Cusco Half Day Tour:
Andean Baroque Route

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:
The Society of Jesus

Fourth Place Visited:
The Society of Jesus

Fourth Place Visited:
The Society of Jesus

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 (From Cusco): Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
Duration: Half-Day 8:00AM- 13:00PM (Approximately 5 Hours)
Locations/ Stops: The Temples of Canincunca, Huaro, Andahuaylillas and the Church of the Society of Jesus (Cusco)
Cost: S/. 60 soles per person.*
Includes: Transportation and tours of the temples.
NOT Included:: Entrance Fee of the 4 Temples (General Ticket- S/. 25 Student Ticket- S/. 15 National/Domestic Tourist Ticket S/. 15)

 

*Children that occupy a seat must pay a normal price, Children up to the age of 4 will be accepted, given that they do not occupy a seat

How to reserve and pay for a tour

  1. Check the availability of reservations on the calendar (online).
  2. Fill out the reservation form. You will receive a confirmation email with the payment details
  3. Submit and finalize your payment during the next 48 hours under the account “Associación SEMPA”;
  4. Submit your proof of purchase to the email: info@rutadelbaroccoandino.com
  5. Please allow 24-48 hours the confirmation of the reservation and tour.

Itinerary

The tour in Cusco “Ruta del Barroco Andino”; begins at 8:00AM. We leave towards the south of Cusco and, in approximately 1 hour, we arrive at the Chapel of the Virgen Purificada de Canincunca, located over a historical Wari (Pre-Incan Culture) center adjacent to the lake of Urcos.

Shortly after only a few minutes from Canincunca, we arrive at our 2nd location, the Temple of Saint John the Baptist of Huaro. In this temple, more than 60 sculptures and 50 canvases of great beauty and quality, apart from silversmith work are altarpieces and other refined furniture, can be found.

Our 3rd destination is the Saint Peter the Apostle Temple in Andahuaylillas, whose majestic artesenal majesty is reflected in the
Mudejar influenced craftsmanship. The great variety of canvases –such as those dedicated to Saint Peter the Apostle, patron saint of Andahuaylillas– and the polychrome of the ceiling and the triumphal arch which separates presbiter from the main vessel.

After the Temple visit in Andahuaylillas, we will be arriving in Cusco at approximately 12:30PM to our 4th destination, the Temple of the Society of Jesus, whose construction began in 1576 on top of the Incan Temple of Amaru Cancha. This was reconstructed after a devastating earthquake in 1650. Its interior conserves impressive major altars of cedar wood covered in layers of gold. Such is the same with the rich collection of sculptures and paintings from the School of Cusco.

Tour Availability

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Tour reservation in Cusco: Andean Baroque Route

Reserva: Full Day Ruta del Barroco Andino y Valle Sur
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Itinerary

The tour in Cusco “Ruta del Barroco Andino”; begins at 8:00AM. We leave towards the south of Cusco and, in approximately 1 hour, we arrive at the Chapel of the Virgen Purificada de Canincunca, located over a historical Wari (Pre-IncanCulture) center adjacent to the lake of Urcos.

Shortly after only a few minutes from Canincunca, we arrive at our 2nd location, the Temple of Saint John the Baptist of Huaro. In this temple, more than 60 sculptures and 50 canvases of great beauty and quality, apart from silversmith work are altarpieces and other refined furniture, can be found.

Our 3rd destination is the Saint Peter the Apostle Temple in Andahuaylillas, whose majestic artesenal majesty is reflected in the
Mudejar influenced craftsmanship. The great variety of canvases –such as those dedicated to Saint Peter the Apostle, patron saint of Andahuaylillas– and the polychrome of the ceiling and the triumphal arch which separates presbiter from the main vessel.

After the Temple visit in Andahuaylillas, we will be arriving in Cusco at approximately 12:30PM to our 4th destination, the Temple of the Society of Jesus, whose construction began in 1576 on top of the Incan Temple of Amaru Cancha. This was reconstructed after a devastating earthquake in 1650. Its interior conserves impressive major altars of cedar wood covered in layers of gold. Such is the same with the rich collection of sculptures and paintings from the School of Cusco.