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Airbnb Cusco: Best of the Best

So you want to pay a visit to the Peruvian capital?

Well, you definitely should. Cusco is an amazing place. Filled with Inca and Spanish Colonial heritage alike, it is a charming place to explore and wander around.

There are hotels here, and there are hostels, but a great way to see Cusco is staying for a night or two (or three!) in an incredible apartment or house in the capital.

So, when you decide to travel here, I’ve located the very best Airbnbs in Cusco!

If you’re booking an Airbnb for the first time, be sure to use my referral link to get $40 off your first booking!

Airbnb Cusco: Best of the Best



Wow, guys—wow. Cusco has pretty much blown me away with its super stylish, charming, and traditional Airbnbs. It shows there’s no need to book a hotel. Just book yourself one of these Airbnbs…and tell me about it!

Tag me in your Insta posts or stories and show me which of these unique properties you stayed in. Don’t make me too jelly though!

Planning a trip to Cusco? Be sure to check out all my Cusco guides!

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Antigua Casona San Blas: Gorgeous boutique hotel in Cusco
Tech2Empower Volunteer trip to Peru

FAQs

How many days do you need in Cusco?

It is recommended to spend at least three days in Cusco so you can explore and see what Cusco has to offer!

Where should I stay in Cusco?

The two most popular plays to stay in Cusco are San Blas or Plaza de Armas. These two neighborhoods are the closest to Cusco.

Is Peru expensive?

Peru is generally not very expensive however in the more touristy areas things may add up and get costly.

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