The Boleto Turistico or Cusco Tourist Ticket is a paid ticket that allows you admission to many of the most popular attractions in Cusco and the surrounding region including archaeological sites and museums.
How much does the Boleto Turistico cost?
The complete tourist ticket is valid for 10 days, costs S/.130 for adults (Approx. $US46) and S/.70 (Approx. $US25) for students (A valid ISIC card must be shown) and includes entry into the following sites in and around Cusco:
- Cusco cathedral
- Religious Art Museum
- Church of San Blas
- Regional History Museum
- Puca Pucara
- Pisac ruins
- Ollantaytambo ruins
- Pachacutec Monument
- Performance of Andean dance and live music.
Other tourist ticket options:
If you are short on time and won’t be able to visit all these sites you can also purchase any of the following three partial tickets (boletos parciales) for S/.70 (Approx. US$25) per adult:
- Sacsayhuaman, Q’enko, Tambomachay and Puca Pucara. Valid for 1 day.
- Museum of Regional History, Museum of Contemporary Art, Koricancha Museum (but not Koricancha itself), Museum of Popular Art, Native Music and Dance Centre, Pachacutec Monument, Pikillacta & Tipon. Valid for 2 days.
- Pisac, Ollantaytambo, Chinchero & Moray. Valid for 2 days.
Remember: Even if you wish to visit just one of the attractions included in the tourist ticket, you still need to pay for the complete ticket as you are not able to pay entry into each attraction individually.
Where to buy your tickets:
Opening hours: Monday – Sunday 08:00 – 18:00.or at the DIRCETUR Tourist office on Calle Mantas in Cusco
Opening hours: Monday – Saturday 08:00 – 12:00 and 14.00 – 18.00.
You can also buy the ticket at any of the sites included in any of the tickets, (for example you can buy the boleto turistico for the Pisac ruins at the entrance to the ruins). There are no limits on the amount of tourist tickets sold so you don’t need to purchase them in advance and can buy your ticket when you arrive in Cusco.