The Religious Circuit Ticket (CTR), administered by the Archbishopric of Cusco, allows you to enter four important religious-themed destinations in Cusco such as: Cusco Cathedral, San Blas Temple, San Cristobal Temple and the Archbishop's Palace (currently under maintenance).
The religious circuit ticket allows you to see the most impressive expressions of religious art of the colonial era, such as paintings and sculptures that portray the reality of the time and the imagination of artists influenced by the fusion of Inca and Spanish culture.
- Children do not pay until they are 9 years old and must present an identity document proving their age.
- The fare is the same for both nationals and foreigners.
- To purchase tickets for both national and foreign students, they must prove with a valid official card issued by their university, there is no age limit.
- The religious circuit ticket cannot be purchased online, its purchase is in person and has no limit of availability so you can buy it the same day of your visit.
OTHER RELIGIOUS TICKETS:
The archbishopric of Cusco also manages the entrance to the "Temple and Convent Santo Domingo de Guzman", formerly the temple of Coricancha, on its foundations was built a church of the religious order of the Dominicans "Church of Santo Domingo". Clearly you can appreciate the Spanish influence on the Inca culture and how the Spanish imposed their culture and tradition over everything they considered blasphemous.
The cost of the entrance to the temple and convent of Santo Domingo is: s/15.00 (soles) in general and you can buy it in the same place.
The archbishopric of Cusco also manages the entrance to the temple "San Pedro Apostle of Andahuaylillas", known as "The Sistine of America" which is part of the circuit to the southern valley of Cusco. The cost of the entrance to this place is: s/15.00 (soles) in general and you can buy it in the same place.