Every street corner in Cusco has a tale to tell, and each one is enthralling, mystical, and enticing. Think of traversing a street named "Atad" (coffin), "Siete Culebras" (seven serpents), or "Arpas" (harpies). Every corner of these streets offers a piece of history, and the stones are still alive because they have survived undamaged. Time seems to have stood still there.
Cusco was present before the Spanish arrived, but even today it retains a timeless allure that draws in the thousands of tourists who come here each year to experience its ongoing history.
Cusco, known as the center of the Earth and the accepted historical capital of Peru