Huaro, oropesa and Tipon
These small towns are the inevitable fate of any traveler that lie south of the city of Cusco in which can be reached by bus or taxi, this package is also included in our packages and are gems of Andean culture. “Huaro” is a colonial town whose main attraction is its church, on the side of the large square.
Continue to the town of Oropesa, a beautiful place with its large square and church richly dressed, amid a quiet and totally ecological, away from the bustle of the city and in harmony with the residents of this city can enjoy a nice day and savoring delicious food in different restaurants around. It is considered the national capital of bread in all.
Their varieties and sizes, from packages to huge “Shiites” breads that are about 50cm in diameter, from which one comes, sees everywhere a strong smell of bread, find producers at work and may even knead their own bread.
If you want to reach these people in your stay in Cusco, you can request to email@example.com and besides making your reservation you can meet this and other towns of the city of Cusco
In Cap highlights an extraordinary colonial mansion, is part of the hamlet of “Qespikancha” once owned by the Marquis of San Lorenzo of Shady Valley (1650-1802), is undoubtedly the most important rural monument of the colonial legacy in the today it is entirely abandoned. There is a section where some “real enclosures”.
They were sent by the Inka build Wiraqocha as refuge for his father Yawar Wakaq after his escape in the war against Chankas, is in a mild and sheltered gorge at 3500 m