- PLAZA DE ARMAS: It is the main square of the city, formerly called "Huacaypata".
- THE CATHEDRAL: It has a Renaissance style and currently has paintings from the Cusco Painting school. In addition, It is also considered a Cultural Heritage of the Nation and It has a combination of unique characteristics.
- KORICANCHA AND SANTO DOMINGO: It was built on the original construction; the church and the Dominican convent. It shows the miscegenation between the western and indigenous culture.
- SAYSAYHUAMAN: It is located 2 km from the city of Cusco and serves as a stage every June 24 for the Inti Raymi party.
- QENQO: It was used for religious ceremonies where it highlights the Inca's predilection for stone.
- PUKA PUKARA: This fortress is composed of large walls, terraces and stairways and It was part of the defensive set of Cusco in the Inca Empire, It is considered a military construction.
- TAMBOMACHAY: It is located 8 kilometers to north of the city of Cusco. This archaeological site is known as the "Baños del Inca".
It is a small town, known for the Church of San Pedro de Andahuaylillas, considered as the Sistine Chapel of America.
Citadel built in stone in the mid-fifteenth century and It was the capital of the ancient Inca Empire.
Discovered by Hiram Bingham in the year 1911. It is considered as a place of worship and a religious sanctuary.
Declared by UNESCO as a Cultural Heritage of Humanity and also considered one of the New 7 Wonders of the World.
It is located at 4200 meters above sea level, at the foot of the Humantay mountain. Undoubtedly, its location and its richness in minerals allow you to enjoy an excellent landscape due to its crystal clear waters.
The archaeological center of Moray is formed by platforms in the shape of rings. Each circle includes a terrace that overlaps another and each of these has a microclimate that allowed them to grow more than 150 plant species. They have a depth of 150m and according to historians these constructions constituted an important agricultural laboratory of the Inca empire.
It is a fertile area and this circuit is home to a series of Andean villages. It was a very important place for the Incas due to its excellent climatic and geographical qualities. It has a pleasant climate because it is located between 2700 and 2900 meters above sea level. Throughout this valley there are mountains, vegetation, representative populations, living cultures, traditions, among others.
This valley allows a series of tourism activities. Without a doubt, it is one of the main destinations for outdoor activities.
- Pisaq: The ruins of the citadel of Pisaq was a route that linked the Inca Empire with Paucartambo. According to studies indicate that it was a real estate of the Inca Pachacuteq. This place includes spaces for domestic and ceremonial use. It is currently visited not only by the ruins and also for their markets and its artisan fairs.
- Ollantaytambo: It is one of the most monumental architectural complexes of the Inca Empire. It is considered as a military, agricultural and religious center to control the Sacred Valley of the Incas.
- Chinchero: It has the archaeological complex and the city of Chinchero, a rich monumental and cultural heritage. The inhabitants of Chinchero still dress in the style of their ancestors, thus preserving their traditions. Its main activity is agriculture.
It has an altitude of 5200msn. Located on the route to Ausangate.
It is an excursion that allows hiking on foot or horse. You can see the coloration in the different shades shown by the mountain. This due to the high concentration of minerals that lined multicolored layers creating a spectacular effect.
They are salt exploitation mines. They are located on the slope of the hill. Each salt pit is crossed by a salt water stream. Composed by approximately 5 thousand wells that are inherited from generation to generation.