The Boleto Turístico del Cusco, or Cusco Tourist Ticket, is a set-fee ticket that grants the holder access to a wide range of archaeological sites in Cusco and the Sacred Valley, as well as five museums in Cusco.
Boleto Turístico Prices and Duration
The full Boleto Turístico remains valid for 10 days. International students are eligible for the discount rate if they have a valid student card.
If you don’t want to see all the attractions -- or you don’t have the time -- a partial ticket (boleto parcial) might be a better option.
The attractions covered by the full Boleto Turístico are divided into three circuits (see below). Tickets for Circuit 1 are valid for one day; tickets for Circuits 2 and 3 are valid for two days.
Attractions on the Boleto Turístico and Partial Tickets
The full Boleto Turístico covers all of the attractions listed below, while partial tickets cover one of the three circuits.
(Circuit 1; see map)
(Circuit 2; see map)
- Museo de Arte Popular
- Museo de Sitio del Qoricancha (museum only, not the Qoricancha site)
- Museo Historico Regional
- Museo de Arte Contemporaneo
- Monumento a Pachacuteq (Pachacuteq Statue)
- Centro Qosqo de Arte Nativo (native art and folkloric dance)
(Circuit 3, Sacred Valley; see map)
The Boleto Turístico does not include the following: Machu Picchu, the Religious Circuit (temples), the salt mines, the Pre-Columbian Art Museum, the Inka Museum, the site of Qoricancha and the Casa Concha museum.
Transport and guides are also not included in the full Boleto Turístico or circuit tickets.
Where to Buy Your Boleto Turístico
The Boleto Turístico del Cusco is distributed by the Comite de Servicios Integrados Turistico Culturales Cusco (COSITUC). You can buy your tourist ticket from the COSITUC office and tourist information point on Avenida El Sol 103, and from selected tourist offices and authorized travel agencies.
The Boleto Turístico is also available at some of the major archaeological sites in and around Cusco.