QenqoLocated 25 minutes from the city (5 km northeast), the archaeological site of Qenqo (Q’enqo) is made up of carved stone remains that had a high religious value for the Incas. Although the place was devastated by the Spanish conquistadors, holes, steps and gutters can still be seen on the immense rocky promontory that occupies the central part of the complex. You can reach it walking or by public transport, along the road that connects the city of Cusco with the Sacred Valley of the Incas.