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Tourist Ticket Cusco

It is necessary that you know more about the tourist ticket and takes advantage of it to visit as much as possible the sites that allow you to enter the most representative places of the city. This ticket or entrance ticket allows the traveler to visit 14 tourist places. If you travel alone or with friends on your own without hiring the services of a travel agency this information will be very useful for you. With this ticket you can save money by visiting each site independently, there are three circuits or types of tickets: 

General Tourist Ticket

This ticket lasts 10 days, the cost for foreign visitors costs 130 soles, for national visitors the cost is 70 soles. Visitors who have their current ISIC student card from 18 years to 25 age have a discount, for foreign students, the cost is 70 soles and for national students is 40 soles. As for children pay after 10 years showing their identity document at the entrance of each site. The student discount is only for the general ticket that includes circuits 1, 2 and 3, that is, they include or allow you to visit 14 tourist sites: Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Pukapukara, Tambomachay, Qoricancha site museum, Regional Historical Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art, Monument of Pachacuteq, Archaeological Site of Tipon, Archaeological Site of Piquillacta, Ollantaytambo, Pisaq, Chinchero and Moray.

Ticket Example

Incluye

GENERAL TICKET
Valid 10 days S/. 130.00

STUDENT TICKET
Valid 10 days S/. 70.00

Circuit I:
Archaeological Park of Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Pukapukara, Tambomachay.

Circuit II:
Qoricancha Museum, Regional Historical Museum, Contemporary Art Museum, Pachacuteq Monument, Archaeological Park of Tipon and Piquillacta Archaeological Park.

Circuit III:
Archaeological Park of Ollantaytambo, Archaeological Park of Pisaq, Archaeological Park of Chinchero and Archaeological Park of Moray.

Tourist Ticket Circuit I. - This ticket is valid for one day and includes or allows you to visit 4 tourist sites: Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Pukapukara, and Tambomachay.

Ticket Example

It includes

PARTIAL TICKET
Valid 1-day S /. 70.00 Foreigner
S /. 40.00 National

Circuit I:
Archaeological Park of Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Pukapukara, Tambomachay.

Tourist Ticket Circuit II. - This ticket has a validity of two days, the cost for foreign visitors costs 70 soles, for national visitors the cost is 40 soles. There are no discounts for students on this type of ticket. The ticket includes or allows you to visit 6 tourist sites: Qoricancha Site Museum, Regional Historical Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art, Pachacuteq Monument, Archaeological Site of Tipon, and Piquillacta Archaeological Site.

Ticket Example

It includes

PARTIAL TICKET
Valid 2-day S /. 70.00 Foreigner
S /. 40.00 National

Circuit II:
Qoricancha Museum, Regional Historical Museum, Contemporary Art Museum, Pachacuteq Monument, Archaeological Park of Tipon and Piquillacta Archaeological Park.

Touristicticket Circuit III. - This ticket has a validity of two days, the cost for foreign visitors costs 70 soles, for national visitors the cost is 40 soles. There are no discounts for students on this type of ticket. The ticket includes or allows you to visit 4 tourist sites: Archeological Site of Ollantaytambo, Archaeological Park of Pisaq, Chinchero and Archaeological Park of Moray. If you take this option to buy this ticket, it is advisable to visit the salt mines of Maras, which is close to the Archaeological Park of Moray. The cost of admission to the salt mines of Maras is 10 soles.

Ticket Example

It includes

BOLETO PARCIAL
Valid 1-day S /. 70.00 Foreigner
                     S /. 40.00 National

Circuit III:
Archaeological Park of Ollantaytambo, Archaeological Park of Pisaq, Archaeological Park of Chinchero and Archaeological Park of Moray.

Recommendations

- Buy your tourist ticket directly from the offices of COSITUC located on Av. El Sol N ° 103 since on the web you will find a number of resellers that do not guarantee your entrance by offering admission to 16 sites.
- The tourist ticket does not include the entrance to the Salineras de Maras, it is advisable to visit it together with Moray.
- This ticket does not allow entry to Machu Picchu, to enter the citadel requires a separate entrance and you have to reserve days in advance through the web: machupicchu.gob.pe
- You should know that each time you use the tourist ticket at the entrance of each place you will be stung in the photo to the corresponding place.
- Make the most of the time and enjoy your trip.

Important Note: Tourist tickets can be purchased at the offices of COSITUC located in the same Municipality of Cusco on Av. El Sol N ° 103, the service is Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 17:30 p.m., and on Saturdays from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. It is important to know that these tickets are not sold out. You can buy them the same day you plan to visit if you wish, presenting your ID or passport.

What to visit in Cusco City

Inti Raymi or Fiesta del Sol

The Inti Raymi or Sun Festival was one of the most important celebrations of the Inca period that was held for the beginning of the winter solstice where the sun god was worshiped, this celebration implied certain rituals of the sacrifice of animals, dances, offerings, music, and banquets. This celebration meant a lot for the Incas since this day the sun was reborn to start the new annual cycle, according to some chroniclers the celebration lasted 15 days. Also, according to the interpretations of some chroniclers and historians in the month of June or Jawkay Kuskiy Killa, the sun went away little by little and the cold increased, during this season the waters frosted the day was shorter and the nights froze longer. That is why certain offerings were made by the Incas towards Wawa Inti, Apu Punchao or Punchay with total dedication, submission and a lot of respect and thus the Apu Punchao can return. This celebration was of great importance during the Inca period and the Inca Pachacuteq ordered to build the temple of the Qoricancha or temple of the sun to venerate the Apu inti or sun in whose tribute the Inti Raymi or Fiesta del Sol was also celebrated until now is celebrated with great excitement and splendor. The winter solstice begins every June 21th, but the Andean calendar is customary to celebrate every June 24th of each year. At present, the inhabitants continue to represent this festivity with the same passion as the Incas. Each year the celebration of the Inti Raymi is performed, full of offerings, dances, music and live culture in which the inhabitants of the city participate.

The staging begins at the front of the Qoricancha temple or temple of the sun, here many tourists are located in strategic places to appreciate. At 8:30 am, the ceremony will begin here, the Inca will greet the inti or sun along with the delegation of priests, nobles, representatives of panacas, ñustas, coya, pallas and dancers who accompany him in this celebration.

