The Boleto Turistico is inevitable to enjoy all the tourist attractions Cusco offers. It is customary for visitors to pay the ticket upon arrival when visiting some national parks and interests. Still, this is not the case regarding Cusco tourist tickets, which sounds tedious. We will explain everything you need to know about the entrance ticket you should choose and the prices set by the Ministry of Culture Cusco (a government institution). And finally, we will give you some crucial tips.
This complete Cusco tourist ticket includes a total of 16 places to visit: including Inca ruins, art galleries, and museums in Cusco, except the tickets for Machu Picchu and the Inca Trail.
If you are planning to visit Cusco and the Sacred Valley, this is the ticket you have to buy. This ticket is valid for ten days. Let’s list the places covered by this ticket:
This partial ticket includes 04 places. These tourist attractions do locate on the outskirts of the city of Cusco.
If you are considering doing the City tour in Cusco, you must buy this ticket. Let’s list the places that this ticket covers:
This partial ticket includes 08 sites. These tourist attractions are:
If you are considering doing a tour of the South Valley and the museums in Cusco, this is the ticket you must buy.
Let’s list the places covered by this ticket: Qoricancha Museum (only), Casa Garcilaso Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art (no entrance ticket at the entrance door), Pachacuteq Monument (no entrance ticket at the entrance door), Tipon Archaeological Site, Folk Art Museum, Qosqo Center of Native Art, Pikillacta Ruins.
This partial ticket includes 04 places. These tourist attractions do locate in the Sacred Valley. If you are thinking of doing the Sacred Valley tour, this is the ticket you have to buy. Let’s list the places covered by this ticket:
At the main ticket office of Cosituc Cusco Av el Sol 103, half a block from the main square of Cusco. Or at any entrance door of the site included in the ticket.
No. All visitors must go personally or through a travel agency, but there is no problem if these do not sell out.
No! Tickets never sell out, even in the peak season.
No, it would help if you first exchanged dollars for soles.
No, it would help if you had cash or Peruvian round coins.
Yes, although it is better to buy them at the ticket store.