We have already seen some museums in Cusco so now it is time to mention the religious ones. Out of seventeen churches, convents and monasteries in and around the historical center, nine of them open their doors as museums also.
The Religious Tour in Cusco:
In addition to the Boleto Turístico, you can also get the Boleto Integral in case you want to visit these religious attractions:
The Cathedral (plus Triunfo and Sagrada Familia churches), S/25
The Archbishop, Art Religious Museum, S/15
San Blas church, S/15
San Cristobal temple, S/10 (see a hike to this site and other attractions nearby)
You can buy this Boleto Integral in any of these places for S/50 and it lasts 10 days. The visit is everyday including Sundays and holidays but they open at different hours (the Cathedral opens as late as 10am). Closing time is 6pm, but San Cristobal is closed at 5pm.
You can also visit them separately (the individual rates are to the right of each place).
The Combined Ticket:
This boleto is another good choice too because you can visit these two high spots for just S/15:
They both share the same opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 8:30 to 5:30 and Sunday 2 to 5pm (the Convent opens even on holidays).
The partial ticket costs S/10 and S/8, respectively (for further information, please check their websites).
The Other Religious Museums:
Compañia de Jesus church:
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday 9 to 11am and 1 to 5pm.
La Merced convent museum:
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday 8 to 12:20 and 2 to 5:30pm.
San Francisco de Asis convent museum:
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 9 to 12 and 3 to 5pm; Saturday 9 to 12pm.
How to Get to These Religious Places:
All these places are within walking distance from the main square of Cusco but it is always cool to check our map:
Do You Know the Other Religious Places in the City of Cusco?
These may not be museums, but their architecture is worth a visit too:
Santa Clara, San Pedro, Almudena, Santa Ana, Santa Teresa, Recoleta, Belen, and Santiago.
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