The following places are visited:
Market of San Pedro: It is located in the historic center of Cusco offers a unique experience, both for its environment and for the products that can be found; It was built in 1925 and is the oldest in the city.
Plaza de Armas: It was used for the great religious and social ceremonies. At that time that great Plaza was surrounded by the palaces of the Quechua sovereigns.
Cathedral: The cathedral basilica of Cusco, beautiful architectural jewel that brings together a variety of architectural styles. A walk through the interior invites us to travel through time, get to know our culture and the customs of the colonial era, as well as an admirable collection of canvases. painted by Diego Quispe Tito, Juan Espinoza, Basilio Santa Cruz, among others.
Qoricancha: or Temple of the Sun It was one of the most important temples of the city of Cuzco in Inca times, it is a sample of the perfection and beauty in Inca architecture Many historians and scholars who point out that this place was the most sanctified or revered temple.
Stone of the 12 angles: represents the Inca technology and the degree of precision in the manufacture of its walls; en A stone located in an Inca wall, carved in such a way that it has twelve angles that allow it to fit exactly with the other surrounding stones that form the wall.
San Blas: It was known as the "Artists' Quarter", with narrow and twisted alleys, many of them steep; In Inca times it was one of the most important in the city.
San Cristóbal: It is the perfect viewpoint to be able to take panoramic pictures of the city of Cusco likewise there is a temple This Catholic temple, is built, next to some ruins of Inca origin known as the Ruins of Ccolcampata.
Mirador de Cristo Blanco: The statue of Cristo Blanco is located north-east of the imperial city of Cusco on the Pukamoqo hill (Red Hill), This statue is 8 meters high.