Live the Unique Experience of the Sacred Holy Week in the Sacred Valley & Machu Picchu Tour

Holy Week Tour

Before: $ 485From: $ 465Per personPrivate / Group


With the “HOLY HOLY WEEK TOUR“, you can take a walking tour through the historic center of the city, observing its main Inca streets, see palaces, temples, etc.. A walking tour of historical or cultural sites, often in an urban environment. Tours can last up to 3 hours.

These walks will be led by guides with knowledge of the historical and monumental sites, the landscape and the explanations and interpretations will cover the historical, cultural and artistic importance. In addition, we will take you through the millenary Cusco, Sacred Valley of the Incas Tour, where you will find the villages of Chinchero and its weavers, Pisac and its handicraft fair, Urubamba and its cosmopolitanism, Ollantaytambo with its fortress and its living Inca village.

And the next day we will arrive at Machupicchu, an ancient Andean Inca village, located at 2,430 meters above sea level; considered a masterpiece of architecture and engineering, one of the 7th wonders of the modern world.

The Sacred Holy Week Tour offers the following activities:

Walking Tour Cusco:

The Walking Tour in Cusco is a tourist activity that allows you to walk the cobblestone streets of the city, learn about its history and its main tourist attractions. During this tour you will visit the Plaza de Armas, the Cathedral of Cusco, the Temple of the Sun, among other places. In addition, you will have the opportunity to learn about the local culture and taste the delicious Peruvian cuisine.

Sacred Valley of the Incas:

The Sacred Valley of the Incas is an impressive natural landscape located in the surroundings of Cusco. Here, you can visit numerous archaeological sites such as Pisaq, Ollantaytambo and Chinchero, as well as enjoy the beauty of the Andean landscape and the beautiful corn and potato crops grown in the area.

Machu Picchu Tour:

The Machu Picchu Tour is one of the most popular tourist activities in Peru. Machu Picchu is an Inca citadel built in the 15th century high in the Peruvian Andes, and is considered one of the Seven Wonders of the World. During the tour, you will visit the ruins and learn about the history of this ancient city, as well as enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the Andes and the surrounding nature.



  • Day 1: Arrival – Walking Tour Cusco
  • Day 2: Sacred Valley of the Incas
  • Day 3: Tour to Machu Picchu/ End of the service

Day 1: Walking Tour Cusco 3399 meters

  • Pick up from the Airport or Terminal
  • Transfer to your hotel in Cusco
  • Accommodation at your selected hotel
  • Pick up from Hotel 13:30 pm
  • Visit to the Main Square of Cusco
  • Visit to San Blas neighborhood
  • Visit to the 12 angles stone
  • Hospital Street
  • Almudena Cemetery
  • End of tour 17:30 pm

Day 2: Sacred Valley of the Incas 2,700 mts.

  • At 7:30 am pick up from the central hotel.
  • Beginning of the tour, directions by our guide.
  • Stop at the Taray Viewpoint
  • Visit to the Archaeological Center of Pisaq
  • Lunch in Urubamba
  • Visit of the Archaeological Center of Ollantaytambo
  • Tourist Train ride from Ollantaytambo-Aguas Calientes
  • Overnight in Aguas Calientes

Day 3: Machu Picchu 2400 mts.

  • Breakfast at the hotel
  • Transfer by Bus(CONSETTUR) to Machupicchu
  • Guided visit to Machupicchu (2 hours aprox)
  • Return by bus to Aguas Calientes
  • Travel by Tourist Train Aguas Calientes-Ollantaytambo
  • Travel by bus from Ollantaytambo to Cusco.
  • Arrival to Cusco city
  • At the appropriate time transfer to Cusco airport.
  • End of services



Our tour begins picking you up from the Hotel at 13.45 hrs we start the tour with the transfer from the hotel to the Almudena Cemetery, built between 1846 and 1850 during the government of Marshal Ramon Castilla who had ordered the construction of a cemetery in the city of Cusco for health reasons because until then and since the colony, the burials were made in the basements of the churches of the city. For its construction was used material from the Convent of San Agustin, currently the Marriot Hotel, which was destroyed by cannon fire by order of Marshal Agustin Gamarra.

