● February 2nd to 11th - Virgen de la Candelaria Festival: Known as Peru's biggest religious festival. It is celebrated with many activities, filled with dances, music, and unique colors from many Quechua, Aimara, and Half-blooded traditions from the region.
● May 3rd - Alasita's festival: Religious festivity that commemorates the finding of the wood log that Jesus Christ was crucified. The main activity is the annual mass, followed by a procession around the city. During the procession, believers take "Alasitas" with them to be blessed by the Sacred Cross. This "Alasitas" represents everyone's desires, hoping these little handcrafts will become real someday.
● June 24th - Inti Raymi: It was the most important religious festival from the Inca empire. It celebrates the winter solstice, which marks the beginning of the harvest season. It is a festival filled with colors and joy that surprises every tourist that attends this event.