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The market between the parking lot and the ruins is filled with people selling their textiles on huge tarps. They are a little pushy but it is very competitive so you can understand it. It is a beautiful site and a great way to start...More
I stopped off here on the way back from Ollantaytambo. I was expecting it to be just a little site but there’s actually a fair amount of it with a lot of variety. They also give you a good map, which most sites don’t. I...More
It is a beautiful area to walk around in with spectacular views of the mountains! Both times I've visited, the site hasn't been crowded and I felt we got to explore the ruins on my own. Its also fun to see the colonial church at...More
We made our way up the steep steps to the great site of Chincero to witness the beauty and the ancient terraces and pastures of the Andes valleys. The quiet reflection of the Incan landscape can be spiritually linked to the colonial church Asunción, in...More
I was impressed with how much more Chinchero was than what I was expecting. We only spent an hour or so here, and had a schedule that kept us from exploring more beyond the main site, but Chinchero is pretty big and I'm sure has...More
This was our first site we visited in Peru. Had a lot of fun wandering the market on the way to the Church. The back side from the church has terraces that you then stroll down as you make a huge circle back to the...More
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There will be tour guides available at all site within a 100 miles of Cusco and Ollantaytambo. There are generally no signboards in any of these site. You may buy a tourist book for all sites which will probably do a better... More
There will be tour guides available at all site within a 100 miles of Cusco and Ollantaytambo. There are generally no signboards in any of these site. You may buy a tourist book for all sites which will probably do a better job than hiring guides at every site.