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Private Full-Day Tour to the Archaeological Site of Pisac in the Sacred Valley
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Private Tour: Sacred Valley from Cusco
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Pisac, Peru
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Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

When we were half way from the Pisac village up to the Picas archeological site, we found out the site is closed to the vehicles due to landslide, therefore if you want to see the ruins you need to walk up two very steep mountains....More

Thank Ricardo B
Reviewed 4 days ago

At the end of the day we arrived at this remote spot with these fabulous Inca ruins!....Very quiet and peaceful and the best part was the guide telling us that the Incas buried their dead in those man made caves. ...Very interesting however it was...More

Thank ilearnbytravel
Reviewed 1 week ago

The drive to the ruins pass through small villages so you can observe how local people live, then it ends with a scenic drive high into the mountain, doted with quaint , dark orange houses with a distinctive architecture, and the green terraces carved in...More

Thank thu51
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is one of several well preserved Inca sites in the sacred valley region and generally quieter. As with all these sites, take your time as the air is thin and enjoy the terraces. You also get some good views of the Sacred Valley from...More

Thank LeeStJohn
Reviewed 1 week ago

Pisac is a wonderful place to see some old ruins and enjoy those great terraces that the Inca built all over the country. There are several really good spots to take pictures. Try to spend more than just an hour or two here if possible...More

Thank ikhandoit2
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is one of the very best of the Inca ruins in and around the Cusco Region. This ruin is actually pretty far from Cusco and you would be visiting this ruin mostly as part of the Sacred Valley tour. However you may be visiting...More

Thank RaktimRay
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

For me, this was definitely one of the top 3 Inca sites in the sacred valley and well worth a visit. Like all the others around Cusco, allow plenty of time to visit as the altitude and numerous steps involved in getting around the site...More

Thank mystic100
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

One can explore this sight without the huge crowds that are present in other sights. There were no tour buses when we were there and we had the entire place to ourselves.

Thank Gerald B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Pisac, like Calca and Machu Picchu, is fascinating and beautiful. The Inca stonework, in all of these archeological sites, is stunning and will amaze you.

Thank Bill T
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

If you are looking for sweaters, belts, local crafts or art, the Sunday market is huge and has some of the best prices. The Inkan ruins were probably the 3rd best we saw in Peru. Walking to the taxi corner, we took a taxi up...More

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pagel4
I am heading for Pisac in June. I wear braces and still want to see what I can. What can you see from the top after taking a taxi? Is it possible to walk any of it for someone like me? Brion Pagel
3 March 2017|
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Response from Robert D | Reviewed this property |
I have the same question as Lenke_13: what can of brace you wear ? A cab or private taxi or private tour can bring you to the ruins of Pisac. . The views you have - if you can walk - are amazing. in the beginning you have a... More
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travelgals2017
Can you buy your boleto turistico at the Pisac site?
20 February 2017|
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Response from matt h | Reviewed this property |
I do not know, I bought mine at the main office in Cusco.
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travelgals2017
Hi Matt H. I will be in Pisac in a week! When I look up weather, I only get Cusco temps. I am planning on a hostel without heat, but lots of blankets. What do you think? We're bringing raingear and layers. Once used to the altitude, I look forward to hiking these ruins.
20 February 2017|
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Response from matt h | Reviewed this property |
For my entire 3 weeks in Peru, not a single hotel had either heat or ac, you'll be alright, temps are always moderate. Pisac be roughly the same temps and average amount of rain as Cusco. But won't be the exact rain from... More
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