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City Tour

City Tour

Visited Areas

Catedral - Qoricancha - Sacsyhuaman - Qenqo - Pukapukara - Tambomachay

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Tourist Transportation and Professional Guide in your Language

Cuzco (also spelled as Qosqo in Quechua), who once was the capital of the Inca Empire, is now on the spotlight of being the main reason why most people came to Peru and South America for a visit. Known as the navel of the world during the Incan times, the ancient city has a combination of history, mysticism and authenticity that rarely matches any other city in the world. How magical!
We will pick you up from your hotel at the time indicated. As the first destination we will visit the Cathedral of Cusco; Built on the Quishuarqancha, the ancient palace of the Inca Huiracocha, the Cathedral of Cusco is one of the most beautiful and significant monuments of South America.
Then we visited the Coricancha (also spelled as Qoricancha), also known as Cusco’s Temple of the Sun. It was one of the most worshipped structures of the place during the time of the empire. The greatest God of the Incan time, the Inti (Sun), was worshiped in this temple. It is said that people came to the place barefoot before having breakfast.

After visiting some of the best-known sites in Cusco, we will be taking our transportation to the archeological sites of the Incas near Cuzco, which are listed on the following:

The Temple of Sacsayhuaman: In the complex you can see zigzagging walls of megalithic construction, bases of towers, aqueducts, tunnels (chincanas), ceremonial temples, stone slides (Suchuna), and a flatten field where the Festival of Sun "Inti Raymi" is currently held annually.

Qenko (also spelled as Qenqo): It has a plaza with semicircular shape with nineteen niches and a stone monolith in the central part. There is also a labyrinth-like passage that leads to the underground galleries.
Puca Pucara: Literally it means "Red Fortress" in Quechua. It functions as the military and administrative center.
Tambomachay: It was a temple dedicated to water. In this area, you can see aqueducts, terraces, canals and water sources around this archeological site where water constantly runs throughout the year.

After visiting all these sites, we will return you back to the hotel.

NOT INCLUDED:

  • Cost of the Entrance Tickets

Integral Tourist Ticket: 130.00 soles. (To visit City Tour, Sacred Valley, Maras Moray and
South Valley and Museums indicated in the Ticket.)

Parcial Tourist Tickets 70.00 soles. (Tour on either City Tour, Sacred Valley, Maras Moray.
Pr Southern Valley)

  • Entrance ticket to the Cathedral 25.00 soles.
  • Entrance ticket to Coricancha 15.00 soles
  • Entrance ticket to Andahuaylillas 15.00 soles.
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