Setting foot on Cusco is connecting with the land that saw the beginnings of a millenary culture. Its steep roads, its tiled roofs contrasted against the intense blue skies - sometimes bathed by the Andean rain - create the landscape that has captivated travelers from around the world, but its best angles can be found in its less transited streets. To discover them, we have designed the Cusco Walking Tour.
An alternative four-hour route to the city's historical landmarks, Sacsayhuaman, Cusco's Cathedral and the Qorikancha, on a trail that will bring the traveler closer to the past, but also to the present, through art, music and handcrafted products, that fill the streets of Cusco with tradition. It also gives panoramic views of the city that - either from the White Christ or the Saint Cristobal Viewpoint - will grant travelers with one of the best memories from their visit.
It's an afternoon getting to know Cusco on a deeper level, its story, its living culture and its nooks and corners, through less frequented areas, that not only offer a more comfortable visit, but also an ideal outdoors experience for the traveler of today.