Sacred Valley of the Incas Full Day
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The tour of the Sacred Valley begins with the pick-up of their respective hotels starting at approximately 8:00 am and ending at 6:30 to 7:00 pm.
- Pick up from your Hotel.
- Tourist transport.
- Official Tourism Guide.
- Buffet lunch.
- Tickets to access to visit points.
- Servicios no descritos.
- Wear comfortable shoes.
- Light clothing.
- Insect repellent.
- Blocker or sunscreen.
- Caps for the sun.
- A backpack.
- Camera or video camera.
- Waterproof in the rainy season (from October to March).
Pisaq Market: one of the most famous You can buy mates burilados, ceramics, straw hats, alpaca textiles, musical instruments, paintings, antiques, and jewelry to this fair go merchants and indigenous craftsmen from many towns, dressed in their typical costumes.
Pisaq archaeological center: It is located about 30 km northeast of the city of Cusco. It is located on the top of the mountain above the platforms that are in a good state of preservation, Pisac is one of the most beautiful monumental centers of the valley because it combines the landscape with the impeccable finish of its buildings.
Urubamba: City of the Sacred Valley where you can have lunch in the different restaurants.
Ollantaytambo: It was a very important fortified city, to facilitate the control of the roads towards the "Antisuyo" (jungle); according to many historians also to facilitate the protection of the great Inca capital of the attacks of the "Antis" their worst enemies, The present town is erected in the same place where the urban sector was located in the Incario and it is really interesting because it is the only place in Peru where you can still find people who live in the same buildings that served as housing for the nobles of the Inkario.
Chinchero: It was one of the most important Inca populations of the region of Cusco where today you can still see traces of its great past; One of the few places in Cusco that clearly manages the Inca urban layout. The remains of the Inca palace, the colonial church built on a stone base, its perfect andenería and a colorful Sunday fair are its main attractions.