Ruins of Ollantaytambo (called by locals Ollanta) is a town in the Sacred Valley of the Incas near Cuzco in the Southern Sierra region of Peru. This is where the Incas retreated after the Spanish took Cuzco. Much of the town is laid out in the same way as it was in Inca times.
Pisac (or Pisaq in Quechua-spelling) is a small town about 35 km from Cuzco. Pisac is most of all famous for its Sunday market, but also for some ruins dating from about the same time as Machu Picchu. Pisac lives at a very different pace than nearby Cuzco. There is something very harmonious about the whole place, a harmony that evades explanation.
Igreja de San Domingo, construída sobre as ruínas do templo inca Koricancha, em Cusco #Peru
Great big corner stone, Incan fortress of Sacsayhuaman, just outside Cuzco, Peru
Peru, Colca Canyon, Arequipa The Colca Canyon is a canyon in southern Peru about 100 miles (160 kilometers) northwest of Arequipa. It is more than twice as deep as the Grand Canyon in the United States 4,160 m. However, the canyon's walls are not as vertical as those of the Grand Canyon
Machu Picchu Llama Trekkers on the Inca Trail pass through the Intipunku (the Sun Gate) at sunrise, but head there when it clears out by late morning and you’ll be able to enjoy the landscape in peace.