail class for two, then take your seat for a candlelit three-course dinner, including a live opera show with Cusco's leading tenor and soprano.