The city of the Puma tour - Full day
You will tour Cusco city (11, 000 ft), first on foot around The bohemian neighborhood of San Blas and wandering through the Inca-era and colonial-era streets. Then you will visit the most sacred places in Cusco city: the temple of Sun called Coricancha and the marvelous catholic build of The Cathedral. Then we go through the main square to visit the local market of San Pedro. Later by car you will visit the megalithic Inca temple of Sacsayhuaman (12, 140 ft)and 3 important archaeological sites like Tambomachay, Qenqo and Pucapucara. You will return back to Cusco late in the afternoon by car to your Hotel.
City tour Cusco
8. 30 hrs: Pick up from your Hotel.
Guided Visit on The Main Square, typical streets, Coricancha & The Cathedral.
Walking tour and free time in your own.
13. 00 hrs: Lunch (Not included). Your guide will give different options according to your likes and preferences.
14. 30 hrs: Drive up to Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Tambomachay and Pucapucara. Walking tour guided visits and time in your own.
17. 00 hrs: Drop off at your hotel.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 8 hours
The firsT 3 hours is a walking tour (Coricancha & Cusco's Cathedral) then later by van Hynday H1 year 2010 - 2011 or Executive car (Sacsayhuaman & Tambomachay).
2 Persons: Toyota Corolla
3 or more: Van H1 Hyundai
Estimated Local Cash Needed
25 USD - Entrance fee for Coricancha temple: US$ 5
Entrance fee for the Cathedral: US$ 10
NOTE: I've not considered the BTG or the tourist general ticket to visit Sacsayhuaman, Tambomachay, Qenqo and Pucapucara cause you have to buy it upon your arrival to Cusco. The BTG allows you visit more than 15 attractives in Cusco within 10 days.The cost is: US$ 50.00 per person.
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Touring Cusco with Raul was an incredible experience. I have never met a tour guide that had so much knowledge and passion about history, especially regarding the Andean region. He is a local that deeply understands the culture and sees history from a very objective perspective, rather than what the history books teach us. If you are ever in Cusco do not think twice about doing a tour with Raul.