Student Residence Cusco
The student residence Cusco is ideal if you like to live in the city center and enjoy contact with fellow students from different parts of the world. This is a great place to meet new people and do activities and weekend trips together.
Living in the Student Residence in Cusco
The student residence Cusco is located in the school building so you can live and study Spanish in one place at only one block from the central plaza in Cusco, the Plaza de Armas.
There are both shared and single rooms in the student Residence Cusco (with either private or shared bathrooms), as well as a shared kitchen and living room. The AMAUTA cook prepares a delicious range of Andean and foreign cuisine. Breakfast and a delicious home-cooked lunch are included in this option.
School Residence Cusco: Quick Facts
Breakfast and lunch included
No distance (at school)
Private or shared bathroom
Single or shared room
Shared Living Room
Meals in the student residence in Cusco
The students enjoy having their meals together when living in the student residence. Both breakfast and lunch are provided.
For breakfast, we offer bread with coffee and tea, jam, butter and fruit juice. On some days, there are other additions such as eggs, cheese, ham, avocados, pancakes or yoghurt.
Lunch is the most important meal of the day in Peru; we have a fabulous cook in our student residence at AMAUTA who prepares a delicious range of Andean and foreign cuisine. The meals in the residence are a great value package, and you are assured that all food is carefully selected, safe and well-cooked. We serve meat or fish 3-4 times a week; there is also an ‘every day’ vegetarian option.
Lunch is home-cooked and consists of two or three courses, six days a week. There is always the main dish; on some days, we also serve a start or soup, and on others, you can enjoy a typical Peruvian dessert, or a fruit (salad) after dinner. The meal includes a drink and a warm drink (coffee or tea).
If you enjoy socializing, this is a great chance to meet other students studying Spanish at AMAUTA. It´s also easy being on-campus: you can easily enjoy lunch after your morning classes or before your afternoon classes.