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Sacsayhuaman and Temple of the Sun Tour from Cusco
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Half-Day Temples and Cusco City Tour
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Private Cusco City Tour Including Main Archaeological Sites
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Cusco 08000, Peru
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Enjoyed a one hour guided tour with our five year old. Ruins were impressive. The best part was the slides on the side of the hill that you could go down. Small one for the little ones and big ones for the big kids. Made...More

Thank Beth S
Reviewed yesterday

This was our first stop after checking in to our hostel in Cusco (not recommended, but we only had 1.5 days in the city before heading to Machu Picchu). Must see! We walked up, but would recommend taking a taxi, because the hills up to...More

Thank Melanie R
Reviewed 2 days ago

We visited these ruins - a sample of Incan architecture. Plenty of wares to buy - alpaca jumpers and scarves and the views over Cusco, beautiful. Very interesting and worth a look.

Thank Trina Maree M
Reviewed 2 days ago

We did a tour of Saqsayhuaman on our last day in Cusco. What a find. Very impressive place. It was almost empty the day we were there and I felt I could feel the ghosts of the Incas in the quiet space. Beautiful views of...More

Thank fairyqueen286
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

That's how to pronounce and remember it. Good introduction to Inca civilisation. Zig zag walls particularly impressive.

Thank Phill_Chris
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We walked up to Sacsayhuaman from Cusco. It only took about 1/2 hour to the entrance from Cusco's main square and about another half hour to the top. The path is very steep though and the cobbles used for the pavement are slippery, so shoes...More

Thank BaliliP
Reviewed 2 days ago

At one time, Incan imperial stonework of this kind would have been the norm throughout Cusco. But that was 500 years before TripAdvisor, and you probably wouldn't have been permitted to visit Cusco then. Now this is the best place to get a sense of...More

Thank All_Things_Seen
Reviewed 2 days ago

We visited Sacsayhuaman as part of our 2 week tour in Peru. The site is large so give yourself a bit of time. Incredible stonework on display. Lookout over Cusco also worth the short walk. Access was via the Bolete Turistico Del Cusco multi site...More

Thank uluru30a
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I really enjoyed my time here the ruins yes church mmmm impressive but watching the locals peddle their wares was awsome n a great opportunity for some great pics in traditional dress. Also good lesson on the textile industry

Thank Kate C
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

More Awesome Ruins! I love history and amazed at how these rocks were placed so long ago! The Incas were amazing!

Thank Lee P
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chad n
23 May 2017|
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Response from Bryan S | Reviewed this property |
We took a boat to the floating islands saw the local villagers and had our passport stamped. It's pretty cool to see how the make the floating villages and live on the islands.
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chad n
22 May 2017|
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Response from Ginna W | Reviewed this property |
never saw one, don't know Peru regs, would seem ok and very cool to me.
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8 March 2017|
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Response from KidIcarus08 | Reviewed this property |
We didn't take a bus, we did the City Tour. There are lots of companies that offer the tour, we used the one recommended by our hotel. For $40 per person, we had a half day tour of several sites, with transportation... More
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