In the southern part of Cusco there are beautiful attractions that you can not miss as are the archaeological remains of Pikillaqta and Tipon and Andahuaylillas visit its church called the Sistine Chapel of America.
At 8:30 am we pick up from your hotel to start the tour:
Andahuaylillas :Andahuaylillas is located 40 kilometers from the city of Cuzco, standing out for its colonial architecture.
Its main square is surrounded by old houses and has pisonay trees.
The most notable attraction of this town is the church of San Pedro de Andahuaylillas which was built in the seventeenth century. The interior is lavishly decorated with wall paintings, carved wooden baroque altars and features paintings from the Cuzco School that developed at the beginning of the Hispanic presence.
Tipon: Tipon The set is located 27 km. southeast of Cusco. It contains enclosures, terraces and an intact canal. The top of the set is crossed by the Inca Trail along with an irrigation canal.
It has probably been used as a laboratory of agricultural products by the various microclimates that are found in this complex.
Tipon is included as one of the 16 most important archaeological sites for tourists who visit this area.
Pikillaqta: Piquillacta The archaeological complex is an archaeological site made up of the remains of a city of ancient Peru, from pre-Inca times. It is located in the district of Lucre, Quispicanchi province, department of Cuzco, about 30 km southeast of the city of Cuzco and at 3,250 meters above sea level in the basin of Lucre river and a mesothermal environment during the Vilcanota River. It covers an area of approximately 50 hectares.
It was one of the most important administrative-cultists of the Wari (or Huari) culture centers, between centuries IX VI of our era, and represents the urban planned Wari par excellence.
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