Pisako does not face running water on his back to the mountains. Because of his high anti-edema, we live in relatively low Pisako and Ouyantai. Pisako is the Chinese New Year's Eve, Carnival in Peru, the central square is very busy. The town's Pisako site is spectacular, but it's not recommended to climb up front. It's too high and tired. It's recommended to take a taxi from town to the top of the back hill, then climb down the hill, and finally get out of the central square. It's worth the money to rent a car for 25 ropes up the hill. We also walked for more than four hours while playing. At the ticket-checking office on the top of the back hill, my aunt was selling big dishes of rice, boiled chicken legs and seven requests for a share. The whole site is very large and beautiful.
Pisak site is an important part of the Cuzco Inca site, which should have been a large sacrificial site in the past. Semi-circular arc staircases, as well as huge temples, show that this was once a political and religious center, and large sacrificial ceremonies should be held regularly. Even today, thousands of years ago, we can still feel his grandeur and importance.
Pissack is another Sacred Valley site that I'm glad I didn't give up. The terraces and pastoral scenery here are beautiful and pleasant. The Sacred Valley deserves its position in the granary and back garden of the Inca Empire. Saxwarman, a large military fortress outside Cuzco, overlooks the famous ancient capital of the Inca Empire and concludes today's journey.
A place with beautiful scenery. He has expansive terraces, natural scenery, green trees and excellent air.
It's very busy and the market is very open. Golden terraces and stretching mountains make it very pleasant to nostalgia for this natural flavor.