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Private tour San Cristobal viewpoint, Cathedral, Qoricancha, Unique San Pedro Market & El Hogar “San Pedro” visit.

Private tour San Cristobal viewpoint, Cathedral, Qoricancha, Unique San Pedro Market & El Hogar “San Pedro” visit.

Overview

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Tour Type: Half day tour.

Level: Easy.

Afternoon City Tour: Pick up is at 1:15 PM from your hotel lobby and you should be back around 6PM.

Consideration: Please remember comfortable shoes.

Highlights: Cusco: colonial and residential area.

Itinerary

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Exclusive city tour that starts at San Cristobal Plaza to enjoy a panoramic view of the city then we will go on to the Main Square to visit the Cathedral that houses invaluable colonial works of art. We will then continue to the Qoricancha Temple that will welcome us with its splendor. The Golden Precinct is the meaning of its name in Quechua and we can still feel the sumptuousness of its walls that were once lined in gold sheets.

After this we will go to visit San Pedro market and be able to appreciate the local flavors and learn about the local produce in this market where you can find everything and is the main supply center of the city, from here we continue to El Hogar “San Pedro” a home to orphaned girls from the poorest families in Cusco and its surroundings.

Girls living in the orphanage have lost both parents or were abandoned by their families. In addition to seeing to their basic needs, like nutrition, clothing and health care, El Hogar “San Pedro” focuses on the girls’ comprehensive development and we are supporting them with our social projects. We will interact with the girls and you can even bring things to give them if you would like (ask us for ideas!).

Private transport back to your hotel in Cusco.

Include

INCLUDED:

Transportation, guide, visit to San Cristobal viewpoint, Cathedral, Qoricancha, San Pedro Market & El Hogar “San Pedro” visit.

NOT INCLUDED:

– Not include entrance fee to Qoricancha and Cathedral.

RESTRICTIONS:

– People are not allowed to enter religious sites wearing shorts. Taking photos is forbidden in the Cathedral.
Qoricancha is not open on Sunday mornings.

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