Visit: Temple of Sun or Qoricancha, Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Pucapucara, Tambomachay.
Includes: Transportation, Professional Guide
You need: Tourist tickets, Qoricancha entrance fee.
Cusco Cathedral: Built in 1560 and taking nearly 100 years to complete, Cusco Cathedral is an emblematic feature of Cusco’s main colonial square – Plaza de Armas. In 1928, Cusco Cathedral was granted Minor Basilica status, and became the official seat of the diocese (under the supervision of a bishop). The full name of the Cathedral is “The Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption of the Virgin.” Furthermore, the cathedral was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site under the City of Cusco listing in 1983.
The Koricancha Palace: Religious center known as “The Temple of the Sun” where you will admire the impressive engineering used in its construction. – Sacsayhuaman.- Located 3 Km. From the city of Cusco, impressive stone fortress with an excellent architecture, Famous for its huge carved stones some of which are at 9 m/ 30 feet tall,with a weigh over 350 tons. Here is where the Inty Raymi or Fiesta del Sol take place in June Every year. – Qenqo.- Ceremonial and ritual center, amphitheatre where sacrifices were made. – Puca-Pucara.- An old tambo (resting place), monitoring place throughout the Inka Empire Routes. – Tambomachay.- Located 7 Km. From the city of Cusco, ceremonial center of cult to the water , known traditionally as the place of water.
3 Hours Before Flight Time
You can expect a really pleasant adventure that you will remember for a long time. You will visit the Inca city which is located about 3,399 meters above sea level. The visit to the Inca empire city is very unique and special. You will visit the following destinations:
Length: 4, 5 Hrs. (Monday – Sunday)
Start: at 8:00 am or 1:00 pm