Cities near Yucay
- 1Peru3 reviews
The emotional and unpredictable Andes mountain definitely make the flying memorable.
- 2Peru69 reviews
Charming city located in the near some of the most spectacular ruins in the world. The city itself has a lovely old town, where you can see precolombian influences melding with spanish colonial influences. Even if it weren't near Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley, Cusco would be worth a visit.
- 3Peru8 reviews
Pisac was full of color and small town charm. The city was home to a popular outdoor market held every Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday that we stopped at along our tour of the Sacred Valley. There were also Inca ruins and numerous agricultural terraces in the hills of Pisac from the Inca period that we were told were still used ...
- 4Peru11 reviews
An unexpected highlight of our visit to Peru. Ollantaytambo is a gorgeous little town sandwiched between old Incan ruins and gorgeous mountain scenery. The town feels local but still has plenty of tourist infrastructure. A nice place to sit in a cafe, enjoy a great cup of coffee and marvel and the scenery and local life. We stayed at a ...
- 5Peru5 reviews
Chinchero is a small town outside of Cusco and a popular spot for tourism in the Sacred Valley for its Inka ruins, textiles museum and outdoor market. This was actually our first stop on our tour of the Sacred Valley. Inka ruins: There was a large stone wall in the town and from a high point, I saw many agricultural ...
- 6Peru193 reviews
A UNESCO World Heritage Site. One of the New Seven Wonders of the World. The Lost City of the Incas. Machu Picchu was well worth the trek. Hiking to Machu Picchu via the Inca Trail, we first saw Machu Picchu from the Sun Gate. What an amazing view! You could also take the Peru Rail train from a neighboring city ...
- 7Peru23 reviews
Dumpy little town with little of interest other than the river and the tourist infrastructure. The riverside location and nearby mountains still give it charm. More pleasant than I expected given the reputation.