I started the tour of the Incas with Pisac on my way to Urubamba. This archeogical site is quite good and one should not miss. The market place is quite brilliant as well
Our experience with Pisac was short and this place offers so much more. My wife and I took the standard Sacred Valley group tour out of Cusco. The site of Pisac and Ollantaytambo are both very extensive and Pisac resting above the valley below with awesome views. Why I recommend a Private tour is our tour departed Cusco late, stopped... More
the sacred valley is amazingly beautiful , looks like green Swizerland! with a wild river , fields of corn and vegetables organized in terraces.The archeologic site of Pisac , a few hundreds meters up the hill is not to be missed.
Whats not to like about the markets at Pisac, except that there was a blackout in the Sacred Valley and EVERY ATM was down. What a brilliant way to save money when one could have gone crazy at these fabulous markets. Suck it up guys and enjoy the walk with your partners...
We hired a driver to take us to the ruins above Pisac from Ollantaytambo early in the morning to beat the tour groups. We were well rewarded by having the place virtually to ourselves, perfect for taking photos. Again lots of steep terracing with great views of the valley. Afterwards we went down to the town of Pisac itself. The... More
We took a wonderful all day tour of the Sacred Valley (which I totally recommend) on a weekend date on which we were told that the highly touted Pisac market would be at its best. Our guide dropped our group off for about 45-60 minutes to wander up and down the main street of vendor kiosks, shops, and adjacent covered... More
A large area to cover with ancient burial grounds and remarkable stone structures. Guides are essential as you can, as I did, get easily lost. If you are able, the walk back to the town will give you 2 waterfalls to see
The Pisac Ruins were amazing. We actually saw an entire rainbow at the top of the hill. The valley below is incredible and makes for wonderful pictures. There is a lot to hike (more than 3 hours) if you are able, but it is not necessary. You can capture the feeling of the place from the top of the mountain.... More
It's a small town with a fairly large market. Went there on Sunday and it was not too bad. Not too crowded, but you have to bargain, bargain, bargain. You'll get different prices for the same item at different merchants. They all basically sell the same things (souvenirs).
On the way to Ollanta, we got to stop in several places in order to take photos (Sacar la pelicula), PIsac was nice to visit and buy hand made silver neckless to my wife. Since that occasion was our 17th wedding anniversary. not much money for a exclusive silver jewelry
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