There is a site on the top of the mountain. The preserved things are piles of relatively broken stones, but here you can overlook the entire city landscape at the foot of the mountain, so there are more tourists, which is okay.
The main thing here is to be able to overlook a whole view of the entire ancient city. Others don't seem to touch me too much. The ancient city is still quite beautiful. They are all houses with red roofs, which feels good.
Sacsayhuaman is located on a high mountain, and its historical status here is comparable to that of Machu Picchu, but its reputation is relatively small. Standing in Sacsayhuaman and looking at the entire city, it is still very beautiful
On the way to Machu Picchu, Sacsayhuaman is a must pass. Here is also the land of the Inca civilization with a very long history, and the buildings are also very spectacular, and they are still fairly well preserved.
Sacsayhuaman and Machu Picchu can be said to be equally important, but their reputation is still slightly inferior to Machu Picchu. The scale here is very grand, and its stone formation is very memorable.
Receiving tourists to the city of Cusco, Sacsayhuaman is a former Inca mountain fortress, located in the northern suburbs of the ancient Inca capital Cusco. This strong "fortress" made of huge stones sits on a steep hillside overlooking the city and offers a wide view of the southeast valley. In 1983, Cusco and Sacsayhuaman were included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. Today this ancient fortress is the grand stage of the annual Inca festivals-Inti Raymi and Warachikuy.
The average altitude of the local area is 3400m. It is recommended that tourists just come to drink some local Ku Ke tea to ease, and move forward slowly.
Welcome to Peru to travel and experience the mysterious Inca culture!
Saxewarman is an old town in Cusco with old churches, lively old streets and old houses. Walking here with the obvious Peru and Spanish colonial double character is really a tasteful place to experience.