Machu Picchu: New Archaeological Finds from Inca Citadel Released

Researchers from Machu Picchu Archaeological Park found a stone paved floor and a vessel for rituals.

Cuzco: 11 Meters of Inca Wall Vandalized

Two suspects were identified by security cameras after 40 stone pieces of the Coricancha wall in Cuzco were affected by black spray paint.

Rica Chicha: A Space For Popular Culture In Cuzco

The Moreyra Cristí¬≥bal family has initiated a cultural enterprise in Cuzco that mixes food, music, art and Andean roots.

Cuzco Plans Strike to Demand Results for Long Awaited International Airport

Schools closed and public transportation suspended as protests are planned to march in hopes of pressuring the government’s decision after political battling stalls project.

Higher-quality education to Urubamba students

More than 200 young Peruvians from 11 ethnicities of Bajo Urubamba are able to access the educational programs sponsored by Pluspetrol.

Quadriplegic makes Machu Picchu dream come true

Philip Stephens, a quadriplegic adventurer from Sydney, is an example that there are no excuses to conquer one's dreams.

TripAdvisor: Cusco hotel among top 25 in world

Can you guess which hotel in Peru was chosen for the site’s 2017 Travelers’ Choice Awards?

Agreement reached to restore San Sebastián Temple

Back in September, a fire destroyed 80% of the church.