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Centro Historico De Cusco Cusco
#1 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
Amazing square, it has many histories, legends and the view is fantastic, centro historico de Cusco, amazing place
You can see almost everything about this beatiful country: impressive churches, nice markets, breathtaking views, all kinds of food and awesome inca ruins.
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Santuario Historico de Machu Picchu Machu Picchu
#2 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
Still a bit challenging, longer and steeper with long steps, but we made it and were rewarded with the most incredible views of Machu Picchu, Huayna Picchu and an adorable bear cub.
Even though the hike was very challenging, the 'spiritual' energy we felt and the view from the top were mesmerizing ... The history and culture behind it is fascinating, as well as being beautiful ...
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Sacsayhuaman Cusco
#3 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
Very informative and fun beautiful sights and friendly service I loved the beautiful countryside and couldn’t get enough of the adorable alpacas
A definate place to stop on your trip to Cusco and Machu Picchu Amazing history, craftsmanship and stunning views.
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Archaeological Park Ollantaytambo Ollantaytambo
#4 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
The scared valley is full of amazing structures terraces etc that the Incas built they are amazing people Reminds me of Egyptians incredible sites built by hand This is a great sight high up from the township whic...
Even so, the ruins are enchantingly beautiful, the views are breathtaking and a trek to the top will provide good insights on how the structures were built by the Incans, leaving one to marvel at the ingenuity and...
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Temple of the Sun Machu Picchu
#5 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
The village of Ollantaytambo is amazing but when you climb the stairs of "Temple of the sun" you will have a breathtaking view! the temple itself is so beautiful and when you hear the stories about it you feel lik...
The Temple of the Sun was one of my favorites: so many areas to hike; great views from the top; the importance of this location in the Incan culture; and the town of Ollantaytambo.
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Winay Wayna Machu Picchu
#6 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
The views of the surrounding mountains are breathtaking and the appreciation of the huge volume of work involved is humbling Spend a couple of hours scrambling around on the ruins and soaking up the view.
It was really worth it to walk and climb, go up and down, to reach Winawayna it is an amazing stop to enjoy a great view from a great site.
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Choquequirao Sacred Valley
#7 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
We liked Machu Picchu, but we were glad that we had earlier enjoyed other Inca sites including Choquequirao.
Amazing views and interesting ruins made this a highlight of our trip without the crowds.
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Intipuncu Machu Picchu
#8 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
If you catch the bus up to Machu Picchu, you can still walk to the Sun Gate - get a bit of exercise, get a bit of a feel for the Inca Trail, see a different part of the Machu Picchu complex, and get a great view.
The Sun Gate affords spectacular views of Machu Picchu from higher elevation as well as of the surrounding mountains and valleys.
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Paucarcancha Ruins Machu Picchu
#9 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
Amazing views and pictures.
After entering the complex head left up to the caretakers hut to be awed by the ever iconic view of the Machu Picchu complex.
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Sacred Valley of the Incas
#10 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
Sacred Valley of the Incas excellent option to know more about the Inca empire its agriculture and astronomy as they came to make important in America, great landscapes and archaeological sites Pisac and Ollanta a...
Following the Urubamba River there are miles of productive girls of maize, corn & crops more Inca terraces, ceramic workshops and at the end the spectacular Ollantayrambo site.So much to see adobe houses local com...
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Pisac Pisac
#11 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
We visited with a tour guide and got to see some incredible views including the agricultural terraces, architecture of the homes and stunning views of the sacred valley and surrounding mountains.
Amazing view to the valleys and mountains, huge terraces, great Incan building technique, cemeteries in the back mountain where are now just some holes because of the graverobbers
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Plaza de Armas Cusco
#12 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
You can take a leisurely stroll and admire the beautiful architecture of the old buildings, try delicious Peruvian cuisine in one the many quaint restaurants nearby, or enjoy the view of the surrounding mountains.
... and the church in the background, this plaza de armas provides you with plenty of sitting room, a beautiful fountain, and statue, and some amazing views as the storms come in, and clouds form over the valley.
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Terrazas Agricolas Periodo Inca Urubamba
#13 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
Amazing arqueológicas site take your time to explore ,meditate ,and enjoy this sacred place absolutely beautiful in the heart of the sacred valley you would need about three hours to make nice hike .you
great choice for culture and Inka engineering with amazing views.
Salinas de Maras Maras
#14 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
I took an ATV ride to this place and I must say it's worth it, amazing views and amazing tour guides that allow you to stop and take pictures, the ATVS where we'll maintained as well, beautiful view once you're do...
On the drive over the gravel road leading to the site one has excellent opportunity for photographing the "big sky" country on the high plains as well as the snow capped Peruvian Andes.