Then they will move to the Plaza de Armas to continue with the greeting to the population and the Apu Inti after 45 minutes all the employees of the celebration and spectators move to the esplanade of Sacsayhuaman to the north of the city. It is here where the full celebration will take place that will last more than 2 ½ hours. You will be able to appreciate the entrance of the four of you, the greetings to the inti, the sacrifices, offerings, and dances of the different ones. You will be amazed at this unique show full of music and dance with almost sixty years of tradition, the Inti Raymi is now part of the culture of the Cusqueños people. Not only is it a central act of the jubilee month of the city, but its fame has transcended the borders of Perú. To attend this wonderful and unique Inca show of Inti Raymi contact our travel agent and see more about this package.

Recommendations to Inti Raymi or Fiesta del Sol:

- Book in advance the service of this festivity with the travel agencies to have a quota and a seat already reserved in the Sacsayhuaman esplanade.
- To see the full show, you must locate it in a strategic place. When you arrive at the Qoricancha you can rent a bench to be able to see. For the number of people who attend the place will be a bit saturated.
- Take with your water to hydrate yourself, fruits, sandwiches, chocolates, a cap for heat, sunglasses, and sunscreen. For greater enjoyment it is better to hire the Inti Raymi service with the Box Lunch included so the traveler does not worry about anything.
- Wear comfortable clothes for walking and carry a warm jacket in your backpack for the afternoon, the temperature in the afternoon usually goes down.
- In case you want to buy a souvenir or for an unforeseen expense bring cash - local currency.
- For the number of people attending this incredible event, stay alert with your items, your pockets, backpacks or purses. Remember that your comfort, enjoyment, and safety are our mission.

Cathedral of Cusco

Also known as the Basilica of the Virgin of the Assumption and together with the chapel of the SagradaFamilia and El Triunfo make up the main temple of the city "La Catedral". This is located in the main square of the city and was built on the foundations of what was the palace of Suntur Wasi or the enclosure of the Inca Wiracocha. Upon the arrival of the Spaniards, they requested the creation of the Bishopric in the city, so that in charge of Fray Vicente the construction of the temple begins. Due to the sites that did not define their construction took 100 years. Its architecture is in the form of a Latin cross and with Renaissance styles. Inside the Cathedral, valuable canvases of the “Escuela Cusqueña”, and gold and silver jewelry are housed. Its architecture also has a rectangular shape and has three naves the epistle, gospel, and the central nave. The main altar is made of silver and the Sacristy is made up of forty canvases of which were the archbishops of the city of Cusco. Its cover has the baroque style and monumental towers sides with its bell towers. Beside it are two auxiliary chapels, on the right side the chapel El Triunfo, its construction began in 1538 and built with andesite stone the plant resembles a Greek cross, the dome is raised in the center of the chapel formed by four pillars to hold the arches of the medium that supports the structure of the central dome this masterpiece is completed in 1664. The chapel of Triunfo is adduced to themes associated with the conquest of the final victory of the Spanish against the troops of the Inca Manco Inca where it is said that they received a miracle from the virgin. Its main altar is made of stone on the top of it in a niche is the "Cross of the Conquest" where the ashes of the Inca Garcilaso de la Vega rest some of the most considered chroniclers of our history. And on the left, the SagradaFamilia was built by the mission of Bishop Gabriel de Arregui in 1723 but years later the architect of the work died and construction was reinitiated in the year 1733. This chapel houses an extraordinary cedar altarpiece Baroque style, carved and decorated with very old canvases. By the year 1745, the Marques San Lorenzo donated a silver front and bland ones to decorate the chapel so it looks more beautiful. The canvases found here, such as the Eucharist, Penance, and Baptism, were made by the noble Antonio Sinchi Roca. By the year 1996 with the support of the European Union and the Archbishop of the city of Cuzco, the chapel was rehabilitated the poor state in which it was since it was closed for 30 years.

Schedule of Entrance: Monday to Sunday: 10:00 a.m. - 18:00 p.m.

Qoricancha

The Qoricancha is located in the middle of the city of Cusco, its name comes from the Quechua language meaning golden temple or golden temple. According to some chroniclers and historians, the complex was built during the Inca Wiracocha period and later embellished by the Inca Pachacuteq. This is considered one of the most important places around the Inca empire was decorated with statues of golden animals the real size of a person. Thus it resembled sun with rays that gave the shine to all directions according to mythology these rays were lines or droughts, physical and cosmic paths that led to more than 300 sacred sites of the entire Inca civilization. Through the interior of the complex, you can see the fine stone walls and large blocks of rocks which fit perfectly with each other without any mortar and so no pin can pass between the junction of rocks. On the outside, you can see from a distance a large curved wall of regular masonry. All the walls were covered with gold, the interiors and exteriors of each enclosure were even said to be decorated with emeralds. This is how the name - Templo del Sol, also resembles what it was in the past, reflecting the richness of each enclosure that made it up in terms of its decoration. Already at the arrival of the Spaniards plundered and later it was donated to the Dominicans for the construction of the church together with a convent of Santo Domingo that to date to an endures. This complex survived the conquest and you can see that in the Inca construction inside and by was the church. Within the Qoricancha we can find a temple dedicated to different deities of the Andean Cosmo vision.

  1. Temple of the Sun, in this enclosure the representation of the god Wiracocha was found, some mummies that accompanied it and it was guarded by priestesses and mamaconas. Like other constructions within the complex, the wall does not show any type of material for the union of the rocks. And so there is no space between the rocks where you can appreciate the knowledge of the Incas by the perfect mold of the rocks.
  2. Sacrificial Room, is next to the temple of the Rainbow or Kuychi inside this enclosure you can see a rock in the form of a table and below there are three holes that could serve as drainage of blood or chicha. For this reason, the sacrificial room is attributed to him because probably within this enclosure sacrifices were made to worship the Pachamama or other deities.
  3. Temple of the Stars, the Incas believed that the stars were similes of animals or people of the earth. It is in this temple where the cult of the stars and the moon was performed. Explain the chroniclers and historians that according to the Incas they believed that every animal and person on earth had a similar one in heaven. In this temple, you can also see a ceremonial niche where you can see skeletal remains of auquénidos. This niche is related to the Inti or sun during the winter solstice.
  4. Temple of the Rainbow or Kuychi, some chroniclers mention that on a plate was painted the rainbow with its seven colors, part of this temple had to be mutilated to continue the construction of the church of Santo Domingo.
  5. Temple of Lightning or Illapa, has three doors for access to it was assigned to the cult of lightning, lightning or thunder. It is here that sacrifices were also offered, as well as windows or niches on each wall of the temple.
  6. The Sacred Garden and the Fountains, the historians tell us that these gardens were decorated with statues of animals of the size of a person all of gold. In addition, they were adorned with different species of flora, until now the fountains and water channels are conserved. During the festival of the sun god or Inti, the pilgrims who came to the city brought with them some offerings, gifts of gold and silver that were received in these gardens.
  7. Ceremonial Fountain, worked by hand in stone has an octagonal shape and the base is quadrangular, the function that used to deposit water, some assign that chicha was poured there as an offering to the god Inti.

