City tour Cusco, Coricancha and Inca’s Ruins

  • Plaza de Armas - Cusco

  • SACSAYHUAMAN, city

  • Koricancha - cusco

  • Plaza de armas - Cusco

  • Qenqo

Description

Excellent tour of the city of Cusco that can be done in the morning in private or in the afternoon in a shared service, made up of tourist attractions both in the city and the surrounding area, where we can be spectators of the Inca and colonial demonstrations, Inca architecture is the most important and important of the pre-Columbian era, referring to South America. The Incas and its fabulous architectural legacy along with the beautiful colonial constructions make of Cusco a center of important buildings that we can find in this City tour:

  • The Cathedral of Cusco (Great Religious Monument of the Colonial period that has an extraordinary artistic value)
  • The Temple of the Coricancha (Temple of the Sun).
  • The Fortress of Sacsayhuamán.
  • Tambomachay (Ceremonial Center of cult to the Water, baths of the Inca).
  • PucaPucara (Tambo de los Caminos del Inca).
  • Qenqo (Ritual Ceremonial Center).

Tour itinerary

13:15 Pick up from hotel
13:30 Visit to the cathedral (Great Religious Monument of the Colonial period that has an extraordinary artistic value)
14:30 Visit to the Temple of the Sun "Coricancha"
15:30 We continue with the visit to the fortress of Sacsayhuamán, Tambomachay (Ceremonial Center of cult to the Water, baths of the Inca), PucaPucara (Tambo of the Inca Paths) and Qenqo (Ritual Ceremonial Center).
18:30 We return to Cusco.

The tour include

  • Pick up at the cathedral gate for hotels outside the monumental hull.
  • Tourist transport (pick up pedestrians or small mobility for hotels in the center, return tourists to Av. Sol)
    Guided Spanish or English (shared)
  • Mobility
  • IGV.
Not Included
  • Tickets to attractions.
  • Tips.
  • Not mentioned.

Tour Recommendations

  • Take a jacket with you.
  • Bring hats for the sun.
  • Bottles of mineral water.
  • Sunscreen.
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US$ 15.00 Per person

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