What will we do?
You will start the visit to the Compañía de Jesús, a Catholic church in the Plaza de Armas. It is one of the most beautiful and significant monuments in America, it brings together a combination of unique features such as its Gothic style. Then, you will walk to the Convent of Santa Catalina. It is made mainly of adobe and stone, on the foundations of an Inca acllahuasi (cloister of Inca princesses who worshipped the sun). The tour continues to the Museum of Religious Art which, under its carved cedar ceilings and behind its spectacular stained glass windows, houses a collection of colonial religious paintings, being the most complete of the Cusco School. In its exterior foundations, you can appreciate the famous Stone of the twelve angles, an icon of the Inca architecture of the city of Cusco. You will continue the route to Hatun Rumiyoq, - which means "major rock" in Quechua - a stone wall (green diorite) located on the street of the same name. Hundreds of tourists pass by every day to be photographed next to this impressive specimen. Along Hatun Rumiyoq Street, you can also see huge mansions from the colonial era, as well as buildings dating from the viceroyalty. All this makes this street one of the most tourists of Cusco.