Cusco City Tour

Private Tour
Adults:              $60
Children (6-12): $40

Sites to Visit:

  • Plaza de Armas
  • Cathedral
  • Coricancha
  • Sacsayhuaman
  • Q'enqo
  • Puca Pucara
  • Tambomachay


We will pick you up from your hotel to visit the historic Cathedral of Cusco and the Main Square Its colonial architecture buildings serve as an example of the impact the Spanish conquerors made in the city. However, this place has existed long before the Conquest. This was the chosen starting point to begin developing the Imperial City, which became the capital of the Inca Empire

Then we continue our route to the Coricancha temple on which the church of Santo Domingo was built. Originally named Intikancha or Intiwasi, it was dedicated to Inti, and is located at the former Inca capital of Cusco. Mostly of the temple was destroyed after the 16th-century war with the Spanish conquistadors, as settlers also took it apart to build their own churches and residences. Much of its stonework was used as the foundation for the seventeenth-century Santo Domingo Convent. It was built after the 1650 earthquake destroyed the first Dominican convent

At the end of the visit of the city we will take our transportation to make the circuit of four ruins; which is about 20 minutes from the city of Cusco. We will see the majestic archaeological complexes of Sacsayhuaman, which can be spelled many different ways, is a citadel on the northern outskirts of the city of Cusco, Peru, the historic capital of the Inca Empire. Sections were first built about 1100 CE by the Killke culture which had occupied the area since 900 CE.

Q’enqo, in Quechua, Qenqo means labyrinth or zig-zag and the temple is named for the crooked canal cut out of its rock. Although it is clear the canal carried some sort of liquid, researchers have been forced to guess at its purpose, and at what liquid it transported. Hypotheses range from carrying holy water, chicha (corn beer), or blood. All three indicate that Qenqo was used for death rituals, possibly to embalm bodies or detect whether a person lived a good life by the course the liquid followed.

Puca Pucara This construction is located 6km from Cusco. “Puca” in Quechua means “Red” and “Pucara” means “Fortress-Watchtower. Located at a strategic point along the road to the Antisuyo (the jungle part of the Inca empire), it also served as a checkpoint on the Inca road and was a military and administrative center

Tambomachay is an archaeological site associated with the Inca Empire, located near Cusco, Peru. An alternate Spanish name is El Baño del Inca. It consists of a series of aqueducts, canals and waterfalls that run through the terraced rocks.

What is Included:
– English speaking tour guide.
– Tourist transportation.
– Entrance fee for Cusco Cathedral.
– Entrance fee for the Qorikancha.

– It is not included the Full Tourist Ticket, the cost is 35 USD and permit to visit:

  •  Sacsayhuaman.
  •  Qenqo.
  •  Puca Pucara.
  •  Tambomachay.
  •  Museum of Contemporary Art.
  •  Regional Historical Museum.
  •  Museum of Popular Art.
  •  Qoricancha Site Museum.
  •  Qosqo Center for Native Art.
  •  Monument to the Inca Pachacuteq.
  •  Pikillaqta.
  •  Tipón.
  •  Pisac.
  •  Ollantaytambo.
  •  Chinchero.
  •  Moray.

If You will visit just the sites included in the City Tour, You can buy a partial ticket for 18 USD.
Places included:

  • Pisac
  •  Ollantaytambo
  •  Chinchero
  •  Moray

English or French.

What’s Not Included:
• Meals.
• Tip: It is strictly voluntary.

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