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From Cusco: Cusco, Sacsayhuaman, and Tambomachay Day Trip

From Cusco: Cusco, Sacsayhuaman, and Tambomachay Day Trip

Pickup at Hotel or Meeting Point: Our team will pick you up either directly at your hotel or at the meeting point you have selected, within the time slots you choose, either in the morning or in the afternoon. City Tour Cusco: City Tour Cusco offers you an unparalleled cultural and historical experience in the city of Cusco. Itinerary: Plaza de Armas: Enjoy a guided tour through the center of the City of Cusco, visiting the iconic Plaza de Armas. Cathedral: Explore the majestic Cathedral, a witness to the rich history and colonial art. Qoricancha - Temple of the Sun: Immerse yourself in the energy of the Temple of the Sun, known as "Qoricancha," where Inca and colonial architecture uniquely merge. Ruins of Sacsayhuaman: Head to the imposing ruins of Sacsayhuaman, marveling at the magnitude of the stone structures. Qenqo, Puca Pucara, and Tambomachay: Explore the fascinating ruins of Qenqo, Puca Pucara, and Tambomachay, each with its own history and significance. Return to the City: We will return to the city, concluding the tour at Plaza San Francisco or Plaza Regocijos. Unforgettable Experience: We are confident that you will enjoy a unique experience, igniting your adventurous and exploratory spirit, leaving you full of interesting memories. Get ready to immerse yourself in the cultural and historical richness of Cusco!

Free Walking Tour of Cusco

Free Walking Tour of Cusco

Join us at Plazoleta Regocijo right of front of Chicha restaurant at 10am in english, spanish — eveyday. You can also join us at 1pm in english only — monday thru saturday. You can also come at 3:30pm in english, spanish — monday thru saturday. Look for the yellow vest only of Inkan Milky Way. Notes: —The tour starts After 15 minutes of the the mee-up time so don't rush the Guide. —If you want punctuality, book a Private tour (this is a free tour, it is a Group tour and we usually have tourists coming late). —We need at least 2 people to run the free tour otherwise it will be cancelled or reprogramed. —The itinerary is Referential, it will all depend on the tour Guide so no need to be picky. After all the group is gathered, you will explore all the historic center on foot in english or spanish — separate groups. The first stop will be the Plaza San Francisco, then the Saint Claire Arch and the Mercado San Pedro. After that you will make your head back to the Plaza de Armas(explore all the tour attractions surrounding this place), a quick walk to the 13 angled stone, visit some inca wall remains and end the walk near the Santo Domingo church.

Cusco: Half-Day City Tour

Cusco: Half-Day City Tour

Start your tour with pickup from your Cusco hotel. On this half-day trip you’ll stop at Qenqo Temple, a natural rock formation that became a ceremonial center. See Puca Pucara, a site of military ruins, and the remains of guard posts, staircases, streets, houses and courtyards. Carry on to Sacsayhuaman, which chroniclers believe was a solar shrine built by the last dynasties of the Incas. This temple was built with large blocks of limestone to protect the city from the attacks of invaders from the East or Antis. Finally, visit Tambomachay, located 9 kilometers outside of the city, known as the baths of the Incas because of the shape of its water source. This site could also have been a temple dedicated to the cult of water and purification. With afternoon departures, you’ll also have the chance to visit the UNESCO-listed Basilica Cathedral and the temple of Coricancha. The temple’s perfect architecture and stone construction reflect the fact that it was the most important temple of the Inca empire.

Cusco: Historical Guided City Tour with 4 Inca Ruins

Cusco: Historical Guided City Tour with 4 Inca Ruins

Delve into Peru’s ancient history with a guided tour from Cusco, with hotel pickup included. Enjoy live commentary as you visit the Cusco Cathedral, Sacsayhuaman, the Sacred Valley of Peru, and Tambomachay. Learn about how people lived in the Inca Empire. Start the tour with a pickup around 1:00 PM from your hotel in Cusco. Head to your first stop, the Cusco Cathedral, a 16th-century colonial relic that took over 100 years to complete. From there, visit the most important temple in the Inca Empire, the Coricancha — also known as the Temple of the Sun. Continue with archeological discoveries as you visit the towers, walls, and tunnels of Sacsayhuaman. Move onward to the Sacred Valley of Peru with stops at the Temple Qenqo followed by Puca Pucara — a large military fortress with a fascinating arrangement of large stones. Finally, get further insight into the lives of the Inca at the enchanting Tambomachay, situated 3700 meters above sea level with a fascinating series of water features thought to have been built in worship of water. Return to the city of Cusco to be dropped off near the main square of Cusco at approximately 6:45 PM.