Schedule of Entrance: Monday to Saturday: 08:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Sunday: 2:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

4 Ruins Cusco

Sacsayhuaman. - Its name comes from the Quechua language meaning Alcon satiated or full. It is an incredible and amazing construction according to some chroniclers it is said that for its construction it was needed 20,000 men and it was built during the government of the Inca Pachacuteq and it was continued until the period of the Inca TúpacYupanqui. The rocks were extracted from the Huacoto and Rumicolca quarries. Historians assigned them to the walls as military purposes where they confronted the warriors and then transformed them into a large religious center due to the presence of a great Temple of the Sun. But in the conquest of the Spanish, it served more like a fortress to defend the city. Within Sacsayhuaman, there were also large food stores and weapons and water channels. The walls make up immense stone blocks that reach 9 meters high, 5 meters wide and 4 meters thick. In addition, you can also see the perfect union of rocks spliced ​​with each other, there is not a pin. Among the most representative sites within the esplanade of the Sacsayhuaman you will find stairs that give access to the upper part of the bastions. The Inca throne is said that from this point the Inca gave orders and rules the celebrations to the stars or gods of the Worldview Andean Between his sites we will find the sectors of rodadero. Warmi Kajchana, Bath of the Inca, Amphitheatres, Throne of the Inca and the turrets. Sacsayhuaman was the scenography of important events that mark the history of this place. Currently, on the June 2nd, the winter solstice begins and it is for this reason that in the main esplanade the festival of the Inti Raymi or Fiesta del Sol is celebrated.

Schedule of Entrance: Monday to Sunday: 07:00 am - 18:00 pm. (Included in Tourist Ticket).

Qenqo. - This site is located 4 kilometers from the main square of the city of Cusco. Its name is of Quechua origin meaning labyrinth since in this place you can find galleries under the earth and the zigzag channels carved into the rocks. This place has a kinship to an amphitheater and it is said that this is where they worshiped the Pachamama or Mother Earth. Due to its semicircular construction that is why it could be a ceremonial center, the royal tomb of the Inca Pachacuteq or a court. Among the most typical enclosures we will find:

  1. The Amphitheater, that according to the historians was used to celebrate public ceremonies, has hornacinas along the wall and some niches have a kinship to seats for entities that they adored. This is where a 6-meter-high block of rock is located on a rectangular platform. This huge rock resembles a zoomorphic sculpture and bad formation is due to the destruction caused by the extirpators of idolatries during the colony.
  2. The Sala de Sacrificios, this room keeps secrets of Andean worship. The functions of this enclosure are still not known exactly, but it resembles a sacrificial room. It is an underground chamber carved entirely in a huge rock, under the rock are carved, walls, roof, and tables with cupboards.
  3.  The Underground Chamber, is very close to the Intihuatana and has a drainage for the waters of the rains is here where secret ceremonies of sacrifices of animals or people were practiced due to the characteristics of the sculpted inside this chamber.
  4. The carved stone, in this huge rock you can see a carved staircase that moves to the top, it is at this point where a small zigzagging canal is born and then diverts it on two sides. It is so that the connoisseurs of the subject say that perhaps rituals of flames in honor to the Pachamama were practiced. In addition, that to this stone they reduce the form of a condor and its head was removed.
  5. The Astronomical Observatory, above the carved rock two cylinders, stand out and the experts claim that it is the Intihuatana that means the place where it is tied or tied to the sun, this is where the position of the sun was calculated. It is also said that it was an astronomical observatory that used to measure the time of the seasons, solstices and equinoxes. And where they also offered worship to their gods like the moon, sun, stars, and earth or Pachamama.
  6. Cusilluchayoc, his name is in the Quechua language which means to the Spanish place of monkeys or place of joy. It is about 550 meters from Qenqo this place houses a carved stone of more than 2 meters that looks like the figure of a toad, on the rock you can see sculpted snakes, monkeys that is why the name comes from.

Schedule of Entrance: Monday to Sunday: 07:00 am - 18:00 pm. (Included in Tourist Ticket).

Pukapukara. - Its construction resembles a military fortress due to the characteristics that show its walls, terraces, passages, and stairways. Its name is due to the red color of the rocks during sunrise and sunset. This construction resembles the defense of the Inca Empire in particular from the city of Cusco. The buildings within this complex are small and medium-sized urban layout has streets, is adequate and functional. The construction shows three levels, here you can find six enclosures of different sizes presents a very rugged rock surface. In the second level, we can find three rooms with a trapezoidal floor, a wall that surrounds the central ascent and the third wall near the top. In addition, just by this enclosure also passes the famous road of "Qapaq Ñan" on the functions that fulfilled this place could be a Tambo or barracks where they stayed to rest all the procession that accompanied the Inca when he went to the Tambomachay baths. This site makes up the circuit of four ruins is interesting to visit it to know more about the culture of the Incas.

Schedule of Entrance: Monday to Sunday: 07:00 am - 18:00 pm. (Included in Tourist Ticket).

Tambomachay. - This site is located 8 kilometers from the city of Cusco with an extension of 438 meters at 3,700 masl. Its name comes from the Quechua language Tambo means the Machay resting place which means underground cavity. Some chroniclers attribute this place as the Inca baths due to the fountains and water channels that are carved in rocks and transport water throughout the year. There is also a liturgical garbage dump where all the water known as the Inca's bath meets and where the Inca worshiped water. This site has three terraces joined to the hill with stone constructions and assembled without any type of mortar. At the end of this wall, there is a wall 15 meters long and 4 meters high decorated with large trapezoidal niches. In front of the construction, there was a circular tower that should have the function of controlling the people who came from the Antisuyo and to communicate who was passing by. Tambomachay was also a resting point inside the "Qapaq Ñan" road that served as a connection with the other towns of Tahuantinsuyo. In this enclosure, there was also a sacred garden whose irrigation came from the canal system. These characteristics terraces, aqueducts, gutters and waterfalls give a peculiar atmosphere of tranquility that harmonizes the constructions with the landscape.