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Tipon Cusco
#15 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
Located nestled in the mountains, which provides a local temperate climate, with a natural spring which provides continuos water from the mountains, this unique site was turned into a botanical laboratory where th...
Take a snack and spend the day exploring this amazing agricultural and hydrology experimental site of the Incas.
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Temple of the Three Windows Machu Picchu
#16 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
How the Mayans achieved this incredible level of stone mastery is just but one of the intriguing mysteries of the Machu Picchu site.
this was an amazing place to take excellent pictures and have great stunning views of the surrounding mountains.
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Moray Agricultural Terraces Maras
#17 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
After a drive with incredible views of the Andes mountains, we arrived at the Moray Agricultural Terraces, which archaeologists have determined were once scientific research centers of agriculture.
Moray archaeological site in Peru is 50 kilometres northwest of Cuzco on a high plateau at about 3,500 metres (11,500 ft) and just west of the village of Maras.
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Pumamarca Ruins Ollantaytambo
#18 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
//..Pumamarca a beautiful archeological site in Ollantaytambo..// about 3 hours from the Inca town of Ollantaytambo and it is one of the most popular of the Sacred Valley destinations.
Awesome visit, breathtaking (the view is beautiful, the climb too :) , the ruins are very nice, tehre were even 2 rainbows!!!
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Pinkuylluna Mountain Granaries Ollantaytambo
#19 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
Flowers everywhere, and an Amazing view!!! Was an easier trek than Huayna Picchu and totally worth taking the time to see.
However once you make it up to the ruins, you will be rewarded with beautiful views of Ollantaytambo valley as well as the Incan ruins opposite the mountain.
Cusco Cathedral Cusco
#20 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
One of the best cathedrals in the world I have ever visited even beats the Vatican.The history and architecture is just amazing we had a great tour giude from View Peru.
As a Catholic living in the United States, touring some of these sights that have such significant Spiritual Beauty as well and having been Lovingly Preserved for much longer then my country has even been able to...
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San Pedro Apostol de Andahuaylillas Andahuaylillas
#21 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
The archeological site of Tipon is impressive for its terracing, active aqueducts and foundations.
This was built by Jesuit priests in the 16th century over a pre-Columbian site of worship.
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Intihuatana Stone Machu Picchu
#22 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
Admire the crafting of the smooth stone, ponder the knowledge of astronomy, view the mountains surrounding this site.
This is the most sacred spot of the Incas within the site and my wife, who feels energy, said this had the most wonderful energy in the entire cmplex.
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Convento de Santo Domingo Cusco
#23 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
This is an important site in Cusco to visit as the Koricancha Temple in Incan times was related to the solstices and equinoxes and blends Spanish colonial culture with Incan masonry.
Plus, you get to tour exhibits of colonial religious art, visit the choir-loft to the church, attractive gardens, and view temporary exhibits of modern Peruvian art.
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Temple of Condor Machu Picchu
#24 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
This temple is part of the complex of the Machu Picchu archeological reconstructions and is situated among many other beautiful sites.
Temple of Condor is one site within Machu Pichu and is very interesting.
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San Blas Cusco
#25 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
It's full of wonderful restaurants, cafes, bakeries, museums, shops, churches and has wonderful views of the city and surroundings.
It's uphill and quite a hike and you'll sure to catch your breath but the sights, sounds, artistic picturesque area will take your breath away.
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El Albergue Farm Ollantaytambo
#26 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
It is the most popular site for boarding the train to Machu Picchu, I like starting the train trip here since it gives me a chance to re-explore Ollantaytambo before heading down the valley!
The beautiful landscapes, and views of the fort at Ollantaytambo makes it a unique experience!
Piquillacta Huarcapay
#27 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
Good way to spend a leisure afternoon after a few strenuous days Sal the local scenery and Cusco from a view in the hills
We visited this site as part of a private tour of the South Valley of Cusco with Machu Picchu Viajes Peru.
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The Company of Jesus Church Cusco
#28 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
Although the main alter with its magnificent golden carvings is the main attraction, the numerous highly decorated altar pieces down the nave can take plenty of time to properly view.
Now, on to the church itself... such a fantastic building, views over the Plaza de Alma and the largest altar in Peru!!!
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Church and Convent of Our Lady of Mercy (Iglesia de La Merced) Cusco
#29 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
There is a view point in the tower where you can go up and look over the main square.
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Qorikancha Cusco
#30 of 127 Sights & Landmarks in Cusco Region
... special place in Cusco history, and a tour gives you both the insight and the experience of seeing how cultures clashed, since the Catholic Spaniards built a church right in the ruins of the Quechua temple site.
Plus, you get to tour exhibits of colonial religious art, visit the choir-loft to the church, attractive gardens, and view temporary exhibits of modern Peruvian art.
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