* Sacsayhuaman Fortress overlooking the city of Cuzco, a pre Inca architectural masterpiece;
* Kenko, a rock sanctuary whose main attraction is the monolithic altar representing a puma
* The red Fortress of Puca-Pucara
* Tambomachay, a beautiful fountain fed by a spring forming a series of basins continue to the city of
Cuzco; the Main Square, the Cathedral and the Koricancha or Temple of the Sun.
The Sacred Valley of the Incas.
Visit the village of Pisac, founded during Colonial times. On Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays the Indians barter their products, and artisans from all over the area sell their woven alpaca wool blankets and ponchos,engraved gourds, antique reproductions and jewellery. On Sundays, it is also the meeting place for the local Mayors of the region, who come dressed in their traditional costumes, to attend morning mass.
The only Inca town that is still inhabited.
Explore the ruins above Ollantaytambo before returning to Cuzco via the traditional market town of Chinchero.
The most spectacular ancient city in the world.
This fabulous city contains houses, temples, warehouses, a large central square; and all connected by narrow roads and steps that are surrounded by terraces cut into the mountainside.
After the tour, free time to enjoy this spiritual wonder. Opportunity for a guided trek (approx. 1 hour) up to the sungate (Intipunku), which is a part of the Inca Trail, for a magical view of the sanctuary or alternatively an unguided climb to the top of Wayna Picchu, with a magnificent view of the whole Sanctuary (recommended for fit individuals only).