Departures: Every day, including holidays.
Start of the tour: 1:30 p.m. – Cusco city.
End of the tour: 6:30 p.m. – Cusco city.
Koricancha Temple (Santo Domingo) .- “Temple of the Sun” its perfect architecture and stone construction reflect the fact that it was the most important temple of the Inca empire.
Sacsayhuaman.-This construction is attributed to the Incas of the last dynasties, is located 3km from the city of Cusco, in the upper part. According to the chroniclers, it was a solar shrine, this temple was built with large blocks of limestone to protect the city from the attacks of the invaders from the East or Antis. It is formed by three large terraces superimposed in a zigzag shape and bordered by huge rock walls.
Qenqo.-Located a kilometer from Sacsayhuaman, it was a ceremonial center since it is seen in the central part a giant monolith, possibly of an animal, which was the main deity, surrounded by niches, where offerings were placed.
In the lower part, there are other niches and an altar that was used to embalm bodies or perhaps for sacrifices dedicated to their Gods.
PucaPucara.- Old tambo, guard post along the roads Its construction is rustic type consisting of streets, houses, and courtyards.
Tambomachay.- It is located 9 km. of the city, known as the baths of the Inca for the shape of its water sources, could also be a temple dedicated to the cult of water and purification for the Inka. It has three platforms with several niches where offerings were placed.
Transportation and Guide in only one language (Spanish or English).
- Entrance fee to Cathedral and to Qoricancha
- Tourist Ticket for archeological sites outside the city.
- Tourist ticket (not included in price)
- Sun hat
- Sunscreen 30 SPF or more.
- Waterproof jacket/rain poncho
- Camera and films