Sacred Valley Secrets

Updated: Oct 8, 2020

Valle Sagrade – or the Sacred Valley - lies about 15 km north of Cusco – the number one visited city in Peru. Thousands of tourist come to Cusco every day, attracted by the famous world wonder Machu Picchu and many decides to spend few days by exploring all the other Incas sites, Sacred valley has to offer.

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The pink granite temple in Pisac

A multitude of agencies offer fast exploring tours to Sacred Valley, trying to jam as much as possible into one day and rushing you through each place towards the another one. If you don’t have much time to spare, go for it, it is a great way how to see the most important sights in one day. However, if time is not an issue for you, follow our advices and rather go exploring the Sacred Valley on your own, absorbing the atmosphere and enjoying the wonderful nature of local people.

How to get to the Sacred Valley