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Walking Tour Cusco

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Activity Schedule

  • When does it run?

    Daily

  • Duration

    3.5 HOURS

  • Start time

    • Start time: 08:30, Finish time: 12:00

  • Meeting Point
    Meeting Point:
    • Plaza De Armas
    Cuzco, Peru, 08000
  • Ending Point

Key Highlights

  • Admire Colonial architecture and Incan structures
  • Admire Colonial architecture and Incan ruins
  • Learn about Cusco's rich history as you explore the city
  • Browse the colourful stalls at the San Pedro Market and stroll around the San Blas neighbourhood

Overview

Highlights
See some of its top attractions, including San Blas Church.
Visit San Pedro local market, a pantry of thousands of products from different parts of the region.
Admire the Twelve angled stone, famous for the perfect assembly of its 12 corners and sides.
Relax in the main square of Cusco, surrounded by the Cathedral, La Compañía de Jesus, shops and restaurants.*Visit Plaza Regocijo whose name comes from the Quechua word Cusipata or ""patio of joy"" because public celebrations such as bullfights were held here

Head out on a morning tour to stretch your legs. The San Blas quarter was originally used as dwellings for the Inca nobles, who built impressive stone constructions a short distance from what used to be Huacaypata, currently the Main Square. One can still discern the unmistakable rigor of the Inca walls at the base of many constructions.

Today the quarter is a conglomerate of charming cobblestoned streets highly popular among craftspeople, who sell their works on the street. See some of its top attractions, including San Blas Church, a temple that houses a priceless pulpit with carvings performed by a masterly indigenous woodcarver.

Finish the tour by visiting the San Pedro market, a pantry of thousands of products from different parts of the region. After that, return to Cusco main square."


Languages
English / Spanish.

Inclusions

  • Guide
  • Tourguide

Exclusions

  • Drinks
  • Meal
  • Tickets

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