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Half Day Horseback Riding Tour to Inca Ruins from Cusco
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Half-Day City Tour of Cusco Including Tambomachay
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Half-Day Cusco City Tour
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Cusco, Peru
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Reviewed 1 week ago

a once in a lifetime experience and a must visit place in Cusco. i'd come back to this classic city someday for its rich history and unique culture ( i was here for a day on my way to MP)

Thank Sondt
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

As the title suggests, this is more of a stopover to other sites such as Tambomachay or Saqsaywaman. The site consists of a huge rock that is partly carved. Little is known about its function. Can do but not must do.

Thank Niko P
Reviewed July 12, 2017

It's a small vestige but not far from Sacsay huaman, so it's quite convenient to visit it in a SH tour. Besides, it was where the incas mummified the deceased... really impressive.

Thank EcoHung
Reviewed July 9, 2017

This is one of the largest huacas (holy places) in the Cusco area. Normally done in conjunction with a tour of Sacsayhuaman and several smaller nearby ruins, this was the most intriguing. It was the site of either sacrifices and/or mummification procedures. As you walk...More

Thank TravelHappy237
Reviewed July 7, 2017

If you bought the 4 place ticket which included Saqsayhuaman, then you probably got to see Qenqo. This is a large rock and intricate lithic complex that was thought to have been used by the Incas for ceremonial purposes. The Spanish gave it the name...More

1  Thank Sanders3
Reviewed July 5, 2017

This is a small site with narrow paths. We were lucky it was not crowded. On a sign is the time you get to see the underground shrine and that is short, 2 minutes in the morning and 1 minute in the afternoon! Strange visiting...More

Thank Bert W
Reviewed July 5, 2017

This is basically an Incan place of worship in natural stone formations, with a few carvings. Views of the city are quite good from here. I think this site is part of the Cusco multi attraction ticket, so worth a quick look if you're in...More

1  Thank LeeStJohn
Reviewed July 2, 2017

This place is small making the visit really shor. It is worth to visit because of the city view. It is really close to the Cristo Blanco.

Thank ceciliachuy
Reviewed June 28, 2017

This site was part of the city tour which was a half day tour (2pm to 7pm). I arranged all my tours with Andes Journeys and they provided excellent service. . Like most tours in the Cusco area I used my universal ticket (includes admission...More

Thank Easylivingtravel
Reviewed June 28, 2017

It is best not to visit here too late in the day or the carvings cannot be properly appreciated, particularly the puma and the condor. it is not a large site and a long visit is not necessary.

Thank KBofLB
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