Cusco: Historic Walking Tour with Pisco Sour and Music Show

Cusco: Historic Walking Tour with Pisco Sour and Music Show

Embark on a historical walking tour in Cusco and explore the city's top landmarks. Follow your guide through the vibrant Peruvian capital and gain insight into must-visit places, including the Qoricancha and San Blas neighborhood. Round off your tour with a pisco-sour tasting. Kick off your city adventure at Cusco Main Square and explore the majestic Cathedral. See the enchanting Company of Jesus and the revered Qoricancha (Sun Temple). As you walk, listen to insightful commentary from your guide. Gaze up at the city's most beautiful balcony and stop by the legendary 12 and 13 angled stones. Learn about the Andean Trilogy, featuring silhouettes of the Condor, Puma, and Snake intricately carved into an Inca wall. Continue to the picturesque San Blas neighborhood and stroll through its picturesque streets. Next, visit a skilled luthier (instrument maker), experience an Andean musical show, and take in breathtaking views. Capture unforgettable moments on 7 Borreguitos Street, renowned as the most picturesque street in the city, before exploring the Temple of the First Inca Ruler, Manco Capac. Finish your walking tour with a treat. Choose between a delightful Pisco Sour (the national drink of Peru) or the beloved Chicha Morada (a non-alcoholic Peruvian favorite).

Cusco: 6-Hour City Highlights Tour

Cusco: 6-Hour City Highlights Tour

Discover the fascinating historical town of Cusco on this 6-hour tour of the city and its surrounding areas. Take in the unique architecture of the city, a blend of Inca and Spanish influences.  After pickup from your accommodation, start your tour at the Temple of the Sun, also known as Qoricancha, the most renowned temple of the Inca Empire. You will then be driven outside the city to visit important Inca sites, including the Fortress of Sacsayhuaman, Quenqo, Pucapucara and the Baths of Tambomachay. Your guide will tell you the exciting history of these ancient sites as you learn the stories behind the ruins. The tour will finish at around 7:00 PM, with drop-off at the Plaza Regocijo in the center of Cusco. 

From Cusco: City Tour Cusco Tambomachay and Sacsayhuaman

From Cusco: City Tour Cusco Tambomachay and Sacsayhuaman

Pick-up at your hotel. Morning shift at 8:30 am and afternoon shift at 12:30 pm. Please message us on WhatsApp to provide the name of your hotel; otherwise, select the designated pick-up point. Embark on an enchanting journey through the heart of the Andes with our exclusive Cusco City Tour, offering an immersive exploration of the city's historical and cultural wonders. Discover the hidden gems of Cusco's historic center as you wander along cobblestone streets adorned with colonial architecture and bustling markets. Ascend to the awe-inspiring Sacsayhuamán fortress, where the ancient echoes of Inca civilization resonate amidst breathtaking vistas of the city below. Experience the serenity of Tambomachay, a sanctuary of natural beauty and ancient wisdom, with its mesmerizing water features and tranquil surroundings. Unravel the mysteries of Q'enqo and Puca Pucara, ancient archaeological sites steeped in legend and intrigue, offering a glimpse into Cusco's rich past. Conclude your journey at the majestic Cusco Cathedral, standing proudly in Plaza de Armas, where history and culture converge in a truly unforgettable experience. This isn't just a tour; it's a unique voyage through time and tradition, curated exclusively for you.

