Cusco is a historic and spiritually mystical city, and a religious tour of Cusco will provide you with the opportunity to visit some of the best and most famous temples. From the Cusco Cathedral to the Church of San Blas, you will enjoy a variety of sacred temples and learn about the religious history of this city. This religious circuit tour of Cusco will allow you to explore and learn about the rich religious history of the city, as well as experience the magic and charm of its temples. During your visit, you will also be able to enjoy the tranquility and mystical atmosphere of the temples.
A religious tour of Cusco is a unique experience that should not be missed. This 4-hour excursion will include visits to the Cusco Cathedral, the Archbishop's Palace, the Church of San Blas, and the Temple of the Society of Jesus. You will also have the opportunity to appreciate the architecture and details of the city, such as colonial buildings and historical monuments.
During the tour, you will also have the chance to see unique paintings, famous canvases by artists like Marcos Zapata, Basilio Santa Cruz, Diego Quispe Titto, and other great exponents of the Cusco School of Art. Additionally, you will learn about religious rituals and local cultural traditions, and have the opportunity to listen to traditional music.
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The Religious Circuit Tour - Excursion to the Churches of Cusco, is a half-day tour accompanied by a professional guide, which will allow you to get to know the Colonial Cusco. Since all the places to visit are located in the historic center of Cusco, the tour is usually done on foot, weather permitting.
To start this tour, we will pick you up early from your hotel, and our meeting point will be Plaza Regocijo (Plaza Espinar).
As our first destination, we will visit The Basilica Cathedral of Cusco, this impressive church is one of the finest examples of Spanish colonial architecture in the country. It was built in 1559 on the ruins of the ancient Inca citadel and houses a variety of artwork and religious objects, including the stunning baroque-style dome.
Next, we will visit The Archbishop's Palace, this imposing 16th-century building was constructed by the Spanish and is located in the historic center of Cusco. It features beautiful paintings from the Cusco School that depict the life and events of the local inhabitants, as well as biblical passages. The palace also has lovely courtyards and gardens. The famous Stone of the Twelve Angles is also located here.
And we cannot miss The Church of the Company of Jesus, this church was built during the colonial period (17th century) and is famous for its elegant architectural details. One of its main features is its beautiful baroque-style façades adorned with numerous statues, columns, and decorative elements. We can also climb the stairs of one of the towers, from where we can enjoy a privileged view of the Plaza de Armas.
To conclude this religious circuit, we will visit The Church of San Blas, built in the 16th century, it is located in the Plaza de San Blas, an ideal spot for tourists seeking a panoramic view of the city. The Church of San Blas is one of the oldest temples in the city and is famous for its pulpit. Some say it was made by Juan Tomás Tuirutupa, a carver who, as a result of being cured of leprosy, made a pulpit from a trunk. It also features remarkable paintings and pre-Columbian engravings. Additionally, the church's ceiling is adorned with beautiful carved wooden ceilings.
This concludes our religious circuit tour, hoping you have enjoyed these mysterious and impressive churches.
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