Cusco Tourist Ticket: visit everything!

The Cusco Tourist Ticket is a ticket that allows you to visit up to 16 tourist attractions in Cusco, among which are: Sacsayhuaman, Pisac, Ollantaytambo, Chinchero, Moray and more. This ticket is the cheapest way to get to know the main destinations in Cusco. Your purchase is included in most tours.

Tourist Ticket of Cusco
Tourist Ticket of Cusco


What is it?

The Cusco Tourist Ticket is the best option to visit the main tourist attractions of Cusco.

The ticket offers a visit to up to 16 tourist attractions divided into three partial groups: a) sites in the city of Cusco, b) sites in the South Valley and museums, and c) sites in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. There is also a comprehensive ticket that includes all 16 sites.

Currently buying this ticket is the only way to visit the main Inca archaeological sites such as: Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Pucapucara, Tambomachay, Tipón, Piquillacta, Pisac, Ollantaytambo, Chinchero and Moray.


What tourist attractions does it include?

These are the tourist attractions included in the Cusco Tourist Ticket:

Ticket type
Tourist attractions
Partial Ticket 1✓Sacsayhuaman, ✓Qenqo, ✓Pucapucara and ✓Tambomachay.
Partial Ticket 2✓Tipón, ✓Piquillacta, ✓Contemporary art museum, ✓Regional Historical Museum,
✓Popular art museum, ✓Coricancha site museum, ✓Qosqo center of native art
✓Monument to the Inca Pachacutec.
Partial Ticket 3✓Pisac, ✓Ollantaytambo, ✓Chinchero and ✓Moray.
Full Ticket✓Sacsayhuaman, ✓Qenqo, ✓Pucapucara and ✓Tambomachay.
✓Tipón, ✓Piquillacta, ✓Contemporary art museum, ✓Regional Historical Museum,
✓Popular art museum, ✓Coricancha site museum, ✓Qosqo center of native art and ✓Monument to the Inca Pachacutec.
✓Pisac, ✓Ollantaytambo, ✓Chinchero and ✓Moray.

How much?

These are the prices and discounts of the Cusco Tourist Ticket:

Tourist Ticket Cusco
Foreign tourist
Student and under 18 years of age foreign *
Peruvian tourist
Peruvian student and under 18 years old *
Partial Ticket 170 S /.70 S /.40 S /.40 S /.
Partial Ticket 270 S /.70 S /.40 S /.40 S /.
Partial Ticket 370 S /.70 S /.40 S /.40 S /.
Full Ticket130 S /.70 S /.70 S /.40 S /.
* Students are people from 10 to 17 years old and university students with a valid ID.

Where to buy it?

The Cusco Tourist Ticket cannot be purchased online. The only way is in person through the offices of the Cosituc (Committee of Integrated Cultural Tourism Services of Cusco):

The opening hours are from Monday to Friday from 8 in the morning to 5:30 in the afternoon. Saturdays from 8.30 in the morning to 12.30 in the afternoon.


Does it include Machu Picchu?

The Cusco Tourist Ticket does not include the entrance to Machu Picchu.

Entrance to Machu Picchu is purchased at the offices of the Disconcerted Directorate of Culture Cusco (Calle Maruri 324, Cusco).

The ticket to Machu Picchu can also be purchased online through the official website: https://www.machupicchu.gob.pe/.

Check here the official prices of tickets to Machu Picchu.

Tourism agencies also offer entrance tickets to Machu Picchu for an additional cost (intermediaries between the tourist and the Disconcerted Directorate of Culture Cusco).

This last option (buying online) is the most recommended option for tourists. Remember that the entrance to Machu Picchu has limited availability.


How long can I visit everything?

Partial Ticket 1 – Allows 1 day to visit all the tourist attractions included (Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Pucapucara and Tambomachay).

Partial Ticket 2 – Allows 2 days to visit all the tourist attractions included (Tipón, Piquillacta, Museum of contemporary art, Regional Historical Museum, Museum of popular art, Coricancha Site Museum, Qosqo Center of Native Art and Monument to the Inca Pachacutec).

Partial Ticket 3 – Allows 2 days to visit all the tourist attractions included (Pisac, Ollantaytambo, Chinchero and Moray).

Integral Ticket – Allows 10 days to run all the tourist attractions included: (Sacsayhuaman, Qenqo, Pucapucara, Tambomachay, Tipón, Piquillacta, Museum of contemporary art, Museum Historic Regional, Museum of popular art, Museum of the Coricancha site, Qosqo Center of native art, Monument to the Inca Pachacutec, Pisac, Ollantaytambo, Chinchero and Moray).


Recommendations

If you plan a trip on your own (without a tour) and of several days through Cusco; the best option is to buy the Comprehensive Cusco Tourist Ticket.

If you travel with children you can access a special discount. The same in the case of college students. In addition, Peruvian citizens have access to discounts.


More information

The Cusco Tourist Ticket does not offer a tour guide service.

The ticket can only be used once at each tourist attraction.

The purchase of the ticket is in person. A person can purchase more than one ticket. The validity of the ticket starts from the moment of purchase.

 

By Machupicchu Terra – Last updated, July 19, 2021


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Cusco is one of the most famous tourist destinations on the planet. Its main attraction, without a doubt, is Machu Picchu. Only the Inca city receives more than 1.5 million visitors a year. To get there you must take a flight from the city of Lima, capital of Peru. Although there is also the possibility of taking a bus. The trip by air takes a little over 1 hour. The trip by land, approximately 20 hours. You can also start from other cities such as Arequipa, Puno, Puerto Maldonado or even La Paz (Bolivia). Learn more about this route to the ‘Navel of the world’.

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