Schedule of Entrance: Monday to Sunday: 07:00 am - 18:00 pm. (Included in Tourist Ticket).

What to visit in Cusco Region

All Sacred Valley of the Incas

Pisac Archaeological Park. - It is located within the jurisdiction of the province of Calca and is located 30 kilometers from the city of Cusco. According to some chroniclers its name derives from "pisaca" word in Quechua that means partridge and the complex is built on the basis of figurative traces of a partridge. This archaeological site is built by groups of archaeological remains in which you can see the aqueducts, walls, cemetery, bridges and rooms. It extends through 4 kilometers and is divided into two zones, the old and the current one at the foot of the hill. The enclosures are surrounded by beautiful agricultural terraces that connect the mountain.

  1. Andenerías de Acchapata, more than 200 meters from the town of Pisac you can see the terraces or agricultural terraces is made up of 40 platforms that give shape to a triangle from the bottom you can see the smaller andenerías.
  2. Intihuatana neighborhood, is the most important neighborhood of the entire complex of Pisac here you can see the temples and palaces built with the quality of architecture with an incredible beauty in its walls in relation to the other enclosures. There are three levels and buildings leading to the main valley. Here we can find the Intihuatana, central square, an altar sculpted in rock, streets, groups of liturgical sources and patios.
  3. Tianayuc neighborhood, its name is in the Quechua language and means the one that has a seat because inside this enclosure there is a kind of chair or sofa with backrest and elbow made of stone. This small neighborhood is also conformed with rooms and the doors overlook the central patio. The almost undone tower is still conserved that denominate great part of the hill Kitamayu.
  4. Pucaras or Torreones, in the complex of Pisac there are more than twenty conoidal towers and they are next to the well-assembled water channels with stone. And the towers of watchtowers are elevations in the form of solid cones and in their interior of compact mortar with a flat surface. Most important towers are in the Qoriwayrachina.
  5. Kallaqasa neighborhood, this neighborhood is the largest one in the complex in Pisac is located at the top of the hill. Its rooms are on a plain that is descending. It is conformed with several rooms, towers and a small tunnel.
  6. Pisaqa neighborhood, is located 200 meters from the Intihuatana district over the abyss of Chongo. This neighborhood is made up of 23 rooms or enclosures located in an exceptional order.
  7. Barrio de Qanchisraqay, this neighborhood is located on the sloping side of the slope where the Chongo river is. It also has many buildings made of medium and small stones has squares, small streets and the recitals of this neighborhood have a rectangular shape. In this neighborhood, you can see the largest area in the entire complex and does not have liturgical baths nor has towers.

Schedule of Entrance: Monday to Sunday: 07:00 am - 18:00 pm. (Included in Tourist Ticket).

Ollantaytambo. - This architectural complex is located 90 kilometers from the city of Cusco. Its name is based on an Inca legend about a rebel general Ollantay. To this site, a strategic military, religious and agricultural center is attributed to him to administer and to have the control of the Sacred Valley of the Incas. Due to the constructions of the huge terraces, it is alluded to as a large agricultural deposit and the walls that surround them as a military use of the incantation and to the turrets as the center of surveillance of the complex so that the ethnic groups of the jungle do not enter. In the Inca period, Pachacuteq was the one who conquered the region and began with the construction of the town. Already at the time of Manco Inca Yupanqui served as a military fortress who was considered the leader of the Inca resistance. Some chroniclers attribute the terraces as an agricultural function, but others say that it served as a fortress that would prevent the landslides of the archaeological complex of Ollantaytambo. In the constructions within the complex, you can appreciate the more than 140 stone steps leading to the top where the ceremonial center is located. There you can appreciate the perfect carving of stones, it is said that due to the characteristics of the water channels here, the cult of water and the purification center of life could have been worshiped.

  1. Temple of the Sun, is one of the most impressive structures of the entire complex at the top we can see six huge stone blocks in perfect carving assembled with thin slats finely polished.
  2. Pincuylluna place, means where you play the Pincuyllu which is a wind musical instrument. This is located in front of the Temple of the Sun when you get to the area on the road you can find a stone enclosure made up of three similar blocks and six windows inside the facade, it is said that they functioned as warehouses or Tambos.
  3. The Museum of Catcco, within this museum there are five rooms where remains of architecture, handicrafts and some customs of the current inhabitants of the town of Ollantaytambo are exhibited.
  4. Ollantaytambo Town, is also known as "The Inca´s town" is the only town where the customs of the Incas are preserved with a lot of booms, its streets keep the name of the Incas. Among its cobbled streets you can appreciate the characteristic of houses made of mud and stone, its landscapes at every point that arrives, its people with their clothing types if you have time you can take a break in the parade ground where you can observe the locals. They arrive from their communities to make purchases in the market. In their clothes highlights the color of a seed called huairuro highlight the colors red and black, hats or more known as monteras women are always adorned with many colorful flowers. Thus, Ollantaytambo is the only town that continues to be occupied by local families who still carry Inca surnames. The fifteen blocks of the town are surrounded by Inca walls that carry the Inca design and structure. From here it is also possible to visit the community of Willoq where the ancestral customs of the Incas, where the original Quechua is spoken, are more strongly preserved.

Schedule of Entrance: Monday to Sunday: 07:00 am - 18:00 pm.

Salinas of Maras. - It is located one hour from the city of Cusco located in the foothills of the mountain of Qaqawiñay at 3,380 masl in the province of Urubamba. Here are approximately 3,000 wells of about 5 square meters each and that store salt water that comes from the Qaqawiñay mountain and the spring water contains magnesium, potassium, calcium, and silicon that according to the studied data originate more than 110 million years ago. The salt mines are located in the form of agricultural terraces in which a small stream flows through which nourishes the salt water of the wells during the rainy season. During the dry season between the months of June to October, the sun evaporates these waters leaving salt crystals. After about a month, the salt will reach 10 centimeters high and then be extracted by the maras for processing and then commercialization. Visiting these salt mines will be a unique experience to visit them. The local people demonstrate more about the artisanal and ancestral work they do to process the salt. Salinas of Maras is one of the four places in the world where pink salt can be extracted. Something curious that the visitor can do is extract a handful of salt to take with them.

