Cusco Tour:
ANDEAN BAROQUE ROUTE AND THE SOUTH VALLEY

First Place Visited:
Virgen Purificada de Canincunca

First Place Visited:
Virgen Purificada de Canincunca

First Place Visited:
Virgen Purificada de Canincunca

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Second Place Visited:
San Juan Bautista de Huaro

Second Place Visited:
San Juan Bautista de Huaro

Second Place Visited:
San Juan Bautista de Huaro

Third Place Visited:
San Pedro Apóstol de Andahuaylillas

Third Place Visited:
San Pedro Apóstol de Andahuaylillas

Third Place Visited:
San Pedro Apóstol de Andahuaylillas

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Fourth Place Visited:
Portada de Rumiqolqa

Fourth Place Visited:
Portada Rumiqolqa

Fourth Place Visited:
Portada Rumiqolqa

Fifth Place Visited:
Complejo Arqueológico Tipón

Fifth Place Visited:
Complejo Arqueológico Tipón

Fifth Place Visited:
Complejo Arqueológico Tipón

3 amazing churches-not just Andahuaylillas. These three churches are a real highlight and make a great day trip from Cusco. They are spectacularly painted with amazing wall decoration and paintings. While Andahuaylillas is the most famous Huaro is just as good and the 3rd 500m beyond Huaro is simple, but also fascinating. You can do it by public transport or, if you are flying out that evening, hire a driver to visit all three and then drop you off at the airport. Don't miss!!!
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General Information

  • Departures:Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays from Cusco.
  • Duration:Full day. From 9:00am to 5:00pm approximately.
  • Places Visited:Churches in Canincunca, Huaro and Andahuaylillas; Rumiqolqa Facade and Tipon Archeological Center
  • Cost:45 soles per person*
  • Includes: Transport and Guide (English or Spanish)
  • Tour does not include: Lunch, entrance tickets for the three churches (S/10 soles for national visitors, S/15 soles for foreign visitors) and Cusco tourist ticket for Tipon and Rumiqolqa.
  • *Children that occupy a seat must pay the normal tour rate. Children up to 4 years old are accepted without payment.

How to make your tour reservations and payment

  1. Step 1: See space availability in the calendar.
  2. Step 2: Fill out reservation form, you will receive a confirmation email with payment details.
  3. Step 3: Make payment within 24 hours to the Asociación SEMPA Account
  4. Step 4: Email proof of payment to info@rutadelbarrocoandino.com
  5. EStep 5: The commercial department will confirm your space for the tour.

Itinerary

The “Andean Baroque Route and South Valley” Cusco tour begins at 9:00am. We head towards the south of Cusco, in approximately an hour we arrive to the Chapel of the Purified Virgin of Cannicunca, built on top of an ancient Wari center and next to the Urcos lake.

Four minutes away from Canincunca sits our second destination – the Church of Saint John the Baptist of Huaro. The church possesses 60 sculptures and 50 canvas paintings of great quality and beauty as well as silver, rentables, and other possessions.

Our third destination is the the Church of Saint Peter the Apostle of Andahuaylillas. The church’s artistic majesty is reflected in the coffered ceilings in mudejar style, immense variety and richness of canvas paintings, such as the series dedicated to Saint Peter the Apostle, patron saint of the town, the polychrome ceiling and the triumphal arch of the main nave.

After visiting the church in Andahuaylillas we have the option of enjoying lunch at two restaurants in Andahuaylillas, alternatively visitors can choose a boxed lunch option.

The next stop, after lunch, is the Rumiqolqa facade which is situated in the eastern sector of the prehispánic city of Pikillacta. The facade was one of the main entrances to the city of Cusco and exit towards the Qollasuyo.

To end our tour we will visit the most important archaeological example of Incan hydraulic knowledge – Tipon. For the Incas Tipon was one of the major worship centers, here the Incas worshiped with care and reverence water. This complex received a special recognition in Civil Engineering by the American Society of Civil Engineers.

After enjoying the Andean Baroque Route and South Valley the approximate arrival time to the city of Cusco is 5:00pm.

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Itinerary

The “Andean Baroque Route and South Valley” Cusco tour begins at 9:00am. We head towards the south of Cusco, in approximately an hour we arrive to the Chapel of the Purified Virgin of Cannicunca, built on top of an ancient Wari center and next to the Urcos lake.

Four minutes away from Canincunca sits our second destination – the Church of Saint John the Baptist of Huaro. The church possesses 60 sculptures and 50 canvas paintings of great quality and beauty as well as silver, rentables, and other possessions.

Our third destination is the the Church of Saint Peter the Apostle of Andahuaylillas. The church’s artistic majesty is reflected in the coffered ceilings in mudejar style, immense variety and richness of canvas paintings, such as the series dedicated to Saint Peter the Apostle, patron saint of the town, the polychrome ceiling and the triumphal arch of the main nave.

After visiting the church in Andahuaylillas we have the option of enjoying lunch at two restaurants in Andahuaylillas, alternatively visitors can choose a boxed lunch option.

The next stop, after lunch, is the Rumiqolqa facade which is situated in the eastern sector of the prehispánic city of Pikillacta. The facade was one of the main entrances to the city of Cusco and exit towards the Qollasuyo.

To end our tour we will visit the most important archaeological example of Incan hydraulic knowledge – Tipon. For the Incas Tipon was one of the major worship centers, here the Incas worshiped with care and reverence water. This complex received a special recognition in Civil Engineering by the American Society of Civil Engineers.

After enjoying the Andean Baroque Route and South Valley the approximate arrival time to the city of Cusco is 5:00pm.