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Pisac, Peru
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Reviewed 4 days ago

The ruins are very interesting, the streets are great to walk, the fruit and vegetable mercado is a great place to eat and the main square has the best shopping in the valley.

Thank Motke48
Reviewed 4 days ago

The Pisac market is the best market for variety, price and number of stands. We all bought "alpaca" sweaters for sleeping in during our trek and were happy we had. I thought we might seem larger markets in Cuzco or Lima, but we would have...More

Thank Kim M
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Very interesting story in why these were developed and used. The agricultural expertise of the inca nation is a marvel

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It's a smaller site and only ten minutes walking up the site. The views are incredible. I loved the tombs in the neighbouring mountain. Such a cool area and a great way to start seeing the Sacred Valley as you start understanding why places are...More

Thank mpavan
Reviewed 1 week ago

The views from the top are spectacular! The way water was supplied to this ancient site is amazing. The system still works to this day!

Thank Blacksmith12
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The Pisac Inca Ruins are at the entrance to the Sacred Valley. I did not expect to see the terraced rows here but only in Machu Picchu. In fact, there are many throughout the Sacred Valley. This is an easy trip from Cusco by car...More

Thank Sea Ya' I
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Our first stop in the Sacred Valley. A popular site as a lot of tourists. The catacombs give this attraction an added edge.

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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a great Inca site and an excellent hike. Take a minibus from Cusco to Pisac for about $2. The ride is less than an hour. In town hire a taxi to take you to the summit of the site. You can hike it,...More

Thank neu6pai
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Highlight of my trip. What an amazing sight to behold. Loved the climb to the top even through the altitude made it a little tough. Would not have missed it for anything!

Thank MIssB26
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you're planning a trip to Machupicchu you must also make time for a stop at Pisac. The scope of the terrace construction is amazing. The mountains are breath taking. Most folks are drawn there for the "market" come on. But, honestly, go for the...More

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I am heading for Pisac in June. I wear braces and still want to see what I can. What can you see from the top after taking a taxi? Is it possible to walk any of it for someone like me? Brion Pagel
March 2, 2017|
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Response from Robert D | Reviewed this property |
I have the same question as Lenke_13: what can of brace you wear ? A cab or private taxi or private tour can bring you to the ruins of Pisac. . The views you have - if you can walk - are amazing. in the beginning you have a... More
Can you buy your boleto turistico at the Pisac site?
February 20, 2017|
Response from matt h | Reviewed this property |
I do not know, I bought mine at the main office in Cusco.
Hi Matt H. I will be in Pisac in a week! When I look up weather, I only get Cusco temps. I am planning on a hostel without heat, but lots of blankets. What do you think? We're bringing raingear and layers. Once used to the altitude, I look forward to hiking these ruins.
February 19, 2017|
Response from matt h | Reviewed this property |
For my entire 3 weeks in Peru, not a single hotel had either heat or ac, you'll be alright, temps are always moderate. Pisac be roughly the same temps and average amount of rain as Cusco. But won't be the exact rain from... More