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Welcome to Urubamba

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You're Going to Love Urubamba

Journey into the Sacred Valley city of Urubamba when visiting the Peruvian Andes mountains. Due to its central location, the city is a popular base camp for many visitors coming to explore the nearby salt mines, tropical rainforest, Inca ruins, and famous Machu Picchu citadel.

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When to Visit Urubamba

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The dry season from May-September is the best time to visit and hike around the Andes mountain range.

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How to Get to Urubamba

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Where to Stay in Urubamba

Aranwa Sacred Valley is an 18th-century hacienda, offering rooms starting at S/800 a night. Tambo del Inka is another luxury resort and spa with beautiful views and all of the modern ammenities.

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Shopping Streets

Most shopping is done at small markets within the city. Cerámicas Seminario is a great place to shop for local souvenirs, such as alpaca clothing.

Groceries and Other

Mercado de Urubamba and Frank's Market are the two main food shopping markets. A dozen eggs costs S/5.

Where to Eat in Urubamba

Alhambra Hacienda Restaurant serves traditional Peruvian food from thatched gazebos alongside roaming llamas and macaws. A typical meal costs around S/60 for two people.