Tours and tickets to Inti Raymi
Inti Raymi is celebrated every year on June 24. It was the festival of the sun, the most important festivity of the Incas, where thousands of people gathered in Cusco, the capital of the Tahuantinsuyo empire. Today, hundreds of years later, the people of Cusco continue to celebrate this religious festivity, revaluing their historical past. If you are lucky enough to visit Cusco on that date, you can choose to add other promotional services, such as the trip to the Sacred Valley of the Incas, the Mountain of 7 Colors and, of course, the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu.
Inti Raymi your way
The Inti Raymi is an event highly anticipated by the people of Cusco. That day thousands of tourists from all over the world arrive in the city of Cusco to appreciate the staging in Coricancha, Plaza de Armas and Sacsayhuamán. To appreciate it, you can choose between the all-inclusive tour or just the tickets for the show in Sacsayhuamán.
Inti Raymi Full Day Tour
Inti Raymi Tickets
Take advantage of your visit to Cusco to see the Inti Raymi and learn about other tourist attractions
Inti Raymi is celebrated in Cusco every June 24. That day many tourists arrive in Cusco, so the entrances to all destinations in the region are full. Don’t miss out on visiting Machu Picchu and the other tourist attractions. Book a multi-day tour that includes Inti Raymi and travel safely.
Inti Raymi and Machu Picchu Tour
Cusco City Tour + Inti Raymi and Machu Picchu
Inti Raymi Cusco + Machu Picchu and Sacred Valley
Cusco, Inti Raymi, Sacred Valley, Machu Picchu, Maras Moray
Inti Raymi and Machu Picchu City Tour Cusco + Sacred Valley and South Valley
Inti Raymi prices
Inti Raymi is held every year on June 24. That month is considered high tourism season as thousands of visitors arrive in Cusco and Machu Picchu. For a better experience it is necessary to book the tour or tickets in advance. Learn about several options here to better enjoy the show.
Inti Raymi Tickets (Sacsayhuaman Only)
What services should the Inti Raymi include?
Inti Raymi is one of the most popular events in Cusco and Peru. Every year on that date thousands of visitors from all over the planet arrive. To appreciate the main show in Sacsayhuamán it is necessary to purchase the ticket in one of its three seats. In addition, for a more complete experience, you can choose the all-inclusive tour that offers: full tourist transportation (round trip), entrance to the Sacsayhuaman seat, full tour guide, and lunch special box lunch Know the services included!
Meeting in a central point of the city of Cusco.
Full tourist transportation (round trip).
Entrance to Sacsayhuaman seat.
Professional tour guide (in Spanish and English).
Final transfer to the tourist’s hotel
Optional: armchair in Coricancha (for extra payment).
Inti Raymi, the most important festival in Cusco
Inti Raymi is the most important festivity in Cusco throughout the year. Every June 24, thousands of tourists gather to appreciate this famous and massive spectacle.
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Tourist destinations to visit that include Inti Raymi
Inti Raymi is celebrated every June 24. In this week, many tourists take the opportunity to get to know the other tourist attractions of Cusco, such as: the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu, the Vinicunca (the 7-color mountain), the Sacred Valley of the Incas and the South Valley of Cusco. Learn more!
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Frequently asked questions about Inti Raymi
Inti Raymi is an event that generates many doubts among tourists. When is celebrated? Do I have to buy tickets? Can I watch the show for free? Learn here the frequently asked questions (and answers) from tourists from all over the world.
What day is Inti Raymi? Where is it held?
Inti Raymi is a festivity in Cusco that is celebrated every June 24 in homage to the Inca festivity of Wawa Inti Raymi. It takes place in the city of Cusco, at an altitude of 3,399 meters above sea level.
What to see at Inti Raymi?
In the Inti Raymi you can see a show with hundreds of actors and actresses who interpret the Inca festivity of the same name, abolished when the Spanish arrived in the 16th century. The show takes place on three stages: the Coricancha, the Plaza de Armas and the Sacsayhuamán fortress.
How much does the Inti Raymi tour cost?
Inti Raymi tickets allow entry to the show in Sacsayhuamán. Prices vary depending on the area chosen: orange seat (190 USD), red seat (190 USD) and green seat (130 USD / 56 USD for Peruvians).
Can I watch Inti Raymi for free?
Yes, the Inti Raymi show in Coricancha and Plaza de Armas is free for all (the show is appreciated standing up). The show in Sacsayhuamán has a cost. However, there is an outdoor space (no seats) where many people from Cusco watch the show. Tourists are advised to purchase a seat in advance.
How much does the Inti Raymi show in Coricancha cost?
The Inti Raymi show in Coricancha costs USD 40 per tourist, which can be added or booked separately in the Inti Raymi tour.
Does the Inti Raymi include transportation and other services?
No, the entrance to Inti Raymi does not include transportation, guide, or meals. It only includes access to the show in Sacsayhuamán.
How much does an Inti Raymi tour with Machu Picchu cost?
The Inti Raymi tour (June 24) + the all-inclusive Machu Picchu Full Day tour costs $450 for foreigners and $340 for Peruvian tourists. Recommended!
Can I buy tickets to Inti Raymi in Cusco?
No, the tickets to Inti Raymi must be purchased online. If you do it in Cusco with a few days or weeks left before June 24, you will not find availability.
What are the requirements to see the Inti Raymi?
To see the Inti Raymi show in Sacsayhuamán you need to buy an entrance ticket in advance (1 or 2 months) . The show in Coricancha and Plaza de Armas are free for everyone, but it requires finding a good location hours in advance.
What does the Inti Raymi tour include?
The Inti Raymi Full Day tour includes: entrance to the show in Sacsayhuamán (entrance to Coricancha optional), professional guide service, full tourist transportation and box lunch.