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Stroll with a small group from the Plaza de Armas to San Blas, an area of Cusco known for its locally produced artisan goods. After your exploration of the bohemian streets, follow your guide to a neighborhood bar...read more
Cuzco is the Historic Capital of Peru, one of the most important cities for tourism and its wonderful tourist attractions located in the city.Enjoy during the tour of the view of the Peruvian Andes and the capital...read more
To truly experience a city, you must deep dive into its culture, and there's no better cultural tradition to explore in Cusco than its Inca influences. On this private tour, get a cultural awakening as you learn...read more
Visit the ancient capital of the Incas on a 4-hour hike through historic Inca and Spanish streets. The picturesque neighborhood of San Blas (area of artisans who delight us with their colonial works in carvings,...read more
Discover & enjoy the best of the imperial city of Cusco by night in this alternative "Pub Crawl". Be amazed by the most creative cocktails, taste the most local snacks and be surprised by the sights and authentic...read more
Today you will know the wonderful city of Cusco on a walking tour. Start in the Main Square, where the church of Compañía de Jesus and the Cathedral are located. The tour continues to San Blas, passing through the...read more
Your tour will begin in Coricancha also known as the Temple of the Sun, the construction of which was ordered by Inca Pachacútec (1438-1471) and was used as base for the construction of the Santo Domingo Convent...read more