We have 02 schedules:
- In the morning from 9:00 AM to 1:30 PM
- In the afternoons from 1:30 PM to 6:00 PM
(You can choose the most convenient time according to your travel itinerary ).
We will pick you up from your hotel 15 minutes before the start of the city tour, and then start our visit to the main tourist attractions of the city of Cusco,
Our first point to visit will be Sacsayhuaman, Quechua name meaning “satisfied hawk” was built with huge blocks of stone. In the time of the Incas it was called the “sun house” and it was a religious center of great importance. Then we will visit Qenqo Quechua word that means “Labyrinth” coined by the Spaniards for its labyrinthine underground galleries and for the small canals carved in zigzag.
Then we will visit the main local market of San Pedro, where we will familiarize ourselves with the local flavor by experiencing the products of the Cusco area.
Continuing with the tour, we will visit the Koricancha Temple (in Quechua, Golden Enclosure) this wonderful temple is considered sacred since it housed Inca priests in charge of worshiping the Sun God.
To finish our tour we will visit the main square of Cusco, we will make a short walk through the main streets of the city where we can see walls and buildings from the Inka period that are still well preserved (Hatun Rumiyoy “Stone of the 12 angles and the street loreto Intikijllu ”
Our tour ends with the transfer to your hotel in Cusco.
The convent was built on the spectacular Qorikancha place of gold, the most important dedicated to the worship of the sun, whose walls were covered with sheets of gold. The convent stands on a foundation of polished stone structures, the most finely crafted in Cusco, the Inca Empire. Its gate is an excellent example of Renaissance and its unique tower, baroque, prominent on the tiled roofs of the city. Like all churches, it has an important collection of paintings of the Cusquenian School.
MAIN SQUARE OF CUSCO
In our visit to the main square we can see the cathedral of Cusco, the temple of the company of Jesus that in the Inca times these were palaces of the Inca rulers, main streets such as the stone of the 12 angles, walls, palaces and buildings from the Inka period that are still well preserved, and we can take very beautiful photos inside this sacred square.
Imposing example of Inca military architecture, this fortress was built using large slabs of granite and dedicated to the safeguard of the city of Cusco from attacks by invaders from the east or Antis. Sacsayhuaman (in Quechua “satisfied falcon”) is made up of three large terraces which overlap in a “zigzag” and flanked by enormous stone ramparts of up to 300 mt of length. Due to its proximity and elevation with respect to Cusco and the dimensions of the stones of up to 5 mt. High and 350 tons, this served as a quarry for certain structures in the colonial city of Cusco.
Located four kilometers northeast of the city of Cusco, Qenqo is a ritual center built on a singular outcrop of limestone, with underground galleys and a semicircular amphitheater with the archaeological groups of Q’enqo Grande and Q’enqo Chico. , meaning labyrinth or zigzag, fulfilled a purely religious function, being on the outside an amphitheater in semicircular form with trapezoidal niches and a monolith that simulates being a cougar which measures approximately six meters.
SAN PEDRO MARKET
Local market San Pedro is one of the oldest in Cusco, Founded in 1925 and still remains the largest concentration point for the supply of essential materials for Cusco and visitors without doubt a cultural experience and Experiential fascinating and fun to learn about the Andean culture, Listen to the Quechua language pronounced correctly, We can see gestures and habits common in the Andean culture, Feel the mixture of smells of local products and flowers finally see handmade garments and some places where they make, in a typical way.
End of the services.
- Pick-up from the hotel.
- Tourist transport.
- Official Guide Service in English and Spanish.
- Entrance fees.
- Food and drinks.
RECOMMENDATIONS TO BRING
- Original passport and card of migration (TAM).
- Use sneakers or light/tennis shoes.
- Bottle of water “canteen”
- Drink plenty of fluids during your excursions.
- Raincoat (long poncho) in the rainy season.
- Long-sleeved shirts.
- Long pants.
- Sunscreen, brimmed hat for sunny days.
- Sunglasses, plastic bags.
- Medicine and / or personal items (liquid for contact lenses).
- A light backpack (no weight limit between 5-6 kilos maximum).
- Camera or camcorder and films.
- Have on hand checks in small denominations and coins in soles or dollars.