Le Soleil


For a tantalizing alternative to the regional cuisine, head to Le Soleil, Cusco’s go-to restaurant for finesse and french flavors. The interior is stylish and subtly romantic, with white tablecloths and sparkling wine glasses begging to be filled with a glass of Champagne or Bordeaux grands crus available on the extensive wine list. The menu features many Gallic staples such as duck à l’orange and baked ratatouille. Budget diners can opt for just a single course or, for something more indulgent, go for the seven-course tasting menu.

Le Soleil, Calle San Agustin 275, Cusco, Peru, +51 (84) 240543

Luxury Machu Picchu Vacations

Throughout the Andes mountains of Peru lies a wealth of ancient Inca temples, colonial Spanish towns, and breathtaking views. Explore the Inca and Colonial Highlights in and around the ‘Inca Capital’ of Cusco and the Sacred Valley of the Inca in private service with qualified English-speaking guides. Visit the ruins in the Urubamba Valley, meet artisans and locals who still dress and live as their ancient ancestors before them. Then take the Luxury Hiram Bingham or Vistadome train to spend the night among the enchanting ruins of Machu Picchu, which was built in the 15th century and then abandoned until rediscovered by Hiram Bingham more than a century ago.

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