In the Sacred Valley beautiful colonial towns that were created spread, and now display their crossbreeding in architecture, art and culture alive. There are the villages of Chinchero and knitters, craft fair Pisaq, Urubamba and its cosmopolitanism, Ollantaytambo with its fortress and living Inca town.
This valley was appreciated by the Incas due to its special geographical and climatic qualities. It was one of the main points of production for the wealth of their land.
We start the tour picking them up from your hotel at 8:00 in the morning to start the first tour by: Pisaq, which is divided into two areas, the old, located in the upper part, is an Inca archaeological site, and the current, located in the valley, dating from the colonial era. Its main square is an entertaining place full of color and with various craft items for sale. This town is known for its astronomical observatory. After visiting the archaeological complex of Pisac visit its traditional market. As at 1 pm we stop for lunch in Urubamba (lunch buffet), then we continue the journey to Ollantaytambo is another monumental work of Inca architecture. It was a military, religious, administrative and agricultural complex, Ollantaytambo is the only Inca city that remains almost intact and their houses still serve as homes where their descendants dwell. The design of the city, its axles, its urban structure, the beauty of the volumes and their games of light and shadow attract visitors. And finally we will visit Chinchero was the place chosen by the Inca Tupac Inca Yupanqui to establish residency. He had built beautiful palaces for their personal use and your panaca, we can also observe the colonial temple built on foundations of that civilization, especially the typical doors or windows wider bottom and narrower top, which was a feature of architecture . Finally we return the city of Cusco where we will leave them in their hotels and late afternoon.
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