Travel to the fertile valley around Cusco that was the crop producer for the capital. Its famous Inca terraces are visible even today. Follow the valley and visit Pisac, one of the most interesting and well preserved Inca cities with its temples and buildings. Travel further down into the village to mingle with the locals in the Sunday market of the new colonial village.
The colors of the costumes and the produce sold in the market, with the most plentiful item being coca leaves, cannot cease to enchant the visitor. Continue to Ollantaytambo, where the steep terraces represented a serious obstacle before the advancing Spanish army when it pursued last Inca king when he fled Cusco. End the visit in Chincero, in another picturesque market.