Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Perched atop a ridge, with plummeting cliffs on either side, Pisac and the landscape surrounding them transport visitors to another time. Built in the 15th century, the once-great citadel served a triple purpose, with evidence of religious, military, and agricultural structures. Local residents still use the brilliantly designed, tiered plots of land for farming purposes. Allow two hours to climb up to the ruined citadel, a few hours for exploration while you're there, and one hour to get back down to town. Bring water and snacks for the trek. Take a look at our Pisaq family vacation planner to schedule your visit to Pisac and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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Pisaq is really well known for its archeological site. It's true that this is impressive, but the little village itself is also really cute and worthed a visit. I especially appreciated the fact that ... read more »
Ficamos encantados com paisagem e a historia de Pisac, onde até covas de mumias tem! é demais! normamente é a primeira parada do Vale sagradoWe were delighted with the landscape and the history of Pisac, where even graves of mummies has! is too much! usually is the first stop of the Sacred Valleyshow original
Uno ya a varios kilómetros por la ruta se lo puede divisar, Cuando uno llega al lugar realmente es imponente, El tamaño de las terrazas es increíble, el lugar tiene una energía si igual. Nada que envi... read more »One already several kilometers along the route can see it is, when one arrives to the place really is impressive, the size of the terraces is amazing, the place has a power if equal. Nothing to envy to Machu Pichu. Beautiful to walk slowly and sit on their terraces to take some mates and admire this wonder.show original
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