Maras Town, is one of the most important towns of the viceroyalty during this time was the main provider of southern salt. In this town, the visitor can appreciate the colonial houses along with the church. The characteristic of these houses are the shields on the front of each house. These mansions are made of mud and adobe, the white walls and blue windows. Also on the lintels of the doors, you can see the inscription of the dates on which these houses were built and the ornament of a shield of each owner. This town was created by the Spanish by the year 1556 and was under the orders of the encomendero Pedro Ortiz Orure was the first to create this custom of the facades of the lintels and the shield; his house is one block from the town's main square. Among the most emblematic mansions of the town is the property of the Inca Túpac Sinchi Roca, the Jesuit portal, the cover of Sancho Usca Paucar. In them, you can appreciate the amazing work in the stone carvings and ornamentation of the facades. Another interesting place for travelers to visit is the church of San Francisco de Asís that was built under the order of Orure. Inside, the church has four baroque altarpieces dating from the seventeenth century with beautiful carvings and bathed in gold leaf. In addition, you will also find beautiful paintings by the painter Antonio Sinchi Roca of the Cusqueña School where scenes of the Gospel and some portraits of saints are depicted.

Schedule of Entrance: Monday to Sunday: 07:00 am - 18:00 pm.

Archaeological Site of Moray. - It is located 63 kilometers from the city of Cusco and 7 kilometers from the town of Maras at 3,550 masl. Its name is in the Quechua language which means "remote land" in Spanish. This place shows some enigmatic and amazing circular terraces over 30 meters deep that were built on retaining walls filled with fertile soil and watered by complex hydraulic irrigation systems that resemble a giant agricultural laboratory, however, some believe that It was an astronomical observatory. Agricultural laboratory because each terrace has a microclimate that varies from 20 ° C to 15 ° C due to the depth of each circular terrace have revealed some vertical stones that would create sunset shadow limits during solstices and equinoxes. It is for this reason that it is believed that in each circular terrace a different type of product was grown and where plants were adapted. The construction of this complex demonstrates the ability of the Incas to achieve agronomic knowledge. Some anthropologists mention that each terrace recreates a microclimate where the improvements of some products can be implemented experimentally. It is said that these ecological zones produced products such as quinoa, kiwicha, pumpkins, coca leaf, and potato varieties. It is thought that success more than 200 varieties of plants adapted to each terrace as a huge greenhouse. This site also resembles a deep amphitheater where the Pachamama or mother earth was worshiped.

Schedule of Entrance: Monday to Sunday: 07:00 am - 18:00 pm. (Included in Tourist Ticket).

Chinchero Archaeological Park. - It is located 30 kilometers from the city of Cusco at 3,763 masl within the jurisdiction of the district of Chinchero and province of Urubamba. Its name originates because of the mountain of Chicón that protects the town. It is believed that the archaeological complex was a kind of Tambo or resting place of the Inca TúpacYupanqui is the one who ordered to build shrines, baths, terraces or platforms and the huge royal palace for his panaca. This park is one of the few that still retains the Inca urban layout, remains of the royal palace and the irrigation canals of the perfect andenerías. According to the vestiges found by anthropologists, the first inhabitants of this area were the Ayamarcas who were later conquered by the Incas and then incorporated into the Inca empire. In full conquest, by the years 1536, the Inca Manco Inca began his rebellion against the Spaniards and Chinchero fire so that the Spaniards could not renew it. On the way to the city of Cusco, Viceroy Toledo ordered the construction of the present church, called the Montserrat church. It was built on the Inca foundations. During the Tupac Amaru II revolution curaca Mateo García rose up in favor of the King of Spain to fight the rebellion of TúpacAmaru and this scene was captured in a mural where the puma defeats the serpent. The church also has baroque altarpieces and mural painting. The complex arrives at the Plaza de Armas. Here you can see a great Inca wall decorated with large trapezoidal niches in perfect condition.

Schedule of Entrance: Monday to Sunday: 07:00 am - 18:00 pm. (Included in Tourist Ticket).

Chinchero Town. - It is located at 4,000 masl because of its wide plateau, it has a cold climate, surrounded by the lakes of Piuray and Huaypo. The snowy Salkantay and Veronica on whose banks there are several communities that are dedicated only to the cultivation of potatoes. Actually, the district of Chinchero is considered a living village with well-preserved ancestral customs until today. This district is composed of 12 indigenous communities which maintain a very organized system of ayllus. Continuing with the system of organization of the Tahuantinsuyo they designate their authority as Varayoc. The constructions of the square are on the Inca bases while walk in the historic center of Chinchero you can appreciate stone staircases and small streets typical of the area. This can also rescue the traditional form of trade in the market where they exchange products with others known as barter. This district was created under the law of President José Pardo and where currently lies the Inca foundations of the royal treasury of the Inca TúpacYupanqui and the church of Monserrat. The inhabitants of this district still maintain the traditional clothes made of sheep wool, llama and alpaca textiles dyed with the use of plants and made by themselves. The men wear a cap, sheep wool ponchos, vests and cloth pants, and the most adult multicolored chullos. On the other hand, women wear skirts of yarn and sheep wool fabrics, llicllas or blankets that cover their backs, vests, chumpis or sashes to hold their skirts. Single women wear many braids on their heads and wear colorful hats or hats.

Huchuy Qosqo. - It is located 50 kilometers north of the city of Cusco at 3,600 masl. Its name comes from the Quechua word translated to Spanish means "Little Cuzco" is located on the city of Lamay, Calca and the Sacred Valley. Previously this place had the name Kakya Qawani some chroniclers mention that this place was built by Wiracocha the eighth Inca of the empire. Within this complex, we can find stone structures, adobe, and kallanka or the great room of 40 meters long according to historians where Inca officials were staying. By the year 1500, the Spaniards conquered control Kakya Qawani, after the rebellion of Manco Inca this site was used as a farm. You can observe the storage system in the colcas or lameness are two-story structures of products such as corn, potatoes, quinoa, and dried beans. The precincts of Huchuy Qosqo have very peculiar buildings built on stone bases very well polished with clay plaster and the floors are made of mud. According to the accounts of Maria Rostworoski, this place was the favorite hacienda of the Inca Wiracocha and secured the conquest of the towns of all the valley of Urubamba and later chose the successor to its Urco son. By the year 1438 Wiracocha leaves the city of "Huchuy Qosqo" with the custody of his son Urco and took refuge in the palaces of the Urubamba Valley. Between the enclosures, they are confirmed by doors oriented towards the Valley the other dispersed enclosures in all the complex are not in very good state and by here also a road passes that takes towards the city of Cusco. At the edge of the precipice, there is a kind of kawarinas or turrets that served as surveillance to have a greater visual field of the entire valley.

