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Ticket for Religious Circuit

The city of Cusco is filled with history but also with spirituality. Here we provide all the information about the Religious Circuit in Cusco.
Plaza de armas City Tour Cusco
Main Square of Cusco

During your visit to the city of Cusco, you must not miss the opportunity to visit the churches built during the colonial era. The Religious Circuit Ticket (CTR), managed by the Archdiocese of Cusco, allows entry to four important religious destinations in Cusco:

  • The Cathedral of Cusco
  • San Cristóbal Temple
  • Archbishop's Palace

The Religious Circuit Ticket allows you to explore the most impressive expressions of colonial religious art. You will be able to see the art of the Cusqueña School, which is characterized by depicting the reality of the colonial era and the fusion of Inca and Spanish cultures.


Integral (3 religious sites)S/.50.00
Cusco Cathedral BasilicaS/.40.00
Archbishop's Palace Museum of CuscoS/.10.00
San Cristóbal TempleS/.5.00


Cathedral Complex9:30 a.m. to 06:00 p.m.
Archbishop's Palace9:30 a.m. to 06:00 p.m.
San Cristóbal9:30 a.m. to 06:00 p.m.


  • Children under 9 do not pay and must present an identity document to verify their age.
  • The rate is the same for both Nationals and Foreigners.
  • The religious circuit ticket cannot be purchased online, it must be bought in person.
  • There is no limit on availability, so it can be purchased on the day of the visit.
Cathedral of Cusco. Source: CuscoPeru.com
Cathedral of Cusco

Other circuits

There are other circuits that allow you to get close to other religious architectural works in the city of Cusco.

Andean Baroque Circuit

This circuit allows you to visit various churches in the province of Cusco

  • The Society of Jesus in the City of Cusco
  • San Pedro Apóstol de Andahuaylillas, “The Sistine Chapel of America”
  • San Juan Bautista de Huaro
  • Chapel of the Purified Virgin of Canincunca

In these places, you can observe the murals, altarpieces, and paintings of the temples that highlight the fusion of religions. This circuit is named for its architectural style, which is Baroque.

This route, in addition to being full of history and religiosity, raises funds for the implementation of social programs in nearby communities, with the sale of handicrafts.

Santo Domingo Church and Convent

The Santo Domingo Church was built on the foundations of what is the Temple of Qoricancha. With the Spanish conquest, the culture, tradition, and religion were imposed on the Inca people, building this church as an important shrine for the worship of the Sun God.

This temple is considered the start of Andean architectural mestizaje, as it is one of the first religious complexes built after the Spanish conquest.

Qoricancha Cusco. Source: CuscoPeru.com
Santo Domingo Church built over the Qoricancha