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a tour guide is very helpful understanding the basic history and appreciating the effects of the earthquake and tremors in the city. the trapezoids to steady the building and dissipate the shock show why the Inca structures stood while the later Spanish ones took a...More
I didn't visit inside due to time restraints and it was my last afternoon in Cusco but we enjoyed a group photo op in front thanks to another friendly foreign tourist. It's located only a block or so away from Plaza de Armas.
It's only S10 to get inside, and there's only a poorly-translated English leaflet for guidance. There's no guide & very few notices in English, but that renders the experience a little more genuine. There seem to be few visitors, so it gets ypou off the...More
This cathedral has its own uniqueness and is intergral to the history of Cusco and its occupation by the Spaniards. So definitely a must visit but as part of a guided tour to learn about its history and paintings inside.
This place is amazing. Extremely rich history and beautiful artifacts. The main cathedral has 12 chapels within it. I would STRONGLY recommend either a guided tour or an audio tour (I usually don't go for guided tours but I would say this almost requires it)....More