Pisac Travel guide
Pisac : Michelin's recommendations
At the easternmost tip of the Holy Valley, Pisac, a bustling country town of colourful colonial buildings, is renowned for its picturesque Sunday market, also held, but on a smaller scale, on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Standing on a rocky ridge looking down on the right bank of the Río Vilcanota, the Inca ruins of Pisac, one of the most important archaeological sites of the Holy Valley, are the main attraction of this town.
Tourist attractions Pisac : Things to see and do
PER - Pisac
From the ruins of Pisac to the fortress of Ollantaytambo passing by the salt mines of Maras and the amazing terraces of Moray, the Sacred Inca Valley bears witness to the might of the Incan Empire in the 15C. The scale of the crops, the highly sophis..
Plaza de Armas PER - Pisac
Pisac market, liveliest in the late morning just after mass, is a treasure trove of surprises. From the profusion of fruit grown in the upper Andean valleys to an amazing variety of corn and potatoes found nowhere else, the wealth of local farm produ..
PER - Pisac
The Incan ruins of Pisac are among the most extensive and best-preserved archaeological sites of Peru. Dominated by a fort ( Q’Allaqasa which guarded the entrance to the Sacred Valley of the Incas), the site contains a religious sector ( Intihuatana..
Carretera Pisac Ruinas PER - Pisac
Located in Pisac, this hotel offers rooms with views of the historical Pisac ruins. It is a 15-minute walk from the city centre and offers free Wi-Fi and free parking. Rooms at the Hotel Royal Inka have rustic-style furnishings and include TV and he..