Each day you have the option to take a different tour, according to your time and interests, we have many options but the most popular and recommended are in this description, where you will find the best alternative to enjoy everything that Cusco has to offer, we have the city tour, the tour to the sacred valley, the tour to the south, the tour to the salt mines of Maras and the agricultural laboratory of Moray all one day programs.
This fabulous half day tour takes you to all the most important sites in Cusco. Including visits to the Cusco Cathedral, the Temple of the Sun (Qoricancha) and the various Inca sites that lie outside the city, you can see an incredible mix of Inca and Spanish style and, in the case of Qoricancha, the two combined. Cusco is truly a fascinating place to visit; with a mixture of the two cultures (Inca and Spanish), the city has an appearance that is completely different from the rest of Peru. This tour is a must when visiting Cusco and is usually one of the first ports of call for all visiting tourists.
At 13h30 pm, we will pick you up from your hotel and transfer you to start the tour.
The Cathedral, also known as the Basilica Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin, is the main temple in the city of Cusco. The tour begins as you enter the cathedral through the Church of the Holy Family, and makes your way through the entire cathedral, including the adjacent Church of the Triumph. The tour continues with a visit to the most important religious site of the Incas, the Qorikancha. The Temple of the Sun was the center of all Inca religion in the complex, which made Cusco the Holy City of the Incas. Today it is still possible to observe the advanced engineering and architectural techniques developed and used by the Incas. Then take the bus to go to the upper part of the city to visit
This Inca archaeological site is known as the "Ceremonial Temple of Sacsayhuaman". Here you can observe the huge megalithic walls that are among the largest architectural works from the top of the Inca empire. Located about 2 kilometers from the city, this site also offers an incomparable panoramic view of the city and its surroundings. Continue to Qenqo
This Inca worship site, dedicated to magical-religious rituals, is of particular interest due to its semicircular amphitheater and the subway passages continue to Puca Pucara.
This archaeological site is a military fortress with large walls, terraces and steps. It formed an important part of the defense of Cusco. Continue to Tambomachay
This temple was built for the worship of water, as well as a retreat for the Inca king to rest. It contains a series of aqueducts, canals and waterfalls that pass over the rocks. Even today, the original source of the water remains unknown.