Cusco's Street and San Pedro Market Walking Adventure

Cusco's Street and San Pedro Market Walking Adventure

Our story begins in the Plaza de Armas, the city's pulsing heart. Sunlight dances on the golden facade of the Cusco Cathedral, a masterpiece blending Inca and Spanish influences. Gaze at the intricately carved balconies adorning colonial buildings, each whispering tales of conquistadors and emperors. Feel the energy of locals bustling amidst colorful stalls bursting with Andean handicrafts. From the square, we weave through charming alleyways, stepping into the hushed courtyard of Cusikancha. In this former Inca palace, vibrant murals whisper forgotten myths, and ancient trees reach skyward, silently bearing witness to centuries of history. Here, we savor our first taste of Peru – rich, complex chocolates handcrafted with native ingredients like lucuma and quinoa. Each bite unveils a unique layer of flavor, a testament to the land's bounty. Our path leads past the iconic Twelve Angles Stone, a mesmerizing Inca marvel seamlessly fused into a colonial wall. Its flawless, twelve-sided surface speaks of an engineering prowess that still mystifies today. A local storyteller might regale us with tales of this enigmatic object, adding a touch of magic to the air. Emerging from the narrow streets, we enter the vibrant San Blas neighborhood. Cobblestone lanes wind past artisan workshops, their windows showcasing colorful textiles, gleaming pottery, and intricate wooden carvings. The air hums with the gentle clatter of looms and the rhythmic tap of hammers, a symphony of creativity echoing through the ages. Leaving the hustle behind, we reach the impressive Sapantiana aqueduct. This ancient watercourse snakes through the city, its arches defying gravity and time. Soak in the panorama of red-tiled roofs stretching out below, a vibrant patchwork against the emerald hills. Now, we take a detour down the nicest street in Cusco, a haven of colonial charm. Bougainvillea spills from flower boxes, casting kaleidoscopic shadows on cobbled lanes. Finally, we ascend to the San Cristobal viewpoint, where Cusco sprawls below in all its glory. The setting sun paints the city in hues of gold and rose, casting long shadows from ancient spires. Then in a moment of breathtaking beauty, we raise a glass of Pisco Sour, the national cocktail of Peru. Its tangy blend of pisco, lime, egg white, and sugar is a refreshing culmination of our sensory journey. But this is not just an ending, it's a beginning. Each taste, each sight, each story whispers an invitation to delve deeper into Cusco's magic. With Street Adventures, you haven't just seen the city – you've felt its pulse, savored its essence, and become a part of its captivating narrative. Join us and let Cusco weave its spell on you. This is more than a tour – it's an adventure for your senses, a journey to the heart of Peru, and a memory that will forever shimmer like Andean sunshine. So, lace up your walking shoes, open your heart, and prepare to be amazed. Your Street Adventure awaits!

Cusco: Private City Tour and Saksaywaman Visit with Transfer

Cusco: Private City Tour and Saksaywaman Visit with Transfer

This private tour will give you the best introduction to Cusco and Perú, we will show up at your hotel or acomodation at the time you will select, then our expert guide & driver will take you to Sacsayhuaman. Sacsayhuaman is the most important archeologyal sites Surronding Cusco city, this is a very good example of inca architecture and egeniering. then you will go with the van to the temple of the water, tambomachay, very impresive water fountains, Near This temple we also have a ancient inca forttress called Puca Pukara, we will also explore this ancient fortress. On our wat back to the city, we will explore Q'enqo, a templo for the Puma and also will see how the incas use to momify to theyr people. Once we return to the cusco city, we will explore the Cusco Cathedral that holds more than 2000 kilos of silver and more than 1500 kilos of gold with lots of espectaculars paintings from colonial times. Finally we will visit the Sun temple "Koricancha", located only 2 blocks away from Cusco main square. All this will be with our expert team .

City Tour Cusco

City Tour Cusco

Nos alejaremos de la ciudad para visitar Sacsayhuamán, una impresionante fortaleza ceremonial llena de colosales construcciones rodeada de hermosos paisajes en total comunión con el entorno. Recorreremos los tres niveles de esta mágico lugar, descubriendo en la parte alta, las bases de los grandes torreones que épocas incas dominaban el Cusco. Un viajero con experiencia descubre lo que para el turista es desapercibido. Continuaremos nuestra visita al adoratorio incaico de Q'enqo, antiguo templo del Puma que alberga un altar para sacrificios en el interior de la Pachamama. Nuestra siguiente parada será Tambomachay, monumento de notable excelencia arquitectónica, considerado uno de los pilares de la cosmovisión andina. Observaremos las fuentes de agua de manantial que aún irrigan campos y terrazas de la ciudad. Por último ingresaremos a la atalaya de Puca Pucará, estratégico lugar que domina el valle y la ciudad imperial.

