✔ Licensed English / Spanish tour guide
✔ Private transportation
✔ Professional driver
✔ Entrance fee to all sites
Cusco is recognized as the ‘Archaeological Capital of America’. The ancient capital of the Incas is a place full of archaeological sites, museums, temples, and more. There you can see the fortress of Sacsayhuaman, the Coricancha, Qenqo, Puca Pucara, and Tambomachay. Although it is possible to visit these places on your own, the best way is to do it with the City Tour Cusco’.
Private city tour Cusco start when the agreed time the local tour guide will pick you up from your hotel, or airb&b house to take you to the main square and visit the following sites: THE CATHEDRAL, is the first place to visit, this church is the most important in Cusco because contains many antiques-related with the Spanish conquest. The second place in the private city tour Cusco is the Inca Sun Temple QORICANCHA, lying in the city center, a mixed building among Incas and Spanish people.
Afterward, we will visit SACSAYWAMAN, a huge fortress located 5 km above Cusco, Then we will continue to QENQO, a sacred amphitheater, labyrinth, and center of the Puma God adoration. From there we go to PUCA PUCARA, a red fortress because its rocks turn into red color during twilights. Our last destination in the private city tour Cusco is the water temple of TAMBOMACHAY, a long way among nature and Inca’s buildings. Eventually, you will be taken to your hotel.
The City Tour in the city of Cusco will allow you to know the most impressive archaeological and religious sights of the cosmopolitan city of Cusco, Peru.
This unmissable tour for every visitor takes place daily from 13:00 hrs starting with the Cathedral Basilica of the city of Cusco, one of the most remarkable colonial monuments of America, Qoricancha or Coricancha known as the Temple of the Sun and visit archaeological sites outside the city as Sacsayhuaman a megalithic construction, Qenko considered as a subway chamber where mummification was performed, Puca Pucara and Tambomachay, important archaeological sites of religious character of the Inca culture.
After a bit of culture at the end of the tour why not enjoy the beautiful city, move your body a little and enjoy all the bars and nightclubs that our beautiful city has to offer.
This imposing Cathedral proudly sits on Cusco’s Main Square and is one of our favourite places to visit in Cusco. Built on the site of the Inca palace of Viracocha it was completed in 1654 and is well worth a visit to learn more about how the Inca culture co-existed with the Catholic Church. It also has a fabulous collection of colonial art.
The Qoricancha Temple was the most important Inca Temple in Cusco and was dedicated to Inti the Sun God. Spanish colonists then built the Santo Domingo Church on the site to show their dominance of the local people. Guided tours highlight the interesting mix of two archaeological styles with Inca stonework and colonial architecture.
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