Celebrate the World Folklore Day in Cusco!

Celebrate the World Folklore Day in Cusco!

ciudad-cusco pequeñoEvery August 22th since 1846 World Folklore Day is celebrated, given that archaeologist William John Thoms who named for the first time the knowledge of a population as Folklore; a complete mixture of popular wisdom. Such a superstition, traditions, habits, music, dance and art of a population in a certain place. Curiously, these things are being now more present from day to day.

Cusco just fits perfectly to get involved in this popular wisdom celebration, an enviable city because of its culture, the city is truly dynamic and modernizes as current trends appear, without losing its origins and roots from quechuas in all its professions, which in fact become very attractive because of its authenticity.

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Sacred Valley – Maras what to see and do?

Sacred Valley – Maras what to see and do?

Maras Village is located in the Sacred Valley one and a half hours by bus from the city of Cusco passing through by fertile valleys and ancients villages full of history and tradition like Poroy and Chinchero.

There are several trip alternatives to know the wonders that offer this town. In this blog we will show you some of them.

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Corpus Christi Festival in Cusco

Corpus Christi Festival in Cusco

60 days after Easter, the Catholic Church celebrates the day of Corpus Christi throughout the world, but in the city of Cusco this party is celebrated in a unique way being one of the largest religious festivals in the region and the southern part of Peru.

This year, the central day will be on Thursday 15th June, this day the Plaza de Armas will be filled with local, national and foreign tourists who commemorate this celebration every year, which 15 images of Saints and virgins are the center of attention.

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Pentecostal Festival in Cusco and Sacred Valley of the Incas

Pentecostal Festival in Cusco and Sacred Valley of the Incas

Each year Catholics celebrated the Holy Spirit came down to give courage and wisdom to Jesus Crist apostles for they can profess all the knowledge that their master learned. Now this celebrations is commemorated in whole world and Cusco it does not the exception.

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Christmas in Cusco, What to see and do?

Christmas in Cusco, What to see and do?

Christmas is one of the biggest festivities celebrated all over the world, and the city of Cusco is not left behind since it has its own traditions that make it a unique and unmatchable party. On December 24th, the city’s Plaza de Armas is crowded with hundreds of artisans who bring their best works to be able to exhibit them and sell them at the most important Peruvian art fair.

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