Cusco Cathedral: Our most recommended tours and activities

From Cusco: Cusco, Sacsayhuaman, and Tambomachay Day Trip

From Cusco: Cusco, Sacsayhuaman, and Tambomachay Day Trip

Pickup at Hotel or Meeting Point: Our team will pick you up either directly at your hotel or at the meeting point you have selected, within the time slots you choose, either in the morning or in the afternoon. City Tour Cusco: City Tour Cusco offers you an unparalleled cultural and historical experience in the city of Cusco. Itinerary: Plaza de Armas: Enjoy a guided tour through the center of the City of Cusco, visiting the iconic Plaza de Armas. Cathedral: Explore the majestic Cathedral, a witness to the rich history and colonial art. Qoricancha - Temple of the Sun: Immerse yourself in the energy of the Temple of the Sun, known as "Qoricancha," where Inca and colonial architecture uniquely merge. Ruins of Sacsayhuaman: Head to the imposing ruins of Sacsayhuaman, marveling at the magnitude of the stone structures. Qenqo, Puca Pucara, and Tambomachay: Explore the fascinating ruins of Qenqo, Puca Pucara, and Tambomachay, each with its own history and significance. Return to the City: We will return to the city, concluding the tour at Plaza San Francisco or Plaza Regocijos. Unforgettable Experience: We are confident that you will enjoy a unique experience, igniting your adventurous and exploratory spirit, leaving you full of interesting memories. Get ready to immerse yourself in the cultural and historical richness of Cusco!

Free Walking Tour of Cusco

Free Walking Tour of Cusco

Join us at Plazoleta Regocijo right of front of Chicha restaurant at 10am in english, spanish — eveyday. You can also join us at 1pm in english only — monday thru saturday. You can also come at 3:30pm in english, spanish — monday thru saturday. Look for the yellow vest only of Inkan Milky Way. Notes: —The tour starts After 15 minutes of the the mee-up time so don't rush the Guide. —If you want punctuality, book a Private tour (this is a free tour, it is a Group tour and we usually have tourists coming late). —We need at least 2 people to run the free tour otherwise it will be cancelled or reprogramed. —The itinerary is Referential, it will all depend on the tour Guide so no need to be picky. After all the group is gathered, you will explore all the historic center on foot in english or spanish — separate groups. The first stop will be the Plaza San Francisco, then the Saint Claire Arch and the Mercado San Pedro. After that you will make your head back to the Plaza de Armas(explore all the tour attractions surrounding this place), a quick walk to the 13 angled stone, visit some inca wall remains and end the walk near the Santo Domingo church.

Cusco: Half-Day City Tour

Cusco: Half-Day City Tour

Start your tour with pickup from your Cusco hotel. On this half-day trip you’ll stop at Qenqo Temple, a natural rock formation that became a ceremonial center. See Puca Pucara, a site of military ruins, and the remains of guard posts, staircases, streets, houses and courtyards. Carry on to Sacsayhuaman, which chroniclers believe was a solar shrine built by the last dynasties of the Incas. This temple was built with large blocks of limestone to protect the city from the attacks of invaders from the East or Antis. Finally, visit Tambomachay, located 9 kilometers outside of the city, known as the baths of the Incas because of the shape of its water source. This site could also have been a temple dedicated to the cult of water and purification. With afternoon departures, you’ll also have the chance to visit the UNESCO-listed Basilica Cathedral and the temple of Coricancha. The temple’s perfect architecture and stone construction reflect the fact that it was the most important temple of the Inca empire.

Cusco: Historical Guided City Tour with 4 Inca Ruins

Cusco: Historical Guided City Tour with 4 Inca Ruins

Delve into Peru’s ancient history with a guided tour from Cusco, with hotel pickup included. Enjoy live commentary as you visit the Cusco Cathedral, Sacsayhuaman, the Sacred Valley of Peru, and Tambomachay. Learn about how people lived in the Inca Empire. Start the tour with a pickup around 1:00 PM from your hotel in Cusco. Head to your first stop, the Cusco Cathedral, a 16th-century colonial relic that took over 100 years to complete. From there, visit the most important temple in the Inca Empire, the Coricancha — also known as the Temple of the Sun. Continue with archeological discoveries as you visit the towers, walls, and tunnels of Sacsayhuaman. Move onward to the Sacred Valley of Peru with stops at the Temple Qenqo followed by Puca Pucara — a large military fortress with a fascinating arrangement of large stones. Finally, get further insight into the lives of the Inca at the enchanting Tambomachay, situated 3700 meters above sea level with a fascinating series of water features thought to have been built in worship of water. Return to the city of Cusco to be dropped off near the main square of Cusco at approximately 6:45 PM.

