Cusco Tour 3 Days

Four roads once led from Cusco’s main square to the four corners of the Inca empire that extended from what is today Ecuador and part of Colombia to northern Chile and Argentina, including all of Peru and Bolivia.

An empire almost as vast as the Roman empire, the Inca nation was connected by a road network stretching over 23,000 km. (14,300 miles). Due to its position as the capital of the Inca dynasty, contemporary Cusco, a city 3,300 meters above sea level (10,500 ft.) is a showcase of several different cultures:

Pre-Inca, Inca, Colonial, and Republican. But Cusco was more than just a capital city. It was an administrative, military and holy city, similar to Mecca, and is now the oldest inhabited city of the Americas. Many kinds of architecture are found here and one’s eyes can feast on their splendid variety and combinations.

Ruins, temples, churches, and mansions make this a memorable destination, full of history and culture. A city with a splendid legacy, Cusco’s winding cobbled streets transport visitors The Inca’s most sacred building in Cusco, the Korikancha (Temple of the Sun), today forms part of the Spanish church of Santo Domingo through its rich and beautiful past.

What's Included?

• Hotels (Breakfast will be included at the hotels ).
• Transfers in Cusco City tour .
• Entrance ticket to the different archaeological places, escorted by a guide.
• Train ticket to Machupicchu, entrance ticket to the ruins escorted by a guide. Lunch included.


3 days

Destination Covered

Cusco and Machu Picchu

Best Suited

All, Budget, Families, Groups, Honeymoon, Kids, Luxury, Solo travellers
Upon arrival to Cusco reception, assistance and transfer to the hotel. We recommend a couple of hours rest to acclimatize to the 11,000feet altitude. Afternoon tour of the city visiting the Koricancha Temple and the Cathedral.

Continues to the surrounding nearby ruins, visit Sacsayhuaman fortress with granitic zig-zag walls of precise stonework, the mysterious carved rock of Qenqo shrine and the Tambomachay Inca Baths. Lunch and dinner on your own Night at a comfortable.

Early in the morning transfer to the train station to catch the train to Aguas Calientes , for a full day tour of Machu Picchu, this legendary “Lost City of the Incas” was hidden for centuries by the jungle and rediscovered in 1911 by Hiran Bigman The cities astronomical observatory (Intihuatana) is the only one known in existence. Many beautiful temples, terraces and intricate stonework. Afternoon return to Cusco Night at the hotel.
Breakfast and lunch included Dinner on your own.

DAY 3 :
Transfer to the airport for departure flight.(B)
• Any extras and personal spendings
• Tipping.

• To confirm your reservation just send us US$ 250.00 per person and your trip application Our accounting department will contact you in less than 24 hours, with your invoice and voucher.

Altitude is a consideration for anyone planning to travel to Peru. For trips to Cusco, it can make a huge difference to spend your first day in the Sacred Valley (2,400 mts./9,000 ft) to acclimatize and avoid problems with altitude sickness, before ascending to the Inca capital city of Cusco (3,360 mts./11,152 ft.). We are happy to adjust your itinerary to help ensure that “soroche” isn’t a factor during your vacation.

With a minimun of 2 participants
USD 497.00

With a minimun of 2 participants
USD 437.00

With a minimun of 2 participants
USD 397.00
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