From 9:00 am to 6:30 pm
Cusco, the most important pre-Columbian metropolis in the continent, is repository and inheritor of a cultural tradition, developed throughout the Peruvian territory from 18 thousand years BC. It is a living museum where in its atmosphere still perceived greatness of remote times.
To make a full description or interpretation of Cusco and its privileged inhabitants would be a gigantic work of hundreds and even thousands of volumes. It is that destiny has rewarded this "Navel of the World" with privileged and excellent quality of nature, geography and people; capable of having developed one of the most advanced civilizations for its time.
We pick you up, and then we start our guided tour in the Sacred Valley of the Inkas, most of the time surrounding by the Vilcanota river, enjoying the panoramic view in Pisac (an old Inca City), then we will visit the traditional market in this village, where we will have the chance to bargains with the handicrafts and souvenirs sellers, we will enjoy its people customs and traditions afterwards we will arrive to Urubamba, traveling always near the Vilcanota river.
Where we are going to have lunch. In the afternoon we are going to visit the fortress of Ollantaytambo, built to guard the entrance to part of the valley and to protect it from the jungle’s habitant invasions. We will have the chance to walk throw the narrow streets and have a clear knowledge of how this religious and military center was during the Inka empire.
After ollantaytambo and going back to Cusco we will visit the colorful village and site of Chinchero, where we are going to enjoy the palace of the Inka Tupac Yupanqui (Royal House), we will appreciate its well preserve Inka wall in the main plaza and then visit the interesting Colonial Church built over Inca Bases with invaluable portraits. Then directly to Cusco
Specialized and bilingual tour guide; private transport and first aid kit.
Entrance fee, drinks such as sodas, wine or beers, tips and souvenirs.
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