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Complejo Arqueologico Chinchero

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Complejo Arqueologico Chinchero

316 Reviews
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2 Days - All Inclusive - The Sacred Valley And Machu Picchu - Private Tour.
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2 Days - All Inclusive - The Sacred Valley And Machu Picchu - Private Tour.
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The Sacred Valley of the Incas is one of the most beautiful and historically well visited places of Peru. In those times, the Valley was one of the bases of Incan empire, the river that winds its way through believed to be aligned with the cosmos. The valley is also home to many indigenous people living the same way they have been for centuries and it’s possible to visit local markets and communities. Explore the best places such as the land of the rainbow of Chinchero, Moray, the ancient salt mines of Maras and also discover the ancient Incan citadel of Machu Picchu with our expert private guide who’ll make the ruins come alive with history.
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Just an hour's drive from Cusco, you reach the beautiful town of Chinchero. Be sure to bring a Zukus local pass with you if you purchased it earlier
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This unusual site has Inca foundations and lower walls and a 1572-1600 Colonial Catholic church constructed visibly on top. Our 2-person tour spend about 25 minutes here, on the route to Cusco. walking around the Inca plaza and view the interior with its "Andean Baroque" alter.
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Although, Chinchero ruins wasn't that impressive like those I'd already seen, still, I'd found them pretty interesting thanks to these intriguing carved rocks I'd seen on site. The ruins are situated on the fringes of small, sleepy, rustic town (or village, according to the
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Really fascinating part of this out of the way town. The terrace and rock work was amazing. Such a great area and views . The site is kept magnificently. Well worth an hour or two
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Some good views and a large flat place. It’s very high and it might ruin the rest of your day, but it’s ok if combined with other attractions on the same day. Would be amazing in another place, but it has to be compared to what’s around.
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