It has houses of colonial architecture, some conserving the walls of the time of the Incas. Another attraction is the Plaza Manyaraqui, with fountains that were used for the worship of water.
Another of the curiosities of Ollantaytambo is that the traditions and the way of life of the Incas is very present in its inhabitants, including the language and the customs. That is why it is known as "Inca Pueblo Vivo".
Archaeological remains, natural areas.
Cultural tourism, historical tourism, photography.
How to get there:
Throughout the year.
When to go:
By land from the city of Cusco, at a distance of 90 kilometers by bus or train.
Dry between April and December and rainy from January to March.
Transportation, lodging, food.
Cusco, Valle Sagrado.