Many travelers take the route that leads from Cusco to Titicaca Lake, to Bolivia or to the South of Peru. However, not all the visitors know the existence of many places of interest nearby to Cusco city that are emplaced on the route, that are located to the southeast of this ancient inca capital.
The proposal to create a new touristic product of cultural court and called "The Baroque Route", must be by the presence of three patrimonial monuments of XVII & XVIII centuries.
The exceptional qualities of these four temples; The Jesus Company in Cusco, of the San Pedro apostle in Andahuaylillas, of the San Juan Bautista of Huaro and the chapel of Candelaria Virgin of Canincunca, make it possible to be put into value this tour for share with the visitor, a important moment in the history of southern andean towns, not just through their expressions but through its baroque legacy.
Also into this route you can find Tipon, Urcos, Pikillaqta and the lagoon of Huacarpay.