Cusco has been mentioned more than a hundred times throughout the RSS channels we monitor. This location appears to be especially popular on the channel 'Anything Cars – The Car Enthusiasts' where it has more than a dozen mentions. As seen in the chart below, Cusco had the highest popularity figure in March last year. Popularity decline is quite obvious over the last 6 months as the number of mentions has suffered a severe multifold decrease in this period.
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[...] In less than four hours, this elegant train completes the spectacular journey between the city of Cusco and Machu Picchu, the sacred Inca city high in the Andes mountains. The train is managed by [...]
[...] . Have a Peru question? Send it to me at email@example.com. (I can only help on Cusco/Sacred Valley/Machu Picchu, Paracas, and Lima…sorry!) The post I Acclimated to the Sacred Valley [...]
[...] extra time in your trip to pick up your tickets before your train departure. Both the Lima and Cusco airport locations had lines during my visit — the process was painless, as long as you allow [...]
[...] hike to the site with a tour operator, the route can be traced solo and there's also a train from Cuzco. The trip requires time to acclimate to the altitude and an entrance ticket for about $50. [...]
[...] where the Incans beat the Spanish conquistadores in a major battle. Hint: Tour buses from Cusco all arrive at the ruins in the afternoon, dumping hundreds of visitors in Ollantaytambo. You’ll [...]
[...] hold and get a free ride up the mountain. The first real flat of the tour comes some 50km before Cusco and continues all the way into the city. We enjoyed being able to spin the big gears and were [...]
[...] getting on my nerves. I dawdled in the back of a ramshackle classroom in a girls’ orphanage in Cusco, Peru. After two weeks as a volunteer, I was a complete flop. AN INSPIRED ROAD TO TRANSFORMATION [...]
[...] Bolivia. To get to the Lake from the Peruvian side you have to travel to Puno, which I did from Cusco and it was a rather pleasant seven hour drive (one of my shorter bus journeys of my South America [...]