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Interesting Walk

Take a walk down this alley in the middle of town and enjoy the splendid old Inca walls plus some... read more

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Thomas V
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Oakland, California
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All the streets in Cusco are nice, but this is nicer because it is one of the large one you can see... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
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Reviewed yesterday

Take a walk down this alley in the middle of town and enjoy the splendid old Inca walls plus some cute hotels and restaurants. Some shopping.

Thank Thomas V
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

All the streets in Cusco are nice, but this is nicer because it is one of the large one you can see in Cusco where 98% of the wall is original Inca, very nice.

Thank DAREK J
Reviewed October 18, 2018

This small walkway or alleyway between the Qorikancha and the Plaza de Armas has Incan stonework on both sides topped with modern materials. It's amazing to think that you are walking down the same cobbled walk people did 700 , 800 or more years ago....More

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Reviewed October 4, 2018

We walked this way as part of our half day pre booked tour with our operator. Our guide was told us lots of information about the construction and inca walls. Had we not had the guide and just walked around the important significant things would...More

Thank Boho1979
Reviewed August 19, 2018

Narrow cobble street leading to Plaza de Armas (one of the ways), enjoying a walk between Incan stone walls and local vendors wearing traditional clothing, carrying baby Alpaca in their arms, and/or babies on their backs, or merchandise in their arms. Often the Quechua women...More

Thank N T
Reviewed August 5, 2018 via mobile

This relatively short street features some of the best Inca walls left in cusco. It is impressive to see how the stones are cut to fine tolerance and with minimal joints. Certainly where the Spanish reused Inca stone blocks elsewhere the contrast in workmanship is...More

Thank seattaxi
Reviewed July 30, 2018

Don't miss this if you go to Cusco. Who knows how they did some of this stone work? Hint: NObody. It will make you question history as it is told.

Thank VS-OKC
Reviewed July 10, 2018

One of the best-preserved examples in Cusco of abandoned Inca walls which have been adopted, and then built upon by Spanish colonial settlers.

Thank Andy F
Reviewed June 13, 2018

this is a fun and interesting area. it leads to many different things among the city but has an aura from the Incas that if you are in tune to it, can be really cool. I loved it!

Thank Teresia K
Reviewed May 23, 2018

very interesting to see how they build this walk. nice to talk pictures and great to admire . you can take great pictures.

Thank brigitt b
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