Ruinas de El Shincal, Londres

(4.7/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
Discover the remote and little-known pre-Columbian ruins at Ruinas de El Shincal. Historically inhabited by Paziocas, the site became an Incan stronghold sometime between the 15th and 16th centuries. While not as grand as other Incan ruins in South America, the picturesque mountain vista and flat, accessible terrain make this an essential visit. Head up the Inca steps on the hills that flank the ruins for the best panoramic vantage point of the surrounding area. Take a camera along for the chance to capture roaming llamas in natural habitat. To visit Ruinas de El Shincal and get the most from your holiday in Londres, create itinerary details personal to you using our Londres family vacation planner.
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  • Not know if could consider is a visit obliged but was interesting walking and climbing for see the beautiful landscapes that surround to these ruins. Obviously, there is the splendor that surrounded the inca civilization, as you could see in Machu Picchu, for example. What Yes there are that have in has are those schedules. Walk at noon can be overwhelming, in summer, so it is best to go early, around 8: 30 to carry out the activity, without any mishaps. That itself, only can climb them stairs made in the Hill if van in the last hours, the of them 16 hours. For the rest of the visits, is forbidden to ascend. The visit in itself, is not suitable for people with mobility problems.
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  • Necessary knowledge of the Inca Empire their advancements, its discipline, its conquests in our country. Essential to understand our present and part of our culture
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  • The site has been very reconstructed so is little of the original buildings. The Museum is small but clear and full. The explanation of the guide was bounded.
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