Cusco: Historic Walking Tour with Pisco Sour and Music Show

Cusco: Historic Walking Tour with Pisco Sour and Music Show

Embark on a historical walking tour in Cusco and explore the city's top landmarks. Follow your guide through the vibrant Peruvian capital and gain insight into must-visit places, including the Qoricancha and San Blas neighborhood. Round off your tour with a pisco-sour tasting. Kick off your city adventure at Cusco Main Square and explore the majestic Cathedral. See the enchanting Company of Jesus and the revered Qoricancha (Sun Temple). As you walk, listen to insightful commentary from your guide. Gaze up at the city's most beautiful balcony and stop by the legendary 12 and 13 angled stones. Learn about the Andean Trilogy, featuring silhouettes of the Condor, Puma, and Snake intricately carved into an Inca wall. Continue to the picturesque San Blas neighborhood and stroll through its picturesque streets. Next, visit a skilled luthier (instrument maker), experience an Andean musical show, and take in breathtaking views. Capture unforgettable moments on 7 Borreguitos Street, renowned as the most picturesque street in the city, before exploring the Temple of the First Inca Ruler, Manco Capac. Finish your walking tour with a treat. Choose between a delightful Pisco Sour (the national drink of Peru) or the beloved Chicha Morada (a non-alcoholic Peruvian favorite).

Cusco: 6-Hour City Highlights Tour

Cusco: 6-Hour City Highlights Tour

Discover the fascinating historical town of Cusco on this 6-hour tour of the city and its surrounding areas. Take in the unique architecture of the city, a blend of Inca and Spanish influences.  After pickup from your accommodation, start your tour at the Temple of the Sun, also known as Qoricancha, the most renowned temple of the Inca Empire. You will then be driven outside the city to visit important Inca sites, including the Fortress of Sacsayhuaman, Quenqo, Pucapucara and the Baths of Tambomachay. Your guide will tell you the exciting history of these ancient sites as you learn the stories behind the ruins. The tour will finish at around 7:00 PM, with drop-off at the Plaza Regocijo in the center of Cusco. 

From Cusco: City Tour Cusco Tambomachay and Sacsayhuaman

From Cusco: City Tour Cusco Tambomachay and Sacsayhuaman

Pick-up at your hotel. Morning shift at 8:30 am and afternoon shift at 12:30 pm. Please message us on WhatsApp to provide the name of your hotel; otherwise, select the designated pick-up point. Embark on an enchanting journey through the heart of the Andes with our exclusive Cusco City Tour, offering an immersive exploration of the city's historical and cultural wonders. Discover the hidden gems of Cusco's historic center as you wander along cobblestone streets adorned with colonial architecture and bustling markets. Ascend to the awe-inspiring Sacsayhuamán fortress, where the ancient echoes of Inca civilization resonate amidst breathtaking vistas of the city below. Experience the serenity of Tambomachay, a sanctuary of natural beauty and ancient wisdom, with its mesmerizing water features and tranquil surroundings. Unravel the mysteries of Q'enqo and Puca Pucara, ancient archaeological sites steeped in legend and intrigue, offering a glimpse into Cusco's rich past. Conclude your journey at the majestic Cusco Cathedral, standing proudly in Plaza de Armas, where history and culture converge in a truly unforgettable experience. This isn't just a tour; it's a unique voyage through time and tradition, curated exclusively for you.

