The Cathedral

Located in the North-East part of the Plaza de Armas, it was built on the Inka foundations of the great Palace of Wiraqocha, the Eighth Ruler of the Inka civilization. This Church was rebuilt between the years 1550 to 1650, it contains around 400 Canvases of Painting from the Cusco School. The most representative is the Last Supper, which corresponds to the painter Marcos Zapata, showing us Jesus Christ and his twelve apostles, highlighting on the table "EL CUY" (guinea pig) typical dish in the festivities of Cusco.

One of its ten chapels belongs to the Lord of Earthquakes, Patron Jury and Protector of Cusco, the vast majority of them carved in Cedar, with silver and gold with 22 karat gold leaves made in Colonial times.


The first temple built by the Inka culture, at the beginning of the XIII century in memory of the Sun God. In the government of PACHAKUTEQ (Transformer of the World). In the middle of the 15th century it was decorated from the floor, the wall, and the ceiling, with sheets of gold and silver. Qorikancha was the center of the Center of the Inka Universe, very important from the point of view; Religious, Political, Economic, Cultural and Administrative. Here the most valuable of the Inca Civilization was kept, it even had a SOLAR GARDEN, showing the Flora and Fauna, all these elements made in gold in natural size (Corn, potato, quinoa etc., and snakes, pumas, condors, llamas, alpacas, vicuñas). It also housed other minor temples dedicated to the Moon Goddess (Mama Killa), the Stars (Ch'aska), the Lightning (Illapa) and the Rainbow (K'uychi).


Religious place, considered as the Temple of the Sun of Cusco above translated into Spanish, has been the Marbled Head of PUMA. In the 16th century, the city of Cusco was shaped like a PUMA.


It means Snake, Zigzag, Labyrinth. Temple dedicated to the cult of Mother Earth (Pachamama).

It was one of the most important and main Wakas (Sacred Place) of the Inka Culture.



Puka Pukara

(Red Fortress) Temple dedicated to the Wind, it is possible to see constructions that served as a kind of TAMBO (place of rest, control and accommodation), strategically located as a point of communication.


Popularly known as the BAÑO DEL INKA with water springs, for the worship of the GODDESS WATER. The fountain of eternal youth or fertility. It was the main element of life for both men, animals and plants.


It is located two hours from Cusco along the Chinchero route, it is one of the most spectacular visits where there are four circular platforms of different sizes. They are terraces of agricultural experimentation and places of concentration of feminine energy, for which it is considered as a magnetic center of the Pachamama.


The district of Maras is located in the province of Urubamba, department of Cusco, 52km away. and at 3,465 meters above sea level, it has natural and cultural attractions. The salt mines, made up of platforms based on salt water pools that have their pre-Inca, Inca, colonial and contemporary origin, at present the inhabitants of Maras continue to work in the exploitation of salt. This place is a first-rate attraction for tourists.




Cusco Main Square Colonial and Imperial City






12 Angles StoneEnigmatic and charming place






CoricanchaThe temple of the Sun






SacsayhuamanThe Sacred Fortress



The best location in the center of Cusco next to the most important sacred place in the Inca Empire

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