Unless you drive or charter a car, you won't be here for group tours. Climb up from the bottom of the river valley to the site at a high altitude. It overlooks the entire river valley, Indian villages, and soaring eagles in the valley. Among the many Indian ruins, the scenery here is absolutely top-notch.
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Pisac is a very grand site, where you can still feel the prosperity and high-level state of the Inca civilization back then. The journey is quite far away, but here is also a must-see attraction for the Inca civilization
Pisac is the most famous Inca settlement in Cusco. There are very large-scale terraces and the houses here are also very special. Not only can you see the scenery, you can also experience the life of the locals. Although language communication is difficult, the locals are very enthusiastic
We took a bus from Cusco to Pisac. The station was very simple. Seeing that the bus to Pisac was coming, we couldn't ask what time to leave, craned our necks and waited. The minibus is broken. It takes more than an hour to drive after 10 o'clock. After getting off the bus, I negotiated the price with the driver of the black car, and then went to the bakery to buy bread and egg tarts. The driver took us to the highest point, and then we visited and walked down. This is the first time to see such a large-scale Inca stone house, and it feels okay. Another characteristic of the Incas is the terraces (probably because there are too many mountains), with protruding diagonal rows of slabs between each floor, which can be stepped on to a higher level. Actually, I didn't go all the way down. I actually had to climb a section of the mountain while walking. The highest point was 3,525 meters. The weather is still rainy and sunny. Pisac’s scenic spots are scattered and the area is large. In the end, we came down after 16 o’clock and lunch was bread + coca tea, because the scenic spot did not have a canteen, and there was no restaurant, so we could only bring our own lunch and water. .
Pisat is an Inca monument, not much to see, like many remains in the country, only the foundations and the remaining walls, even if we were just walking around, it was a very heavy historical feeling