This tour starts at 8:00am and ends at 7:00pm. our transfer will pass by your hotel to pick up you up, to go to the sacred valley of the Incas, this valley has geographical and climatic qualities that were very special for the Incas, who made it one of the main points of agricultural production because of the wealth of their land.In addition it is the place where the best corn grain in Perú is produced.
The Sacred Valley of the Incas is made up of archaeological monuments and several indigenous peoples that inhabit it. It has an unparalleled historical wealth and also three of the most important typical artisan markets in Cusco such as: Písaq, Ollantaytambo and Chinchero.
Entrance Tickets (BTC) to the Archaeological Groups:
To carry out the tours in the city of Cusco, you need to acquire a BTC (Tourist ticket of Cusco, which allows the entrance to 16 places, with 10 days of duration, within them to Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Pucapucara, Tambomachay, museums and also to carry out the tour to the Sacred Valley of the Incas), the price is:
for FOREIGNERS adults S/. 130.00, students S/ 70.00 and for PERUVIANS adults S/. 70.00, students S/ 40.00.
The archaeological complex of Pisac, is located on top of a mountain from where you have a panoramic view of the Sacred Valley. This wonderful place is formed by groups of platforms and architectural structures scattered on the slopes and at the top of the mountain, Pisac is one of the most beautiful monumental centers of the valley as it combines the landscape with the impeccable finish of its constructions.
Located 30 km from the city of Cusco, the main square of Pisac houses this market, colorful and cheerful place, where the most famous Cusco handicrafts made by Andean hands are exhibited, among the handicrafts, outstanding textile pieces, ponchos, bags, etc, and ceramic handicrafts, which are reproductions of Inca archaeological pieces, such as qeros (ceremonial vessels), necklaces, etc. This fair is attended by indigenous merchants and artisans from many villages, dressed in their typical costum.
After tasting the buffet lunch of typical food in Urubamba, we will continue the journey towards the village of Ollantaytambo “Living Inka City”. A religious, administrative, political center, with streets, squares, Inca temples.
On the way back to Cusco we will visit the picturesque village of Chinchero, a beautiful example of the architectural syncretism between the Andean and the Hispanic. It has a very attractive colonial temple that was built on the foundations of an Inca palace, you can also visit its typical market and its archaeological center.
After finishing our visit, we will return to the city of Cusco.
The tour began at the ancient site of Pisac, which was truly amazing. We explored the ruins and learned about the history of the Inca people. We then continued on to Ollantaytambo, where we had the opportunity to explore the village and the ancient ruins. The views were breathtaking and the traditional architecture was really impressive.