From this place we will walk down to the Ejército Avenue Bridge that already existed in Inca times being part of the road that linked the capital of the empire with the Contisuyo in 1934 celebrating the four hundred years of the Spanish founding of the city, the bridge was rebuilt with a neocolonial style.

14.15 hrs We will pass through Hospital Street, where we will see the location of the second of the colonial hospitals built in Cusco called the Hospital de los Naturales. In the San Pedro Market we will stop to learn about the history.

We will move on to San Francisco Square where the Botanical Garden is located and then along Marqués Street we will get to know the Cusquenian traditions of the historic center.

On our way to the neighborhood of San Blas, we will pass by Hatun Rumiyoq street, this is a pedestrian street whose southeast edge is the Inca wall of the palace of the Inca emperor Inca Roca. It is unknown when the construction of the building that today is the Archbishop’s Palace of Cusco began.

We will go up the San Blas slope to reach the Plaza of the same name, we walk through the streets of the oldest neighborhood of Cusco. From Tandapata street to San Blas square where we will find the paccha of 40 falls, the Church of San Blas (optional).

We will find one of the best art collections in the city, distributed in stores, galleries and workshops; at the end of the slope just before the square of San Blas, you will find the gallery exhibition and sale of the renowned craftsman Hilario Mendivil.

GALLERY OF HILARIO MENDIVIL AND FAMILY, next to the Plaza San Blas is the exhibition of the renowned artisan Hilario Mendivil and family. This artist was one of the best in terms of traditional imagery; his art, with elongated collars inspired by llamas and alpacas, is unmistakable and recognized worldwide.

It is said that the long necks were used to hide inside rolled canvases that were sent to Europe; although it is only a rumor. His religious works are impregnated with the daily life of the people of Cusco; you can see chicha sellers in religious scenes. Although Hilario Mendivil and his wife have passed away (in 1977 and 1999 respectively), his family continues his legacy and many of them continue to create beautiful works of art.

15.30 hrs From here we will board the transportation that will take us to the Cooking Class, together with the chef we will prepare with local products a healthy and nutritious diet to demonstrate to the world the richness and variety of the Andean and Peruvian gastronomy, we will enjoy the cooking class and then we will taste it as dinner.

17.30 hrs The Walking Tour will finish transferring you to your hotel or leaving you near the Plaza de Armas so you can enjoy dinner or stroll through the historic center.


  • Tourist Transportation
  • Professional guide
  • Entrance ticket to the Cathedral
  • Entrance ticket to San Blas


  • Light clothing
  • Comfortable shoes/sneakers
  • Small backpack with personal belongings
  • Camera
  • Cash for shopping
  • Mineral water
  • Sunscreen and sun hat

Breakfast – Passenger / Lunch – Passenger / Dinner – Passenger


Breakfast at your hotel, the tour to the Sacred Valley of the Incas starts picking you up at your hotel between 07:50 hrs and 08:10 hrs,

Then we will start our trip to the Sacred Valley, we will stop at the Taray Viewpoint where we will observe the Sacred Valley.

We will take our transportation again and travel to Pisaq approx. 11:00 hrs we will visit the archaeological group of Pisaq, which includes a visit to the market in the town of the same name. 45 min approx.

We will take the bus and cross the Sacred Valley to the town of Urubamba where we will have our buffet lunch.

At 14:30 hrs after lunch we will go to Ollantaytambo where the town still maintains its splendor of when the Incas inhabited it (45 min),

After the tour to Ollantaytambo at 16:00 hrs we will leave you very close to the train station on foot (5 min), we will board the train according to the chosen schedule and we will go to Machu Picchu Pueblo.

Arrival to Machu Picchu village where the hotel staff will be waiting for you at the exit of the station, with a small sign and your name.

