This tour is known for combining beautiful natural landscapes with Inca architecture in Tipón and pre – Inca architecture, the Wari in Pikillacta and Andahuaylillas, known as the “Sistine Chapel of America”; also in this route we can taste the tasty gastronomy of the towns of Saylla and Tipón.
We will pick you up from your hotel at 08:00 am and we will finish the tour at 1:00 pm, you can visit the following places.
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.
A large impressive growing space containing 12 terraces that are currently cultivated, whose walls were built with finely carved stones, even more impressive, is the irrigation system that is still serving agriculture and the advantage is the water intake in the spring season.
It has characteristics of a large urban center corresponding to the time of development of the Wari empire with more than a thousand constructions between squares, colcas (food storehouses), courts or houses, temples, long and narrow streets with buildings that had up to 4 stories high.
Typical Andean village of the time of the colony of singular origin and architecture. Outstanding in Andahuaylillas is its Catholic temple from the colonial period with beautiful decoration and mural painting from the 17th and 18th centuries known as the Sistine Chapel of Cusco. On the return we will pass by Saylla, typical Cuzco town where you can enjoy the delicious pork rinds (optional).
We will be returning to the city of Cusco at 3:30 pm approximately
The Andahuaylillas Temple is an incredible sight to behold. The interior is impressive, featuring detailed frescoes, carved wooden altars, and stunning stonework. I highly recommend visiting the Andahuaylillas Temple if you get the chance. It truly is a sight to behold.