"Your tour starts with a walking tour visiting the principal local market San Pedro. After that you will walk around Cusco’s city center visiting the beautiful main square and the Cathedral of Cusco which holds many archaeological artifacts and relics. Among them is a famous painting of the Last Supper by Marcos Zapata showing Christ and the apostles eating a guinea pig.Continue your tour to the huge Inca ceremonial center of Sacsayhuaman which overlooks the city of Cusco. Then visit another important Inca site known as Qenqo
"The tour begins as we pick you up from your hotel for an intensive visit in and around the city of Cusco with a focus on the phenomenal Inca constructions. We begin with Cusco’s Cathedral then onto Qoricancha and the archaeological sites on the outskirts of the city. The ancient sectors of Sacsayhuaman Qenqo Puca Pucara y Tambomachay and our return to the city our transportation will leave you near the main square.At night we can visit on our own the city of Cusco and its famous traditional streets of San Blas."""
"Your tour begins in the afternoon with a pick up from your centrally located Cusco Hotel. From there you'll visit the cathedral with its fabulous art: paintings and works in carved cedar wood gilded with gold and silver leaves. You'll also see the Temple ""The Enclosure of Gold"" with its perfect stonework and architecture reflecting the fact that it was the most important and most sacred temple during the Incan empire.Next you'll visit the Incan remains of temples Sacsayhuaman which is a wonder of the world where the cyclopean stones of more than 100 tons fit so perfectly that one cannot introduce a knife between them. Next stop you'll go to Qenqo which was dedicated to Mother Earth and the four natural elements. Your final stop will be to see Puca Pucara's Archaeological site and the baths of Tambomachay. The temple where the water was worshiped. Once your tour is over
The first site I visited was the Cathedral, which lies on one side of Plaza de Armas. It is huge and majestic. It has two beautiful chapels on its sides with gold and silver covered altars. The main...