We travelled to the Sacred Valley and the village of Pisac. Located some 45 minutes drive to the north and east of Cusco.
The village itself is a good experience, with a local food market and an artisan market in full swing. So much colours and and Music. Very tasty foods.
High above the village is one of the best preserved hilltop villages of the pre-conquesta era. Researchers believe that Písac was built around 1440, and defended the southern entrance to the Sacred Valley, as it had religious, military and religious sections.