Walking tour of Cusco, the imposing imperial city, an example of the harmonious coexistence of Andean and Spanish cultures. You'll start with a visit of the Plaza de Armas (main square), where you'll see the cathedral, considered the city's most important Catholic temple. Then continue walking to the Koricancha temple, an ancient Inca palace and center of worship of the sun god, on which the Dominican order built a church that still stands today. Your tour ends with a visit of the bohemian district of San Blas, also known as the artists' quarter, home to renowned folk craftsmen, with its narrow, winding streets and shops selling art and knick-knacks of all kinds.