Baroque Route in Cusco
In this amazing Baroque route tour you will explore theree temples: all of them located in the South Valley, the landscape and the snow cap mountains that join the capital of the Inca Empire with the jungle of Madre de Dios and Titicaca Lake. The baroque route at the begining was a commercial axis, preceding the Incas, for the transport of many products like gold, silver, coca leaves and animal fibres. Since that time, archaeological sites can be found in its path, such as Tipon and Rumicolca, and ancient fabric factories as the one that can be found in Lucre town. the baroque route is formed by small villages where the main activity is farming and traders and there are also towns of sorcerers, bakers, brick builders, and of course musicians and dancers who pay homage to the Virgen of Carmen and the Lord of Qoyllor Riti.
- From 8:30 am to 1.30 pm
- Pickup from your hotel at 8:00 am
- Stops in South Valley of Cusco (three sites):
- The Chapel of the Virgin of Canincunca Purified
- Church of San Juan Bautista Huaro
- Sistine Chapel of America”.
- Back to Cusco
BAROQUE ROUTE -ITINERARY
The first in the Baroque route you will get a better understanding of life in colonial times, along the tour will visit 3 amazing baroque churches in the South Valley of Cusco:
then The Chapel of the Virgin of Canincunca Purified ” , this chapel is located next to the Lagoon of Urcos . This small church has incredibly beautiful murals.
Church of Saint John Baptist of Huaro where you will be able to appreciate an incredible chorus, reminiscent of the colonial time.
Finally St. Peter the Apostle Church in Andahuaylillas , especially relevan, better known as the ” Sistine Chapel of America “. In conclusion the baroque route one product created by Nig Adventures.
What’s included in your tour-Baroque route?
- English-speaking Guide
- Tourist ticket: 50 soles for the 3 baroque churches
Private tour (Minimum 2 people)
$150 total per group (2 – 6 people)
$200 total (7 – 13 people)