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Exploring Cusco City And machu picchu 3D

Cusco Tourist Information.

The history of the Incas begins in the City of the Incas, where the main square is located. Let yourself be carried away by a narrative that immerses you beyond your imagination.
  • Inca History: Cusco, located in the southeastern part of Peru, was the capital of the Inca Empire. Founded in the 11th century, it served as the political, cultural, and religious center of the empire.
  • Inca Architecture: Cusco boasts numerous Inca archaeological sites, with Sacsayhuamán being the most famous. This fortress features massive stone blocks fitted together with remarkable precision, showcasing the architectural prowess of the Incas.
  • Colonial Influence: After the Spanish conquest in the 16th century, the Spanish built churches, cathedrals, and colonial structures atop Inca foundations. The Cathedral of Cusco and the Church of the Society of Jesus are prominent examples of colonial architecture.
  • Plaza de Armas: The central square is the heart of Cusco, surrounded by colonial buildings. In its center stands the statue of Inca Pachacútec
  • Tourism Hub: Cusco is a major tourist destination, serving as a gateway to the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, reachable by train from Cusco.
  • Local Cuisine: Explore Cusco’s culinary scene, which includes a blend of Inca and Spanish influences. Try traditional dishes like ceviche, alpaca meat, and quinoa-based specialties.
  • Adventure Activities: Beyond historical sites, Cusco offers adventure activities such as hiking, trekking, and exploring the Sacred Valley.
Cusco’s vibrant atmosphere, rich history, and unique blend of Inca and colonial influences make it a captivating destination for travelers seeking cultural immersion and breathtaking landscapes

Briefing To Cusco Tour

As your exciting journey to Cusco and the Sacred Valley, including Machu Picchu, is just one day away, we want to provide you with important details to help you better prepare for an amazing experience. This information is designed to guide you through each leg of our tour, offering insights into what to expect and how to make the most of every moment. We hope this serves as a helpful orientation for each participant in our upcoming adventure. If you have any questions or require further assistance, please don’t hesitate to reach out. We’re committed to ensuring your trip is not only memorable but also stress-free. Safe travels and we look forward to embarking on this incredible journey with you!


Day 1: City Tour Cusco – History Day.

Our city tour is one of the finest experiences in Cusco, where we explore archaeological sites, temples, and Inca palaces. This comprehensive tour is considered the best way to discover the city, combining historical insights with the application of extensive knowledge to provide a unique experience for our clients, especially those visiting Cusco for the first time. Immerse yourself in the rich history and culture of the city as we guide you through its remarkable archaeological treasures. Our goal is to ensure that each visitor receives a memorable and unparalleled introduction to the enchanting city of Cusco.
  • Explore Plaza de Armas: Start your tour in the heart of Cusco. Plaza de Armas is surrounded by colonial buildings, including the Cathedral of Cusco and the Church of the Society of Jesus. Take in the atmosphere, watch street performers, and visit local shops.
  • Cathedral of Cusco: Visit the Cusco Cathedral, a stunning example of colonial architecture. Explore its interior, filled with religious art and artifacts.
  • Qorikancha (Temple of the Sun): Explore the ruins of Qorikancha, an Inca temple that the Spanish later converted into the Santo Domingo Church. Marvel at the impressive Inca stonework and learn about the history of this sacred site.
  • Sacsayhuamán: Head to the outskirts of Cusco to visit Sacsayhuamán, an impressive Inca fortress with massive stone walls. Enjoy panoramic views of Cusco and the surrounding mountains.
  • San Pedro Market: Immerse yourself in the local culture by visiting the San Pedro Market. Experience the vibrant colors, aromas, and flavors of Peruvian produce, handicrafts, and street food.
  • Walk through San Blas: Explore the bohemian neighborhood of San Blas, known for its narrow cobblestone streets, artisan workshops, and charming cafes. Don’t miss the San Blas Church.
  • Museums: Visit one of Cusco’s museums to delve deeper into the region’s history and culture. The Pre-Columbian Art Museum and the Inca Museum are popular choices.
  • Try Local Cuisine: Sample Peruvian dishes at one of Cusco’s many restaurants. Taste traditional foods like ceviche, lomo saltado, and rocoto relleno.
  • Attend a Cultural Show: In the evening, consider attending a traditional dance or folklore show to experience Peruvian music and dance.
  • Visit a Chocolate Museum: Learn about the chocolate-making process and indulge in delicious chocolate treats at the ChocoMuseo.
Remember to acclimate to the high altitude gradually, stay hydrated, and take it easy, especially on your first day in Cusco. Enjoy your city tour!

