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Sacred Valley of the Incas

Includes visits to

> Archaeological site Pisac
> Handicraft market Pisac
> Urubamba
> Ollantaytambo
> Chincheros


The first place that you will visit is the archaeological park of Pisac, here you can you can appreciate one of the most beautiful and extensive constructions of the Sacred Valley of the Incas. You will feel the energy and the ancient magic of this great culture of Peru. You will be explained how the Incas thought, felt, acted and lived in these great constructions. The tour continues to the town of Pisac. Pisac is an artistically town whose inhabitants create jewelry of silver, semiprecious and precious stones inspired by the iconography of the ancestral cultures of Peru. Around midday, you will leave Piscac and visit Urubamba, where you will get an excellent buffet lunch. After lunch, we will continue to the Archaeological Park of Ollantaytambo to appreciate its beautiful architecture that the Incas built. The last stop of the tour will be at the town of Chinchero, which is known for its stunning landscapes. In the afternoon you will return to the historic center of Cusco.

Tour Description

Archaeological Complex of Pisac

The archaeological complex of Pisac is one of the most beautiful monumental centers of the Sacred Valley of the Incas. The faultless constructions combined with the landscape is breathtaking. It is believed to be the largest Inca cemetery and the oldest in South America.

Handicraft Market of Pisac

The handicraft market of Pisac is certainly a colorful and lively place, where the most famous Cusco crafts made by the Andean Communities are exhibited. The articles which mostly stand out are textiles, jewelry, ceramics, wood carvings etc. Most of the handicrafts are reproductions of Inca archeological pieces, such as queros (ceremonial vessels), necklaces, etc.

Archaeological Complex of Ollantaytambo

The archaeological complex of Ollantaytambo was built in order to monitor the entrance to this part of the Sacred Valley and protect it from possible invasions. You will have the opportunity to walk through the streets of the town and have a clear idea of how this military, religious and cultural center functioned during the era of the Inca Empire.


On the way back to Cusco we will visit the stunning town of Chinchero, where the remains of the royal house of Túpac Inca Yupanqui are located. You can appreciate its well-preserved Inca wall in the main square and visit the beautiful colonial temple with interesting handicrafts.


The tour includes

> Tourist transport.
> Professional bilingual guide.
> Buffet lunch.

The tour does not include entrance tickets nor additional purchases.

It is highly recommended to bring a waterproof poncho, sunscreen, coat, bottled water and hiking shoes.


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