One hour and thirty minutes from Cusco airport by road.
- Media Luna Tourism Circuit: A few minutes from Urubamba bus terminal, the Media Luna tourism circuit consists of a variety of workshops designed to provide insight into local values and customs. The tour is administered by Nexos Comunitarios, a local NGO, which also runs a tourist circuit in the traditional Quechua community of Cuncani in the highlands of Urubamba. Each workshop is lead by a member of the Association of Media Luna and you will get to meet a medicinal plant expert, a guinea pigs farm, a weaving and natural dye artist, a 'chichera' and hike to local ruins called 'Las Challpas'. For more information : 
Textiles and articrafts
Anywhere! The restaurants around town cater to locals, and are often menu places, meaning they have a set option, arroz con pollo or lomo saltado usually with sopa as a starter, all for a reduced rate usually 3-5 soles.
At the project Niños del Arco Iris, is a possibility to stay and sleep in the casa´s that are there for people who are interested in the project.
Niños del Arco Iris is a project, founded by a Dutch woman that gave up everything in Holland to look after the poorest children in Urubamba and surroundings. She has 17 children living with her and another 120 children that come to the project for food, a shower and education.
Also 80 young adults get education every day. There´s also a doctor and a dentist where the poorest people in the valley can go to.
for more information http://www.kuychi.org of email@example.com
Tequila club and Manhattan are the two most popular spots for drinking.