Getting Around

The easiest way to get around Cuzco is on foot, as many of the hotels and tourist attractions are close together. That said, travellers should remember that Cuzco is a high-altitude destination, which makes walking tiring. Visitors should hire the city's relatively inexpensive taxis for longer distances. Taxis are regulated and fares are standardised, though the vehicles are not metred. For this reason, tourists should call a registered taxi company if they're travelling at night, to the airport, or to the bus or train station.

Airports

Cuzco Airport

The airport is located two miles (3km) from downtown Cuzco.

Cuzco Airport (CUZ)

Overview

There are no trains or buses from the airport, so taxis or a rented car are the only options to reach destinations in the city. Some hotels offer a pick-up service from the airport that should be arranged prior to arrival.

Location

The airport is located two miles (3km) from downtown Cuzco.

Getting to the city

There are no trains or buses from the airport, so taxis or a rented car are the only options to reach destinations in the city. Some hotels offer a pick-up service from the airport that should be arranged prior to arrival.

Time

Local time is GMT -5

Car rental

Car rental companies represented at the airport include Hertz, Avis, and Europcar.

Airport Taxis

Taxis from the airport can be arranged from booths within the terminal. Visitors should not use unmarked taxis and should negotiate a price before setting off to their destination.

Facilities

Airport facilities include restaurants, a club lounge, shops, ATMs, and massage facilities.

Parking

Parking is available at the airport.


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