Cusco Markets and Ruins Small Group Tour
From the bustling San Pedro market, you'll be taken to the nearby serene Inca ruins.You'll get to to visit the impressive fortress of Sacsayhuaman. This fortress hosts walls up to 400m long made out of boulders weighing from 128 - 200 tonnes. Your tour will continue to take you to various other Inca ruins including Qenko, a major Inca ceremonial and ritual ground. After visiting Sacsayhuaman, you'll return to Cusco by walking approximately 30 minutes back to Plaza Regocijo.
Don't forget to visit this 'World Heritage Site' when traveling through Peru. Cusco Markets and Ruins Tour is a great introduction to the Inca cultures and the Spanish colonial history of Cusco.
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- Professional guide
- Transport by public transit
- Entrance fees
- Snacks (bread, local cheese, olives and nuts)
- Gratuities (optional)
- Hotel pickup and drop off
- Confirmation will be received at time of booking
- Maximum group size is 12 people
Reviewed by: Bogdan O, November 2014
Awesome tour! Thank you! -Bo
Reviewed by: Susanna B, June 2014
I always think that doing a city tour is a great way of getting to know the area, history, and culture of the local people. This tour did not disappoint and my husband and I were the only people on it. The guide Geovana was very knowledgeable and spoke good English. Without her we would have missed so much. She told us about the local history and pointed out different things. We visited the San Pedro market which was bustling with people where local produce and goods could be bought. Our guide bought us fruit that we hadn't eaten before to be eaten later on a hilltop of the Statue of the White Christ overlooking Cusco and they tasted excellent. Then a trip to the local archaeological sites of Saqsayhuaman and Qenko which was very educational. They only thing I would say was that a more precise meeting point should have been arranged as we nearly missed the guide. A tour not to be missed