Cusco's Street and San Pedro Market Walking Adventure

Cusco's Street and San Pedro Market Walking Adventure

Our story begins in the Plaza de Armas, the city's pulsing heart. Sunlight dances on the golden facade of the Cusco Cathedral, a masterpiece blending Inca and Spanish influences. Gaze at the intricately carved balconies adorning colonial buildings, each whispering tales of conquistadors and emperors. Feel the energy of locals bustling amidst colorful stalls bursting with Andean handicrafts. From the square, we weave through charming alleyways, stepping into the hushed courtyard of Cusikancha. In this former Inca palace, vibrant murals whisper forgotten myths, and ancient trees reach skyward, silently bearing witness to centuries of history. Here, we savor our first taste of Peru – rich, complex chocolates handcrafted with native ingredients like lucuma and quinoa. Each bite unveils a unique layer of flavor, a testament to the land's bounty. Our path leads past the iconic Twelve Angles Stone, a mesmerizing Inca marvel seamlessly fused into a colonial wall. Its flawless, twelve-sided surface speaks of an engineering prowess that still mystifies today. A local storyteller might regale us with tales of this enigmatic object, adding a touch of magic to the air. Emerging from the narrow streets, we enter the vibrant San Blas neighborhood. Cobblestone lanes wind past artisan workshops, their windows showcasing colorful textiles, gleaming pottery, and intricate wooden carvings. The air hums with the gentle clatter of looms and the rhythmic tap of hammers, a symphony of creativity echoing through the ages. Leaving the hustle behind, we reach the impressive Sapantiana aqueduct. This ancient watercourse snakes through the city, its arches defying gravity and time. Soak in the panorama of red-tiled roofs stretching out below, a vibrant patchwork against the emerald hills. Now, we take a detour down the nicest street in Cusco, a haven of colonial charm. Bougainvillea spills from flower boxes, casting kaleidoscopic shadows on cobbled lanes. Finally, we ascend to the San Cristobal viewpoint, where Cusco sprawls below in all its glory. The setting sun paints the city in hues of gold and rose, casting long shadows from ancient spires. Then in a moment of breathtaking beauty, we raise a glass of Pisco Sour, the national cocktail of Peru. Its tangy blend of pisco, lime, egg white, and sugar is a refreshing culmination of our sensory journey. But this is not just an ending, it's a beginning. Each taste, each sight, each story whispers an invitation to delve deeper into Cusco's magic. With Street Adventures, you haven't just seen the city – you've felt its pulse, savored its essence, and become a part of its captivating narrative. Join us and let Cusco weave its spell on you. This is more than a tour – it's an adventure for your senses, a journey to the heart of Peru, and a memory that will forever shimmer like Andean sunshine. So, lace up your walking shoes, open your heart, and prepare to be amazed. Your Street Adventure awaits!

Cusco: Private City Tour and Saksaywaman Visit with Transfer

Cusco: Private City Tour and Saksaywaman Visit with Transfer

This private tour will give you the best introduction to Cusco and Perú, we will show up at your hotel or acomodation at the time you will select, then our expert guide & driver will take you to Sacsayhuaman. Sacsayhuaman is the most important archeologyal sites Surronding Cusco city, this is a very good example of inca architecture and egeniering. then you will go with the van to the temple of the water, tambomachay, very impresive water fountains, Near This temple we also have a ancient inca forttress called Puca Pukara, we will also explore this ancient fortress. On our wat back to the city, we will explore Q'enqo, a templo for the Puma and also will see how the incas use to momify to theyr people. Once we return to the cusco city, we will explore the Cusco Cathedral that holds more than 2000 kilos of silver and more than 1500 kilos of gold with lots of espectaculars paintings from colonial times. Finally we will visit the Sun temple "Koricancha", located only 2 blocks away from Cusco main square. All this will be with our expert team .

City Tour Cusco

City Tour Cusco

Nos alejaremos de la ciudad para visitar Sacsayhuamán, una impresionante fortaleza ceremonial llena de colosales construcciones rodeada de hermosos paisajes en total comunión con el entorno. Recorreremos los tres niveles de esta mágico lugar, descubriendo en la parte alta, las bases de los grandes torreones que épocas incas dominaban el Cusco. Un viajero con experiencia descubre lo que para el turista es desapercibido. Continuaremos nuestra visita al adoratorio incaico de Q'enqo, antiguo templo del Puma que alberga un altar para sacrificios en el interior de la Pachamama. Nuestra siguiente parada será Tambomachay, monumento de notable excelencia arquitectónica, considerado uno de los pilares de la cosmovisión andina. Observaremos las fuentes de agua de manantial que aún irrigan campos y terrazas de la ciudad. Por último ingresaremos a la atalaya de Puca Pucará, estratégico lugar que domina el valle y la ciudad imperial.

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(95 reviews)

Excellent tour, and excellent service from our guide Paul, very good explanations of each place we visited, the tour very well structured and the agency very punctual at the pick-up time. It is completely worth entering the cathedral at the end of the tour. We would have liked to have had a little more time in some of the places we visited, but it was a great experience.

Our guide Paul was awesome. Super knowledgeable and spoke English very well. He answered every question and constantly suggested and took great pictures of our group at different sites. The pick and transportation went smoothly, the mini bus was roomy and comfortable. Well worth it to book ahead of time and make sure your tours are covered.

The tour was very well paced. Our guide Erick was knowledgeable and funny. I wish there had been clearer communication as to identifying the tour leader as there were many tour group providers starting from the same plaza.

The tour was excellent. Our tour guide JC was very knowledgeable and so passionate about Cusco history and Inca culture that it took the experience to another level. Highly recommend!

Paul was an excellent guide! We learned a lot about the sites around Cusco.