Schedule of Entrance: All the year - Free entrance.

Urubamba town. - This province is located 79 kilometers from the city of Cusco also known as the "Joya del Vilcanota" was the largest agricultural center of the Incas. Here we can find the church of San Francisco, the beautiful Inca andenerías where corn is currently cultivated, there are also pre-Hispanic walls and colonial houses that were built on Inca bases. Through the valley crosses the river Vilcanota, that is why their lands are fertile here you will find the best cornfields in all of Perú and in rainy seasons from November to March the typical fruits of the valley abound, such as peaches, capulí, strawberries, plums, Quince, pears and premium corn. Politically it was created in June 1825 and called "Archaeological Province of Perú" due to its Inca archaeological complexes: Urubamba, Chinchero, Machu Picchu, Maras, Ollantaytambo, Moray, and Yucay.

Calca town. - One of the thirteen provinces of the Cusco region, located 51 kilometers from the city. Its ancient name according to the records was "Villa Zamora" comes from a Spanish ancestor who lived in the area and deduced as the founder of Calca. Here you can also find tourist attractions the archaeological site of Pisac, Potato Park, Inkary Museum, Huchuy Qosqo and the thermal baths of Lares. The district of Calca is ideal for the practice of mystic and medicinal tourism due to the presence of its thermal baths. Thermo Medicinal baths of Machacancha, is at 3,500 masl the waters are transparent yellowish, is rich in minerals such as magnesium, sodium, zinc, and boron. It is assumed that these waters are good for muscle pain, rheumatism, and physical therapy. The temperature ranges between 26 ° C to 43 ° C. Thermal Baths of Minas Moqo, is very close to the Plaza de Armas de Calca, its waters are chlorides, these have the benefit for skin problems and rheumatism. Nowadays, if the visitor wants to know more about the experiences of the inhabitants, he can visit the sunday fair of artisans and food market.

Lamay town. - This district is within the jurisdiction of the Province of Calca. In this district, we will find the Temple of Santiago Apóstol de Lamay is characterized by its imposing decoration of mestizaje styles. The temple is built on the stone bases and walls of adobe, the plant is in Latin cross, highlights the presbytery and the central nave. The church is also made up of seven chapels, the main entrance with pilasters and a half-point arch built of post-Renaissance brick. The triumphal arch that stands out for the representation of the High Altar covered in gold leaf, the stone arches of the central chapels, and next to the mural of the Gospel. On the facade, you can see a reconstructed tower on the left side.

 

Poroy town. - It is located 13 kilometers from the city of Cusco at 3,499 masl, it is one of the districts of the province of Cusco. This district before had the name of "Poroypuquio" this name was mentioned by the chronicler BernabéCobo and mentioned as one of the important huacas or shrines that was in the Chinchaysuyo. Other chroniclers mention that formerly this district was called "Purity" that related it to the ancient Pururaucas settlers. The word that gave rise to the district of Poroy when the Spaniards Francisco and Gonzalo Pizarro arrived in Cusco assigning this place of rest, as well as Simón Bolívar when he arrived in the city of Cusco he praised this appropriate place to rest. This district maintains the Cusco culture and tradition in its clothes, in the constructions of its houses of adobe and roofed with tiles in the style of the ancient Andean civilizations. In the sunday fair of Poroy, you can find the production of handicrafts and see the typical clothing of the inhabitants. In the main road of this district, we can appreciate several restaurants that offer typical dishes of the city of Cusco, like the pork chicarrón accompanied by corn or mote, potatoes, and salad. In this district, it is very crowded by tourists who come to our city to travel to the Inca Citadel of Machu Picchu. Here is the Peru Rail train station for services of Vistadome or Hiram Bingham which is a VIP service.

All South Valley of Cusco

Archaeological Park of Tipon. - This complex is located at 3,560 masl at 28 kilometers from the city of Cusco in the community of Choquepata. Known as a "The Wonder of Hydraulic Engineering", according to some chroniclers this place could have been used as a laboratory for agricultural products due to the perfect channeling and the hydraulic system that was established for the terraces. Tipon was also adduced to a water shrine since the Incas considered water as a very important element. The historian Víctor Angles attribute to this place as the real house of the Inca Yahuar Huaca that was built by the orders of the Inca Wiracocha. After Yahuar Huaca retired during the attack of the Chancas. The archaeological park is made up of beautiful rooms based on megalithic stone blocks perfectly assembled. Many engineers consider this work as one of the most magnificent irrigation works for its outdoor water pipes.

  1. The Intihuatana, a beautiful enclosure formed by trapezoidal niches in perfect conditions from where you can see the entire complex of Tipon and is located in the highest part to protect the whole.
  2. Terraces or Andenerías, they are a masterpiece the lace of the stones with each other is perfect together with the quality of the strokes. It is said that they served for the experimentation of agricultural research or also to apply agricultural techniques based on artificial irrigation that until now continue to pour water. Steps or Zarunas, are stones in the shape of stairs that stand out in the terraces in the form of stone nails that had more the function of stairs that were made to occupy less space.
  3. El Mirador, at the top of the entire complex of Tipon, is an orogenic bloom that served as an observatory and signs of who came to the site. Also known as Cruz Moqo which means "Place of the Cross" or Qosqo Qhawarina which means Cusco lookout. From here you can see the western part of the city of Cusco.
  4. La Muralla, according to some anthropologists, this place must have been inhabited by priests or lordships of the elite and the walls were part of securing the place.
  5. Minor enclosures, 1 kilometer away from the so-called Intihuatana are rooms that are not very conserved are stone enclosures and finished with adobe of earth.

 

Schedule of Entrance: Monday to Sunday: 07:00 am - 18:00 pm. (Included in Tourist Ticket).

