Tour the historic center is to have a firsthand experience of the city that was traced and designed by the Incas. Also, you can observe the combination of colonial architecture with stone work of the Incas royal palaces. They are of great importance and notoriety in the Plaza de Armas, the Cathedral, Church of the Society of Jesus, Archbishop's Palace among others.
It’s a "ceremonial Inca strength" located two kilometers north of the city of Cuzco. It stands with its megalithic walls making it the largest architectural work that made the Incas during its heyday. From the fortress, you can get a panoramic view of the surroundings, including the city of Cuzco. All June 24th it celebrates the Inti Raymi, where the Inca ritual of worship the Sun God or Inti is staged.
San Blas neighborhood
Here you can find the most important artists of the region. We can visit an amazing popular fair, craft shops, beautiful squares and walk along the narrow streets where you can appreciate the colonial architecture as the church of San Blas, the oldest in the entire city.