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Cusco’s busy main square has been the center of public life for centuries. Enjoy its spacious layout, ancient churches and restaurants.
An imposing building constructed with stones from an Inca fortress is celebrated for its beautiful architecture and artwork that spans three centuries.
Get caught up in the chaos of this intriguing attraction and enjoy a uniquely Andean experience.
Discover the remains of an important Incan temple dedicated to the sun, admire its construction and learn about its fascinating history.
Visit this enthralling religious site and discover its fine collection of artwork dating from the 16th through 20th centuries.
Step inside “the Sistine Chapel of the Andes,” a richly decorated 17th-century church full of carvings and religious paintings.
Be fascinated on a half-day tour of Cusco’s surrounding archeological sites, including the famous Sacsayhuaman, where the Incas’ construction of tightly placed stones created an incredible series of walls.
Sacred Valley Tour is one of the most popular tours in the region. The Sacred Valley of the Incas was a crucial area for the Inca empire and it functioned as both an agricultural, spiritual and political center for them.
This new alternative that is currently given in the visit to the “Rainbow mountain” is generating the interest of many tourists who recommend the return through the red valley, because beauty and uninterrupted solitude, make it a spectacular trip, especially for hikers who love a true outdoor adventure.
Join a knowledgeable guide as you explore Cusco's main attractions. On this half-day outing, visit the colonial Cathedral of Santo Domingo, the Koricancha Temple, the Incan fortress Saksaywaman and the archaeological site of Tambomachay.
The Lares Trek is an excellent alternative to the Inca Trail. This route takes you far off the beaten track to where you can meet and interact with members of traditional Andean communities.
Avoid cramped and ill-timed public transportation or the uncertainty of fairs and finding a cab. A driver will be waiting for you at an agreed upon time and location in your hotel of Cusco. Enjoy the peace and quiet of riding alone, and have a chance to look at the scenery hustle-free.