Tipon town. - Is located 22 kilometers from the city of Cusco. It is located within the jurisdiction of the province of Quispicanchis next to the Cusco - Puno highway. One of the most representative places is the Archaeological Park of Tipon or also known as the royal residence of the Inca Yahuar Huaca. This set contains beautiful terraces in perfect condition, enclosures or rooms, and incredible water aqueducts. This town also hosts a wildlife zoo where the inhabitants of Cusco can. Tipon is also very popular with the people of Cusco to taste the typical dish of “cuy al horno”. There are many restaurants that offer typical dishes of the city such as the guinea pig that they serve with baked noodles, baked potatoes, and their classic chili pepper. uchucuta or the classic chairo soup.

District of Saylla. - It is one of the districts of the province of Cusco located south of the city of Cusco at 3,150 masl, was created in January 1942 during the mandate of Manuel Prado. This district is on which were the old settlers of Ayllus, Saylla, Anawarque, and Pichingoto that up to the present the customs in the production and organization are maintained. Among its main attractions we have Sillkinchani, at 3,250 masl and located 9 kilometers southeast of the city of Cusco it is presumed that it could have been the seventh huaca of the road by the Qollasuyo, on this site you can see terraces or lake terraces, canals alluvial fluvial Some anthropologists mention that it was an agricultural deposit of products that were distributed to the Qollasuyo. A point of control or surveillance is also attributed to those who went to or came from the side of Qollasuyo. In front of Sillkinchani site on the left side on the same hill, there is another archaeological site known as Qontaymoqo, its structures are made on very impressive Quaternary foundations with sand and diatomites. Currently, this district is a center of family entertainment of Cusco residents where they come to taste delicious dishes such as the traditional Cusco pork rinds. As for their customs venerate "The Purified Virgin" that is celebrated in the month of February is here where you can appreciate the devotion and faith of the people identified with their traditions. They celebrate them dancing different dances like mongrel Qoyacha, Saqra, Majeños, Qapac Qolla among others.

District of Oropesa. - It is one of the districts of the province of Quispicanchis located 21 kilometers south of the city of Cusco. Currently known as the "National Capital of Bread" is the cradle of the preparation of the loaves of "Chuta" is very delicious and has the shape of a disk. They also make other types of pieces of bread such as grills, ferrets, muffins and other varieties. The taste of these pieces of bread is unique and incomparable. Most of the inhabitants of Oropesa are engaged in the production of these pieces of bread. There are more than 70 bakeries located all in the same district. In addition, to taste the delicious breads you can take advantage of visiting the church dedicated to the "Baker Boy" according to tradition the inhabitants tell that a child came to the bakeries to knead the bread and when the child left to sell the loaves worse he never returned at the agreed time and he gave the bread to the poor children, but he always returned to the bakeries with the money. But over time the boy disappeared and all the bakers remember him with devotion. This town is visited by many visitors who like to taste the different dishes here you can also experience the kneading of the bread together with the bakers.

Temple of Andahuaylillas. - The church of San Pedro Apostle of Andahuaylillas also known as the "Sistine Chapel of America" ​​located in the district of Andahuaylillas province of Quispicanchis. Its architecture is one of the most surprising and wonderful Andean religious art. The church was finished by the year 1570 at that time it was only a small chapel with a very simple design. The changes were already made in the 1960s by the Jesuits, who were the missionaries of that time who also instructed the Indians. Throughout the years this church had many modifications due to earthquakes and expulsion of the Jesuits. It is built on a rectangular base and accessed by stairs. On the interior you will find a Baroque style decoration made during the XVI-XVII centuries at that time, the parish priest Juan Pérez Bocanegra ordered paintings by Luis Riaño. The church on the outside has a very simple facade, classic as the houses of the city of Cusco with adobe walls, wooden roofs covered with tiles although it is still beautiful. The church acquires a single body, with a tower on the right side where you can see a bell tower and a balcony above the central door where it represents a fresco mural staged San Pedro and San Pablo. Inside the temple is formed by a single long nave, with chapels and a triumphal arch in these you can see side chapels and the sacristy. The choir is in the shape of a “U” made of wood with a railing and around the choir a text in Latin. Inside the church, we will find different chapels of the "Lord of Achacrapi" "Virgin of Monserrat" gospel dedicated to the "Lord Jesus Christ" and another chapel to the "Ascension of the Lord".

  1. The Artisan, of Mudejar Cuzco style, worked in polychrome wood slats all covered with gold leaf. In the central part, you can see the star of David and a semicircular shell. This work was made by Martin Torres, a wood sculptor, and re-builder, and he made many in different convents and churches in Cusco. In the lateral parts of the nave, the chapels of "Baptism of Christ", "Arcángel San Miguel" these are the only works of Luis Riaño. Paintings or Canvases, there are several paintings with representations of the life of the Apostle Peter and the Archangel Michael, painted by the middle of the XVII century the works are framed in cedar wood and upholstered in gold leaf.
  2. Mural painting, are very representative of the church, in the front, inside the nave and the chapels developed with styles of the “Escuela Cusqueña” at the end of the 16th century. Most of them were made in fresco scenes of evangelization, that of catechizing the Indians through these murals and canvases for example "Camino al Infierno", "Camino al Cielo". The most beautiful part of the temple is the roof, all covered with floral motifs, fruit trees, and geometric figures. The Assumption, another beautiful mural in the scene represented "The Ascension of the Lord", all this covered by the rich artistic decoration will be amazed at this scene.
  3. The Retablos, the most beautiful is made up of three bodies and three streets, in Baroque style in wood, perfectly carved and covered in gold leaf. The central niche has a finish in small mirrors and paintings on canvas from the “Escuela Cusqueña”.
  4. The organs, located on both sides made in wooden boxes of large dimensions and painted by the painter Luis Riaño, highlight the image of David and Santa Cecilia. On the other side are the angels and musicians known as the couple.

Schedule of Entrance: Monday to Sunday: 07:00 am - 16:00 pm.

