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“small site” (18 reviews)
“city tour” (18 reviews)
Suggested Duration: < 1 hour
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Cusco, Peru
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"small site"
in 18 reviews
"human sacrifices"
in 5 reviews
"city tour"
in 18 reviews
"interesting cave"
in 4 reviews
"puka pukara"
in 10 reviews
"stone table"
in 3 reviews
"big rock"
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"zig zag"
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"natural stone"
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"boleto turistico"
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"nearby ruins"
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"private taxi"
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"incan site"
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"mother earth"
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"cusco area"
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"half day tour"
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"inca sites"
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Another ruin. Not as breathtaking as Sacsayhuaman but okay to visit. Part of the Tourist ticket, so definitely see it. Big stones, quaint bridge.

Thank aqwn2be
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The proximity to Sachsayhuaman is why we stopped by. To appreciate, you probably need a guide or some historical context. For us, we walked through the entire site in about 15m. If crunched for time and need to prioritize, I would just do Sachsayhuaman and...More

Thank weehawks
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Reviewed 1 week ago

If it were not for the proximity to Sachsayhuaman, I am not sure Q'enqo is worth a special trip. But because it is literally right next door, you should take the short side trip to visit. The narrative of the place is that it was...More

Thank daddy00
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This was by fr the busiest site of the 4 we visited but because of the cave and alta the most interesting but again was rushed through without really appreciating the cave

Thank angela r
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

You definitely need a tour guide to understand and appreciate this place. The walk through the cave was nice. We started our tour here with a taxi and walked down to Sacsayhuamán from here and the further down to the city. That was a good...More

Thank Sander_Yoho
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I would have missed this incredible site if not for our private tour guide on our way to Sacsayhuaman. The large labyrinth in stone is fun to paddle around in but you can feel the energy here in the stones. The way the caverns were...More

Thank Tara E
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Reviewed 9 July 2018

This site is a religious site where it believed that sacrifices were offered. There is a tunnel into the rock where you can see a flat platform where the sacrifices might have been offered. It is a tight space and at the time of our...More

Thank geotech522
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Reviewed 8 July 2018

A natural formation of stone(s) with a tunnel going through it. The exterior stone has been sculpted and shaped in places. The passage has man-made carvings and additions. There is a stone platform within which some say is an altar for sacrifices or religious performances...More

Thank George S
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Reviewed 8 July 2018 via mobile

City tour or otherwise, if you are doing the Sacsaywahman circuit, this stop is a must. Would recommend taking a guide along. The site is not large and can be fine within 15 minutes but those 15 minutes with a guide are well spent to...More

Thank Ashish G
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Reviewed 4 July 2018

Huaca's are ancient places of worship either ancestral or of natural elements. This place was obviously important a long time a go. It's not too big and doesn't take too much time to explore however give yourself a little more time to appreciate the significance...More

Thank PeruDreamer
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Response from GJ-Wim | Reviewed this property |
Sorry to be so late on this one I've been travelling. We paid a travel agent who set up transportation & guides at all our locations so i don't know how much each place was. Never used a travel agent and I travel all the... More
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