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Archetypical Inca street Worth a quick look.

You should at least walk thru this street and admire the stonework. You could see the difference... read more

Reviewed yesterday
bigwawao
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New York City, New York
INCA STREET

Inca street that connects the temple of the sun with its central square. But walking through it at... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
tyleorc
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Quito, Ecuador
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“inca walls” (6 reviews)
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Cusco, Peru
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Reviewed yesterday

You should at least walk thru this street and admire the stonework. You could see the difference between original Inca stone work and those that were repaired by the spaniards. You can also use this stree to go to the temple of the sun from...More

Thank bigwawao
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Inca street that connects the temple of the sun with its central square. But walking through it at night becomes disappointing when you feel the smell of urine on the walls as if it were a public bath. The government could take better care for...More

Thank tyleorc
Reviewed 7 September 2017

It is one of the streets that you will pass during your tourist visit in the city and is one more example of the Inca's architecture. It is a narrow road and combines the old and new elements.

Thank KaterinaBouza
Reviewed 25 June 2017 via mobile

It is great to see that even after the amazing power of destruction of the Spanish, there are still incredible small streets and corridors that kept intact the magnificence of Inca architecture. Beautiful to see and beautiful to walk

1  Thank Ricardo B
Reviewed 8 April 2017

The alleyway that leads to the Plaza de Armas is very quaint and has a very well preserved example of Inca Masonry mastery. Not usually that busy and is for pedestrian use only.

Thank Tony G
Reviewed 19 February 2017

Very traditional street in the city of cusco and very famous to be able to visit, you do not need to pay anything just walk thanks.....

Thank klaus L
Reviewed 1 February 2017

I discored this passage walking through the city, the view is amazing and in the middle there is a small market and alpacas! you can have fun and feed them and take pictures!

Thank Victoria B
Reviewed 28 December 2016 via mobile

Located just off the main square (next to the curch). Interesting stons on the wall and on the floor.

Thank Ofir M
Reviewed 24 October 2016

This is one of a few old passageways where you can imagine yourself back in the time of the Incas and beyond when walls we re carefully made to last!

Thank kirstine2013
Reviewed 18 October 2016

On each side you will notice the different of Inca architecture in different time!! You can notice the different of the stone used. There are local people dress up as Inka or local women carry baby alpaca waiting to take photos with you at cost...More

Thank May L
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