Although challenging if you haven't acclimatized yet, it is worth a trip to see the ruins. Read info before going to get more out of it.
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We had an excursion to Sacsayhuaman to view the remains of what must have been an astonishing citadel and with an impressive view down onto Cuzco itself. There isn't a great deal of the building works left to view, although there's enough left of the...More
From the Plaza, I followed my google GPS and end up at the lower entrance. I have my 10day Boleto Turistico with me, showed the guard but he wants to be sure it was me, so he asked for my passport which I showed him...More
A easy walk. Don't have to climb to the top but the views are worth it. Hard to believe all hand cut and moved without oxen or horses. Glad it has been restored to at least the current condition.
Its half hour walking from de center or plaza mayor, and it has amazing views of cusco , is a nice way to start a short stay in cusco , its better to pays a guide , is not too expensive .
Fun place to see. We took a tour and it was cheap but very informative. I'd recommend doing the llamas the same day
A very interesting place with a lot of ingenious Incan engineering. Conveniently located in Cusco, it's a must see but you only need about 1-2 hours here. We had a guide who brought it to life, without a guide it would be difficult to grasp...More
This was part of a city tour in our Gate1 package. After having seen Ollantaytambo, Pisac, and Machu Pichu, this was a little less impressive. It is still an interesting site to visit and there is a vista on the back side that lets you...More