In the evening we will have a meeting with the guide to arrange your visit to Machu Picchu.

The tour includes:

  • Tourist Transportation
  • Professional guide
  • Tourist Ticket
  • Buffet lunch in the Sacred Valley,
  • Expedition Train Ticket round trip Ollantaytambo – Machu Picchu


  • Comfortable clothes
  • Small backpack with personal belongings
  • Camera
  • Cash for shopping
  • Mineral water
  • Sun block and sun hat

Breakfast – Hotel / Lunch – Agency / Dinner – Passenger


At the agreed time after breakfast at the hotel, we meet the guide at the bus station to board the bus that will take us to the sanctuary of Machu Picchu travel time is about 30 minutes.

Upon arrival of the bus we will find the entrance door to the Sanctuary of Machu Picchu where we present our income, passport or identity card.

Together with the guide we will enter the Sanctuary of Machu Picchu and we will have a guided tour of approximately 2 hours, where we will know the important points of the Inca citadel.

At the end of the tour we will have free time to take pictures in Machupicchu.

Then the guide will say goodbye to us, so that we board the bus back to the town of Aguas Calientes, where we can enjoy a delicious lunch at a restaurant of your choice.

In the afternoon we will have time to visit the handicraft markets or a short walk through the city.

At the appropriate time we will board our Vistadome train arriving in Ollanta. 1.40 hrs. arrival at Ollantaytambo train station where our staff will be waiting for you to transfer you to your hotel in Cusco. 1.50 hrs.

At the appropriate time we will make the transfer to the airport in Cusco.

The tour to Machu Picchu includes:

  • Train ticket Ollantaytambo – Machu Picchu roundtrip
  • Bus up and down
  • Entrance tickets to Machu Picchu
  • Professional guide
  • Transportation Ollantaytambo-Cusco
  • Transfer Hotel – Airport


  • Warm clothes
  • Small backpack with personal belongings
  • Camera
  • Cash for shopping
  • Mineral water
  • Sun block and sun hat

Breakfast – Hotel / Lunch – Passenger / Dinner – Passenger



  • 1 night hotel in Cusco, all breakfasts.
  • 1 night hotel in Machu Picchu
  • All transfers
  • All tickets or entrance fees to the archaeological sites
  • Lunch: Sacred Valley
  • Transfer Terminal or Airport – Hotel in Cusco
  • Guide and Tourist Transportation

On Tour in Machu Picchu:

  • Tourist Train to and from Machu Picchu Expedition
  • Bus up and down Machu Picchu
  • Entrance to Machu Picchu Sanctuary
  • Professional guide in Machu Picchu
  • Transfer from train station Ollanta – Cusco

This tour does NOT include:

  • International and domestic flights
  • Personal expenses
  • Tips



Holy Week Holy Week Tour 3 Days / 2 Nights

PRICE PER PERSON in Double or Matrimonial Room

Minimum 02 people


Hotels in Cusco:

Hotel Príncipe III, Hotel Mayu Cusco, Miski Tayta

Hotel Machu Picchu Pueblo:

Inkas Land, Mapi Seven, Andino Machu Picchu

Type of train Tourist

Roundtrip: Expedition (Peru Rail) or The Voyager (Inca Rail)


Hotels in Cusco:

Hotel Saska Boutique, Hotel Inca Wasi, Munay Wasi

Hotel Machu Picchu Pueblo:

Hotel Hatun Inti Classic, Hotel Ferre Machu Picchu, Hotel Santuario

Type of train Tourist

One way: Expedition (Peru Rail) or The Voyager (Inca Rail)


Hotels in Cusco:

Hotel Xima Cusco, Hotel Sonesta Posada, Casa Andina Catedral

Hotel Machu Picchu Pueblo:

H. Taipikala Machu Picchu, H. Casa Andina Standard, H. Tierra Viva

Type of train Tourist

Roundtrip: Vistadome Observatory or 360 Lounge (Inca Rail)

Important Note:

If in the Hotel 2 or 3 service you prefer to add the VISTADOME Train service, the additional cost is US$ 40.00 per person round trip.

