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Cusco City Tour

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City Tour

Trip Overview

  • Fixed Departures: Every day
  • Group size: 10  – 26 people
  • Price per person : US$ 30.00

Note: To book this tour as a private service contact us.

Itinerary

We start the pick up at the different hotels from 8:30 am to 9:00 am, then we depart from Cusco in our bus to Pisaq, where we will enjoy and walk around the handicraft market ( only Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Sundays) and the Pisaq Archaeological site, then have lunch in a pleasant restaurant in Urubamba. After that continue to Ollantaytambo, and visit the amazing archaeological site, with its terraces and giant stones, finally on the way back to Cusco, we will stop in Chinchero, visit its archaeological site and if it’s Sunday, its traditional market. We arrive in Cusco at around 7:00 pm.

Trip Details

Included:

  • Professional guide
  • Round trip transportation
  • Cathedral and Qoricancha entrance fee

Not Included / aditionals:

  • Tourist pass

USEFUL INFORMATION

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