Day 2: Sacred Valley Of The Incas – Chinchero.

Chinchero is a quaint village nestled in the Sacred Valley of the Incas, near Cusco, Peru. With a history steeped in significance, it stands out as a vital agricultural center during the Inca era. Below are some noteworthy features that make Chinchero a captivating destination.
  • Visit Chinchero Market: Chinchero is renowned for its market, where you can find local textiles and crafts. Locals often display and sell their products, including traditional weavings.
  • Explore Chinchero Archaeological Site: Chinchero houses an archaeological site with Inca agricultural terraces and ruins. Enjoy panoramic views of the Sacred Valley from this historic location.
  • Chinchero Colonial Church: The Chinchero church, built on Inca foundations, is an example of the fusion of Inca and colonial architecture. Explore its interior adorned with colonial paintings.
  • Moray: A short drive from Chinchero, you’ll find the circular terraces of Moray. These Inca structures were used for agricultural purposes and are architecturally impressive.
  • Maras: Near Chinchero, you’ll discover the Maras salt mines. These terrace salt pans have been in use since Inca times and provide a unique sight.
  • Ollantaytambo: Take the opportunity to visit Ollantaytambo, another significant archaeological site in the Sacred Valley. Explore the ancient ruins and enjoy the charm of the town.
  • Local Cuisine: Sample local food in Chinchero and its surroundings. Local restaurants offer traditional Peruvian dishes with fresh, regional ingredients.
Remember that the Sacred Valley provides a wealth of activities, and you can tailor your visit based on your preferences. The natural beauty and cultural richness make Chinchero and its surroundings a fascinating destination in your journey through the region.

Day 3: Machu Picchu Guiding Tour.

Embark on a Spectacular Machu Picchu Adventure: Begin your journey with a scenic train ride to the charming town of Machu Picchu, also known as Aguas Calientes. The train journey is not just a means of transportation; it’s an immersive experience that condenses the travel time to a mere fraction, ensuring you reach your destination swiftly. Upon arrival in Machu Picchu town, the gateway to the legendary Machu Picchu, your next leg of the journey involves a bus ascent to the majestic Machu Picchu mountain. Here, nestled among the Andean peaks, lies the awe-inspiring stone city—the treasure of the Andes, the ruins of Machu Picchu. Prepare for a guided exploration lasting three hours, led by a knowledgeable guide who will serve as your primary companion throughout this captivating journey. The guide will expertly navigate you through the key landmarks of the Inca city, offering insights into its rich history. The tour encompasses both Circuit 1 and 2, providing you with panoramic views of Machu Picchu from the highest vantage points, capturing the essence of this ancient Incan marvel. Following the classic photo opportunities, you’ll descend to explore the entire stone city in more detail.



included In Your Trip To Cusco History

  • Tour guide who speak inglish and spanish
  • Transporation To every day tour
  • Entrances ticket to incan sites cusco
  • Machupicchu tickets
  • Train transportation two ways
  • Train tickets
  • Machu picchu bus tickets

What To Brieng To Enjoy The Trip

  • Original passport
  • Water to every day
  • Sunscreen
  • Sun hat
  • Camera
  • Mosquito repellent
  • Your own medication
  • Daypack




Not Include

Not Inclued in Your Tour To Cusco

  • Hiking poles
  • Water
  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Dinner
  • Hotels




This tour is especially designed for individuals who prefer to travel to Machu Picchu by car and train. It is a straightforward journey entirely by transportation, making it an easy and convenient option. Additionally, the pricing is affordable. We look forward to providing you with a seamless and enjoyable experience. Join us for a hassle-free exploration of the wonders that Machu Picchu has to offer!
  • The Price Is Per Person:
Per Person $ 450 USD
  • This tour is conducted with a minimum of two people, forming a group for a shared experience. In the event that there is only one person interested, it will be treated as a private tour, and the pricing will be subject to an increase. We strive to offer a communal setting for our tours, but understand the need for flexibility in accommodating solo travelers. The private option ensures an exclusive and tailored experience, reflecting the adjusted pricing structure. We aim to provide the best possible service for both group and individual preferences. Feel free to reach out for further details or to customize your tour experience.»

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