A new and exciting tourist activity is the so-called “Route of the Andean Baroque”, which will allow us to explore Cusco’s religious history and to go back hundreds of years, throughout a visit to the churches and temples built during the colonial era. The exceptional characteristics of three temples —San Pedro Apóstol de Andahuaylillas, San Juan Bautista de Huaro, and the chapel dedicated to the Virgen de la Candelaria of Canincunca— make of this tour an unforgettable experience, and immerse the traveller in such an important historic moment of the Andean peoples.
Near this route, we will find the most important archeological complexes of the South Valley of the Cusco, such as Pikillacta and Tipón. This visit will take place after lunch, once we have finished the Route of the Andean Baroque. If you are interested in the mix of catholic and pre hispanic traditions with Andean culture, this tour is the perfect option for you.
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