Andahuaylillas town. - It is located 35 kilometers from the city of Cusco to more than 3,000 masl within the jurisdiction of the province of Quispicanchis. Its name is in the Quechua language that translates to Spanish as "Place of the Deer" or "Prairie where the Deer are" according to the tradition of some inhabitants tell us that before the deer lived on the heights of the place they came to feed on green pastures. According to some historians this place must have been part of the Inca settlements, according to some anthropologists the valley of Andahuaylillas was occupied by the middle formative cultures such as the culture of Chanapata, Lucres, Qotakally, Tiahuanaco and Wari and finally occupied by the Incas in all this area were found different types of ceramics. The main characteristic of this town is its farmland where white corn, avocados, strawberries, and peaches abound. The beautiful church that includes it inside the circuit to the South Valley, the church shows an amazing decoration of mestizo and colonial Baroque style, polychrome ceilings, huge murals with different stagings and altars in gold leaf. This area is also an important point on the road to Qollasuyo and Apu Ausangate. The houses are surrounded by fertile agricultural fields due to its proximity to the Vilcanota river. It is a cozy town of more than 5000 inhabitants with a beautiful square of beautiful pisonayes. This town of Andahuaylillas was declared a Cultural Heritage of the Nation in 2010. Andahuaylillas nowadays joins the paved road that connects Cusco and Puno to its area.

Piquillacta Archaeological Park. - This park is located 33 kilometers from the city of Cusco is within the jurisdiction of the district of Oropesa province of Quispicanchis. Its name is in the Quechua language which means "Flea village" in Spanish or refer to it as a "small town" the whole complex has an area of ​​50 hectares. This complex belonged to the pre-Inca culture of Wari anthropologists adduce this complex as one of the most important administrative centers because it should have stored all agricultural products and then redistribute them to all the Wari culture that occurs between the periods of the century VI to IX. According to the investigations of some specialists, no remains have been found that presume that the Incas arrived at this place. Currently, it can be seen that it was a very organized and very well planned urban capital with a geometric base of rectangular shapes, stairways, its streets, buildings, squares, and courts. The constructions of the walls of more than 12 meters of height and enclosures are of stone and mortar separated by wide and straight streets. When you walk you can see that highlights the walls that could serve as a defense fortress for the complex and within contains an approximate of 700 precincts, courts, more than 500 colcas or warehouses some authors consider as homes. In most of the courts and enclosures were found that the walls were covered with plaster and some painted with anthropomorphic representations this gave reference that the inhabitants were developed in some aspects and it is presumed that there were more than 10,000 people. Due to the characteristics of their constructions, many claims that Piquillacta was an administrative, residential and ceremonial center where important rulers and priests lived. Most likely, the Incas adopted these customs and improved the constructions of the terraces as can be seen in Moray or Machu Picchu or other archaeological sites belonging to the Inca culture.

Schedule of Entrance: Monday to Sunday: 07:00 am - 18:00 pm. (Included in Tourist Ticket).

Raqchi Archaeological Complex

It is located in the district of San Pedro province of Canchis at 3,460 masl on the slope of the volcano Quinsachata, this complex is also known as the Temple of Wiracocha. This site is composed of several specific sites such as:

  1. The Wiracocha Temple, is one of the most impressive structures within this Raqchi complex, the two-story structure is more than 90 meters long and 25 meters wide. The structure consists of a central adobe wall 20 meters high with the base of andesite stones. It also has some doors and windows with the bottom of the stone and tops all of the mud. Before the arrival of the Spaniards, it is presumed that the temple had a huge roof and was the largest of the entire Inca, with the top of the central wall of the enclosure extending over columns. The great symmetries of the temple and its immense prominence the site was called the Wiracocha temple.
  2. The Colcas or Warehouses, within the entire complex there are hundreds of warehouses or colcas with circular diameters of 8 and 4 meters in height. The function of these warehouses was to conserve grains of corn, quinoa, potatoes, chuno, alpaca meats, fish brought from the coast of Perú. These products were used by the inhabitants to distribute them to the four members of the Inca Empire and also for ceremonial purposes. These warehouses or colcas are unique in their structures since they are not rectangular or square, they are perfectly circular.
  3. Qapaq Ñan or Inca trail, through this complex also passes the most important road "Inca Trail or Qapaq Ñan" that connected all the corners that belonged to the Tahuantinsuyo empire and at strategic points, colcas or warehouses were built where the chasquis or messengers of the Inca could rest. A Catholic chapel dating from the 18th century has been built on a part of the road.
  4. Enclosures, also known as barracks recognized to date as 22 houses that emphasize their structures of walls, with many trapezoidal niches. Some of these are aligned along more than 200 meters with a series of courtyards.
  5. The Bath of the Inca or Usno, is a structure whose walls springs water through channels or pools. Which stands out for its fine carvings in diorite rock.

Schedule of Entrance: Monday to Sunday: 07:00 am - 18:00 pm. Adult Admission: s /. 6.00 - Student: s /. 3.00.

Vinicunca Mountain

It is located 4 hours from the city of Cusco at 5,200 masl on the way to the Ausangate mountain route within the jurisdiction of the district of Pitumarca and province of Canchis. It is also known as the mountain of the Rainbow or seven colors due to the colors of the minerals that compose it and lodges in its soil. The appearance of the colors is due to the marine, fluvial and lacustrine sediments that date back to the Tertiary and Quaternary periods of 65 million years ago and that today are seen as colored strips. Among the most striking color stripes that you can see in the mountains are fuchsia, lavender, yellow and turquoise. The show of colors every year attracts more visitors to take pictures, on the way the traveler can meet children and residents of the area with whom you can interact a bit or take pictures. At the top, you can feel the pure air, connect with nature and the Apu Ausangate enjoying a wonderful view of the Andes mountains.

Entrance Cost: s / .10.00

Pucará town.

It is located north of the city of Puno 61 kilometers from Juliaca at 3,910 masl in southern Perú. The insignia of this place is its "Torito de Pucara" handicrafts, which are placed in the entrances of the houses or on the roofs as a symbol of prosperity and protection. For this reason, Pucara is also known as "La Tierra de Los Toritos". As far as the history in this place the culture of Pucará was developed it is characterized by the enormous pyramids and the pucaras emphasized architectural knowledge in the hydraulic engineering. In this town we can take the opportunity to visit many places such as the Lithic Museum where stone sculptures are found. The Archaeological Complex of Kalasaya and the Ceramic Museum of Pucara in this museum will know in depth about the mythical side of the "Toritos de Pucara", the process of the elaboration and transformation of the clay to elaborate these pieces. Also, if the visitor wants to know more about the customs of the inhabitants, they can do experiential tourism where they will receive crafts and know more about the common experiences of the inhabitants. As for gastronomy, you can taste typical dishes of the area such as chairo soup, quinoa mazamorra, quinoa fish and the traditional alpaca chicharrón.

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