Cusco tradicional La ciudad del cusco capital y corazón del imperio inca, hoy en día conocido por sus artesanías y talentosos artistas de textiles y de cerámica ,donde destaca la población de chinchero, la más típica del valle sagrado donde sus pobladores habitan las construcciones incaicas casi intactas, visite cusco donde tendrá una experiencia inolvidable. Informes ► http://www.miradordesantaanacusco.com/
Cusco was the capital of the Inca Empire and is still one of the largest and busiest cities in Peru. There are a plethora of famous markets that you will not want to miss. The Centro de Textiles Tradicionales del Cusco is a non-profit organization that aims to preserve the traditional Peruvian techniques of weaving and textiles, as well as supporting local communities. The organization has a museum, where you learn about the history of weaving, and a store, which sells quality textiles.
Cusco's craftsmanship makes anyone who visits the imperial city fall in love. Using sheep wool and llama or alpaca fiber, Cusqueños manufacture products with designs and techniques inherited from pre-Inca times. You'll want to take with you everything you see! La artesanía del #Cusco deja enamorado a todo aquel que visita la ciudad imperial. Utilizando lana de oveja y fibra de llama o alpaca, los cusqueños fabrican productos con diseños y técnicas heredadas de la época preincaica.
Once home to Incan emperors and Spanish conquistadores, the Palacio del Inka in Cuzco, Peru—near Machu Picchu—just emerged from a two-year, $20 million renovation worthy of the historic building’s legacy. While the ancient walls were left intact, the 203 guest rooms and 17 suites in the Luxury Collection hotel were all refreshed with hand-carved Cariniana-wood doors and furniture, colonial-era paintings, and rich jewel-tone textiles. Rooms from $315/night; starwoodhotels.com
Cusco Festival Photograph by Juan Rodriguez Stahlschmidt, My Shot Special days—such as this celebration in Cusco—call for the most beautiful and colorful garments. Today's weavers carry on the traditions that originated in Inca times or even earlier.