Private Guided Walking Day Tour in Cuzco
- Live Guide
- Instant Confirmation
- Pickup Service
- Private Tour
- 5 hr
Discover the rich history and fascinating modern culture of Cusco, the ancient capital of the Inca empire, during this 4- to 5-hour walking tour with a private guide. Tour the streets of this incredible Inca city, following your guide on foot through the city's main square and past its imposing cathedral. You will also see the impressive ruins of the Qorikancha temple of the Incas. • See the highlights of Cusco, including the San Pedro market, during this private walking tour • Explore the wealth of historical artifacts inside the Cusco Cathedral, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. • Learn about Inca religious life at Qorikancha, the empire's revered 'Temple of the Sun'. • Experience the daily life of Cusco during a visit to the produce stalls and handicraft vendors of the San Pedro market. • The private tour ensures that you see the best of Cusco while receiving the attention of your guide.
Operated by: FLY CUSCO Perú Travel Agency
Meet your guide and enjoy walking first through the Plaza de Armas of Cusco, surrounded by some impressive monuments such as the Cathedral of Cusco and the Church of the Company of Jesus, built on ancient Inca palaces while listening to all the history of the place. If you wish, it is even possible to explore the interior of the place, which contains paintings and other works of gold and silver inside.
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Mercado Central de San Pedro
Together with your guide you will visit the different sections of this old market, Traditions, colors, flavors and aromas are concentrated in this place, where you can find all the typical fresh products of the region, as well as meats, cheeses, breads, coffee, chocolate , nuts, flowers and crafts.
Duration: 50 minutes
Stop At: Qorikancha
The most important Inca temple that was built during its heyday, it is likely that at first impression the imposing Catholic building located inside an intact stone wall will attract attention. And it is that, during the period of Spanish colonization, the Convent of Santo Domingo was built on its structures, which means that today this tourist attraction is also considered a symbol of the mixture of Inca and Spanish architecture, being visited by millions of people.
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: San Blas
The place is known as the balcony of Cusco for the impressive views it has in front of the city, you will see colorful and narrow streets surrounded by local businesses on the mountainside. Follow the path of the ancient Inca trails, go through cobbled Inca streets and discover the best hidden viewpoints to enjoy Cusco in a different way. Then you choose whether to return to your hotel or recommend lunch or dinner options
Duration: 1 hour