The best part of visiting the ruins from Cuenca is that there is a daily bus at 9am that gets you directly to the ruins (for $7 return) - the downside is it takes over 2 hours in a bus that was at times standing room only as it stops at all the small towns on the way through Canas.... 更多
I went to the Ingapirca Inca ruins which was amazing my tour company Expediciones Apullacta set me and friends up with one of the best tours i ever had the wore very profesional and i learn a lot like Ingapirca means (inca Wall) i recommend this Agency rather than the top rated ones since their ratings seem fake anyway im... 更多
It's a step back in time to walk along the ruins of the Inca's from2000 years ago. See the temples to the sun and moon gods and learn how the lived based on the two goods.
Great example of Inca ruins. Although not a huge site, it is still very impressive. The Temple of the Sun is particularly spectacular. Even though it was cloudy and rainy, I was able to obtain some very attractive photos.
The archaeological complex of Ingapirca or Ingapirca Ruins is located 80 kilometers northeast of Cuenca, in the province of Canar. This place is amazing because, it has at least 500 years of existence; the area occupied by the archaeological complex is approximate four hectares where several buildings and evidence of another nature are. There, you will hear some interesting and... 更多
Ingapirca is the largest and best preserved archaeological complex of Ecuador, is located 80 km from the city of Cuenca, in the province of Cañar. In the complex you can see the different architectural units, including Temple of the Sun, the oldest building at Ingapirca, Pilaloma which is composed of a series of rectangular rooms. What I liked the most,... 更多
Ingapirca archaeological complex is located in the province of Canar. in this place you can learn more about the culture of the Incas in Ecuador, during the tour you can see buildings made with stones where the Incas lived .There is a place where you can buy souvenirs . you can visit it from Monday to Sunday from 9:00 to... 更多
Archaeological Complex "Ingapirca" for me it is the biggest archaeological complex and better preserved place that we can find in Ecuador. This beautiful place is locatedin the Cañar province. This site has a wonderful combination of copper deposits used by the culture “Cañarí”. The entry to this place has fare of 5 dollars and the tour is done with the... 更多
This is a very important site for Ecuadorians, the place where the Inca and Canari people learned to coexist. We had a very informative English tour with Christian, if you have the opportunity to request him you should. It is not as grand as Matchu Pitchu but equally important. The tour takes 45 minutes to an hour and the self... 更多