This is the largest aboriginal living community in the area, where you can stroll through their open-air market, eat their most authentic local food, and of course feel their various cultures.
A small town for tourists to learn about the local aboriginal culture and customs is not exactly a place for tourists, but it is also a place where they live for generations, so I think it is also good and it is worth seeing.
Chinchero is a place where you can experience the life of the locals very well. This is a place with a long history. The people here still retain a lot of traditional culture and customs. It is a place worth experiencing
The altitude here is high and the clouds feel very low. The Indians in the square buy things cheaper. Starting from Chinchero all the way is basically going down. It takes more than an hour to drive along the Urubamba River to Ouyantai.
Chinchero is a must-visit small town in Cusco. In a town with a history of more than 2,000 years, you can still feel the profound Inca culture. Although the language is not fluent, you can experience the difference through its architecture, clothing and food
Chinchero is Cusco's most famous ancient Inca town, where the culture has a strong Inca culture characteristics, are some very old houses, some have centuries of history. People here wear the traditional Inca costumes and on special days, the Inca celebrations are held in the squares of the old town, very lively.
Chincherro is an ancient village in Cusco, where many of the Inca people still live in daily life. The town is usually very quiet, the residents here mostly in the Inca traditional costume, people are very enthusiastic, you can spend a whole day here, looking for the different scenery of the ancient town.
Chincherro is an ancient Inca town with a history of more than 2,000 years. Most of the buildings are four or five hundred years old, and there are many sites of the Inca villages where you can experience the life of the Peruvians, not only a town with history but also a humanistic settlement.
Chincherro is an old town in Cusco, with a rich Inca culture, stone houses and many of the exterior walls painted with exquisite frescoes. The people here also wear traditional Peruvian costumes, very special, to take pictures here, to stroll around the streets and small, really interesting.