Cusco, Peru2018-11-27T09:03:31+00:00

Cusco, Peru

Cusco, the sacred city of the Incas, is one of the places in Peru that best preserves its millenary past. Located in the Andean Mountains, 3,399 meters above sea level, its climate is semi-dry and cold (with maximum temperatures of 20ºC and minimums of 1ºC). There are three means of transportation that you can use to get to Cusco: plane, train or car.

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ACUPARI – TANDEM Cusco proposes 6 top experiences in Cusco, Perú

1
Plaza de Armas (Arms Square)

“ADMINISTRATIVE, RELIGIOUS AND CULTURAL CENTER OF THE INCA EMPIRE.”

2
Coricancha Temple

“THE ANCIENT TEMPLE OF THE SUN, IN THE HEART OF CUSCO”

3
Sacsayhuaman

“ONE OF THE MOST AMAZING INCA FORTRESSES IN THE WORLD.”

4
Cathedral complex

“CATHEDRAL OF CUSCO AND TEMPLES OF TRIUMPH AND OF THE HOLY FAMILY”

5
San Pedro Market

“BUILT BY GUSTAV EIFFEL, ENCLOSES THE SPIRIT CUSQUEÑO”

6
Visit the “Baratillo”

“POPULAR SECOND-HAND FLEA MARKET, ONLY AVAILABLE ON SATURDAYS.”

Study Spanish in Cusco, Peru

Discover Cusco and learn Spanish at the same time

Our school is located in the heart of Cusco, which will allow you to visit many of the attractions of the city and enjoy it at the end of classes. Study Spanish with ACUPARI in a beautiful colonial building, hand in hand with teachers who take into account the needs of each student. We also have our own library with magazines and books in Spanish and, if you want, you can borrow tourist information from Peru for your excursions.

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City hopping with TANDEM International

We offer combined Spanish courses in different locations. You can start your Spanish course in ACUPARI – TANDEM Cusco, Peru, and continue in one of our partner schools in Madrid, Granada, San Sebastian, Barcelona or Santiago de Chile.

Do not hesitate to contact us for more details about our discounts on combined courses!

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Peru is a really exciting country. Mixture of different cultures (indigenous, Inca, European, African and oriental), this mestizaje is a pride for Peruvians. Heirs of the legacy of the Inca culture, chanca, chachapoya, mochica and wari, traveling to Peru is also a trip to the past thanks to its architectural works, its art and its festivals.

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