South of the city of Cusco, coming from the highlands, archaeological sites are of different characteristics. One before the Incas, one with a distinct and unique building style and the third that impresses with its water distribution system, are forced point of his tour to understand the grandeur of the Inca empire.

Pisac

Pisac

It is an archeological park that is considered as one of the most important in Cusco, its construction corresponds to the peak of the Incas time and is located over a mountain few kilometers from Pisac town.

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Ollantaytambo

Ollantaytambo

It is one of the most amazing archeological parks of Peru, due to its diversity of architectonic types and the singularity of each of them, The building techniques they used are not completely known yet, with megalithic stones that correspond to irregularly shaped polyhedrons and amazingly finished.

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Moray

Moray

Moray is an amazing archeological complex made up of admirable terraces systems with big terraces that are overlapped with a center in common, taking the shape of a gigantic theater. It is about of natural gigantic holes, that were used to build terraces around them with their own irrigation aqueducts.

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Chinchero

Chinchero

It is a traditional town located 28 kilometers from Cusco, known by its people and its crafts, also known by being an enormous archeological storage place with Inca palaces, squares, shrines, terraces, paths and aqueducts.

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Huchuy Qosqo

Huchuy Qosqo

It is an archeological place located over the range across from Lamay town and 5 km from Calca. It is made up of terraces, enclosures and remains of buildings.

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