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Half Day Tour Details - Cusco City Sightseeing

Overview Cusco City Guided Tour 

Cusco City Guided Tour serves as a perfect orientation to Cusco city and its history. Cusco City was the historic capital of the Inca Empire from the 13th until the 16th century Spanish conquest.

Explore the most impressive Inca ruins in Cusco; as well was declared a World Heritage site by Unesco. Our local guides are tourism professionals who are born and raised in Cusco. They are fluent in English and have abundant knowledge about the history; and culture. On this Cusco City Guided Tour; you will be visiting the iconic archaeological remains in and around the Cusco city. This guided tour of Cusco city will give you so much of information that you will basically know a lot on your way to Machu Picchu.

This half day Cusco city tour is highly recommended for travelers, who want to know more history, views, people and city.

Departure & Return Location

Cusco Hotel Transfer

Departure Time

01:00 PM

Price Includes

  • Bi-Lingual Guide
  • Transport

Price Excludes

  • Entrance Fees
  • Food and Drinks
  • Any Private Expenses

Recommended To Carry

  • Sunscreen
  • Peruvian Soles in Cash
  • Water Bottle and Snacks
  • Camera & films
What to Expect

Get a comprehensive overview of Cusco on this half-day guided Cusco City tour. With a local English speaking guide to provide information through insightful commentary, check all of the highlights of Cusco. Stops include archaeological sites (including Sacsayhuaman), the Convent of Santo Domingo, the Water Temple of Tambomachay, and others. 

  • Introduction to Cusco's highlights is perfect for first-time visitors
  • Guide provides commentary on the historic, cultural, and archaeological aspects of the city
  • All transportations are provided between sites
Itinerary

Begining of the tour

We will pick you up from your hotel/hostel at 01:00 PM. Our first stop will be the iconic Cathedral of Cusco and its chapels, altars etc

Coricancha - Sun's Temple

Following the tour, we will walk to the temple of Coricancha (The temple of the sun). Here, you will be appreciate the beauty of the Incan architecture and at the same time witness the impact of the Catholic influence. It was here, the Spanish colonists built the Church of Santo Domingo after demolishing the temple and using its foundations for the cathedral. This is one of the numerous sites where the Spanish incorporated Inca stonework into the structure of a colonial building.

Archaelogical Sites

From the temple of Coricancha, our bus will drive us to the four incredible archaeological sites around the city. Sacsayhuaman, with its incredible stones, each one weighing more than 100 tons. Here you will have an opportunity to familiarize yourself with the history and culture and discover the meaning and importance of this iconic place. Then, just five minutes away from Sacsayhuaman, we will reach Qenqo and see its magical altar. After this, we will visit the archaeological sites of Puka Pukara (Red Fort) and Tambomachay (Temple of Water).

End Of The Tour

Ending our tour, we will return to Cusco’s city centre (San Francisco square or Regocijo square).

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Jean-Philippe Costa Mota

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Very peogeprofes and kind. Recommended!

April 17, 2019
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