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Cusco is the historical and archaeological capital of South America, a title awarded by UNESCO to preserve its archaeological monuments and to keep their customs that come from the time of the Incas. His great archaeological monuments defy time with huge complex which now amaze all visitors.
This is a half day tour to visit the Santo Domingo Convent, famous for being built on the Inca sun temple structures, the main religious building of the Incas dedicated to the worship of the Sun, when the first Spaniards arrived they were amazed to see that the walls of the great temple were covered with gold plates. Following our tour, we will visit the Cathedral, colonial religious monument of an extraordinary artistic value with its fabulous paintings with carved wood frame, and the beautiful Church of the Company.
Continuing the tour, we visit the archaeological complex of Sacsayhuaman, where you will appreciate large terraces which overlap in zigzag formation surrounded by enormous stone walls well fitted with stone blocks exceeding 6 meters high and weighing over 120 tons. Simply a magnificent work of Inca architecture worthy of being admired. Also visit Q'enqo, which means "Labyrinth". This place is a stone shrine that was used for ritual purposes. Pukapukara, means "red fortress" because the calcareous stones with which is built have acquired the reddish color of the ground, Tambomachay was a sacred center of worship of water, was also known as Inca Baths.


  • -English-speaking Guide
  • -Transportation


  • -Tourist ticket: 70 soles for the 4 Inca sites (If you are also doing the Sacred Valley tour, it is actually better to purchase the 10-day tourist ticket which is 130 soles total (which gives you access to other sites in the Sacred Valley and some museums and attractions in Cusco and is good for 10 days).
  • -Ticket Cathedral: 25 soles
  • -Ticket Q’oricancha/Temple of the Sun: 10 soles
  • -Tips.
  • -Drinks.
  • -Meals

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