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We paid 15 soles to enter the museum and it was very worth it! It includes a guide that takes you through everything and explains the history behind it. Our guide was amazing, one of the best we ever had. The catacombs are small but...More
I only went in here by accident, thinking it was just a small church. In fact it's a museum and catacombs. S15 to get in, which includes an English-speaking guide. It's two stories with cloisters, choir, library, refectotu, chapels and a huge beautiful church. Only...More
Really enjoyed the half an hour hour of this museum. Got a great flavour of how life must have been like for the Franciscan monks. Also houses one of the biggest paintings in the world - it’s enormous!
No photos allowed inside so nothing to show you but it was very interesting. Historical, lots of Art and very inexpensive to get in just a few bucks. We stumbled onto it as we passed by. Very close to Plaza de armas.
Lots of large scale oil on canvas paintings including the largest paining in the Latin America are kept in a good condition. Library with about 15,000 old books was impressive. The choir room was amazing. We were able to see only one catacombs, the basement...More
We visited this church mainly for the catacombs. Entrance fee is only s/15 (~$5) per person, and surprisingly included a guided tour! Our guide was great and pretty thorough. Our walk included explanations and history of the different rooms and items in the church, including...More
This was our last sight that we visited before leaving Cusco and it was a great ending to our trip. We weren’t sure about paying the admission fee at first but are so glad that we did. The admission fee goes towards restoring this amazing...More