Differential prices for students, children, infants.


Holy Week Holy Week Tour 3 Days / 2 Nights

PRICE PER PERSON in Double or Matrimonial Room

Minimum 02 people


Hotels in Cusco:

H. Palacio Manco Capac, H. JW Marriot, Libertador Palacio del Inca

Hotel Machu Picchu Pueblo:

H. Belmond Sanctury Lodme, H. Sumaq Machu Picchu, H. Inka Terra Machu Picchu

Type of train Tourist

Roundtrip: Vistadome observatory or 360 Lounge (Inca Rail)

Important note:

THE VOYAGER – IncaRail or EXPEDITION – PeruRail Train service, if you prefer to add the VISTADOME Train service the additional is US$ 45.00 per person one way and return.

Differential prices for students, children, infants.

  • H. Inkas Land
  • H. Mapi Seven
  • H. Andino Machu Picchu
  • H. Hatun Inti Class
  • H. Ferre Machu Picchu
  • H. Santuario
  • H. Taypikala
  • H. Tierra Viva
  • H. Casa Andina Estándar
  • H. Inka Terra
  • H. Sumaq
  • H. Belmond Sanctuary Lodge

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Getting to know Holy Week

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Questions for the Holy Week Tour

What is the best time to travel to Cusco?

The best time to travel to Cusco is during the dry season, which runs from May to October. During this period, the weather is generally dry and sunny, with daytime temperatures ranging from 18°C to 22°C. Nights can be quite cold, with temperatures dropping around 5°C, especially in June and July.

The rainy season in Cusco runs from November to March, and during this period you can expect regular rains, especially in January and February. Rainfall can be heavy and can cause disruptions to transportation and tourist activities.

Keep in mind that, although the dry season is the best time to visit Cusco in terms of weather, it is also the busiest time in terms of tourism.

Cusco City Tour

During the city tour you will visit the main tourist attractions of the city of Cusco. Starting at the Cusco Cathedral, Qoricancha, Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Puka – Pukara and finally Tambomachay.

Cusco, ancient capital of the Inca Empire, is a historic and touristic city in Peru. There are many things to see and do in the city of Cusco that can include:

  • The Plaza de Armas: is the historic heart of the city and is the place where the Cathedral of Cusco and the church of the Society of Jesus are located.
  • The Temple of the Sun: also known as “Qorikancha”, it is one of the most important surviving Inca buildings in the city.
  • Sacsayhuaman: is an Inca fort built on a hill near Cusco. It is known for its impressive stone walls with giant blocks fitted with precision.
  • Qenqo: where there is an Inca sanctuary and a cave with inscriptions and carved figures.
  • San Pedro Market: a place to buy handicrafts and souvenirs.

Other Inca ruins in the city:

  • Barrio de San Blas: one of the most bohemian places in the city, it is famous for its art workshops, restaurants and bars, and for its panoramic views of the city.
  • Take a stroll through its streets and squares to appreciate its architecture and feel its atmosphere, as well as taste its delicious traditional food in its restaurants.

About the Sacred Valley of the Incas Tour

The Sacred Valley is a region in Peru, near Cusco, that is famous for its Inca ruins and for its impressive landscape of valleys and mountains.

There are several villages in the Sacred Valley that can be visited as part of a tour, some of the most popular are:

  • Pisac: is known for its Inca ruins, which include a fort and ceremonial plaza, as well as for its handicrafts market.
  • Urubamba: is a small, quiet town that is a good place to relax after exploring the Inca ruins, and is the place to enjoy a delicious buffet lunch on tours of the Sacred Valley.
  • Ollantaytambo: is a town steeped in history with an impressive Inca archaeological center and ceremonial plaza. It is also the starting point for the train to Machu Picchu.
  • Chinchero: is a small town with Inca ruins and a colorful handicrafts market.

