We will pick you up 30 minutes before the start of the Cusco South Valley Tour, from your respective hotels to drive you to the southeast of the city of Cusco, and then visit attractions such as: Tipón, which has 12 impressive terraces (terraces) of fairly fertile land and a water source, which together constitute a masterpiece of hydraulic engineering. Pikillaqta, a satellite city of the Wari Culture, has a very harmonious geometric design; Andahuaylillas, considered as the "Sistine Chapel" of the Americas, for the quality of the works of art found inside.
Tipon is located 23 km southeast of the city of Cusco as it is known that it was a place where water was worshiped with the care and veneration that the Incas treated this element. This complex has been honored by the American Society of Civil Engineers. Tipon stands out because it is the only Inca complex that is in perfect working order.
Pikillacta is considered today as one of the best known and best preserved pre-Inca cities that exist in the beautiful country of Peru. It is located 30 km southeast of the city of Cusco.
It shows an approximate of more than 700 buildings, between kanchas, qolqas and houses. The city has a very harmonious and almost perfect geometric design, divided into blocks and with straight streets. Their constructions were 2, and even 3 storeys, with high walls made of unhewn stones with clay mortar, walls of considerable thickness at the base and width decreasing upwards. Citadel that during its heyday must have had a population of about 10 thousand people.
It is located 39 km from the Imperial city of Cusco. The beauty of its colonial architecture can be seen to this day, one of its main exponents being the temple of San Pedro Apóstol, which is also known as the "Sistine Chapel of America". It is located in front of the charming main square, which is paved in the form of a checkerboard and framed by pisonay trees.
The colonial church of Andahuaylillas, considered the "Sistine Chapel" of the Americas, due to the quality of the works of art found inside: mural painting, canvases, altarpieces, altars, etc. That church was built on some important Inka construction, possibly a "Waka" since the bases of the church were made with carved andesites typical of Quechua religious architecture.
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