In addition to visiting these villages and archaeological sites, you can also make excursions to visit other tourist activities, such as ATVs in Moray.

In the Sacred Valley you can do different outdoor activities, hiking, ATV activities, rafting, rappel, mountaineering, mountain biking, among other activities.

The best way to visit the Sacred Valley of the Incas is with a travel agency to better organize this excursion and enjoy the most of this experience. This tour usually includes transportation, guides and entrance fees to the different ruins, lunch in excellent restaurants.

What is the weather like in Cusco?

The climate in Cusco varies according to the time of the year.

  • The dry season (April to October): During this time, the weather in Cusco is generally dry and sunny, with temperatures ranging between 18°C and 20°C. Nights can be cold, with temperatures dropping as low as 5°C. This is the best time to visit Cusco, as weather conditions are ideal for exploring the city and outdoor activities such as hiking and trekking.
  • Rainy season (November to March): During this season, Cusco experiences frequent rains and cooler temperatures, with an average temperature of 16°C. Nights can be cooler, with temperatures dropping as low as 3°C. Rainfall can be quite intense and prolonged, which can make outdoor activities difficult.

It is important to keep in mind that the weather in Cusco can be unpredictable, even during the dry season. It is advisable to wear appropriate clothing for the weather and be prepared for sudden changes in temperature and rain.

Machu Picchu Tour

Machu Picchu is one of the most famous archaeological sites in the world and one of the main attractions of Peru. The visit to Machu Picchu begins in the city of Cusco, from where you have to go to the station folded Machu Picchu, is the base town to access Machu Picchu.

Once arrived at Machu Picchu village, you can go up by bus or walking to the entrance of Machu Picchu. Once inside, visitors can explore for a period of 2 hours, following the marked trails and seeing the main attractions, such as the ruins of the main square, the temples, the cultivation terraces and the panoramic views.

There are different types of circuits to visit Machu Picchu, depending on the time and availability,

It is important to mention that you must book in advance because there is a daily limit of visitors allowed, due to the importance and fragility of the place.

What to see in Machu Picchu

  • The Intihuatana, The Temple of the Sun: a large ceremonial building, probably dedicated to the god Inti, the sun god in Inca mythology.
  • The Main Temple: A large structure with an impressive panoramic view of the nearby mountains.
  • The Main Street: The main road that runs through the center of the city and connects the main areas of Machu Picchu.
  • The Sun Gate: The main entrance to Machu Picchu and one of the most iconic points of the city.
  • The thermal baths: Inca system of thermal baths.
  • The Huayna Picchu mountain: an optional hike that offers even more impressive panoramic views of the ruins of Machu Picchu, the hike lasts 1 hour uphill to climb the Huayna Picchu mountain.

What to bring on my trip to Cusco?

If you are planning a trip to Cusco, there are some important items you should take with you to make sure you are comfortable and prepared for any situation. Some of the items you might consider bringing are:

  1. Appropriate clothing: Due to the variability of the climate in Cusco, it is important that you bring clothing suitable for different weather conditions. Include warm clothes for cold nights, comfortable clothes for walking, and comfortable, sturdy shoes for exploring the ruins and trails.
  2. Sunscreen: Cusco’s altitude means that the sun can be very strong during the day, so it is important to bring sunscreen to protect your skin.
  3. Water bottle: The altitude can also cause dehydration, so it is important to stay hydrated.
  4. Medication: If you take any medications regularly, make sure you bring enough for your trip. It is also a good idea to bring some basic medications for headaches, upset stomachs and colds.
  5. Cash: Although most places in Cusco accept credit cards, it is advisable to carry cash in Peruvian soles for shopping in local markets, paying for cabs and tipping.
  6. Plug adapter: If you are coming from another country, you may need a plug adapter for electrical outlets in Peru.
  7. Camera: Cusco is a beautiful place with many interesting landscapes and tourist attractions, so you will want to capture many memories in photos or videos.
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