|Route||First Bus||Last Bus|
|Ollantaytambo to Cusco||00:00||00:55||BOOK NOW|
|Ollantaytambo to Centro||00:00||00:55||BOOK NOW|
|Ollantaytambo to Hidroelectrica(cusco)||00:00||00:45||BOOK NOW|
|Ollantaytambo to Hidroelectrica||00:45||09:30||BOOK NOW|
|Ollantaytambo to Santa teresa (cusco)||09:20||09:30||BOOK NOW|
|Route||First Bus||Last Bus|
|Cusco to Ollantaytambo||00:00||00:00||BOOK NOW|
|Centro to Ollantaytambo||00:00||00:00||BOOK NOW|
|Hidroelectrica(cusco) to Ollantaytambo||00:30||14:30||BOOK NOW|
|Santa teresa (cusco) to Ollantaytambo||15:30||15:30||BOOK NOW|
|Hidroelectrica to Ollantaytambo||14:30||14:30||BOOK NOW|
The best time to visit Ollantaytambo is in the dry season, from April to December, because during the rainy season the routes may be affected.
The climate in Ollantaytambo is dry from April to December, and rainy from January to March. During the nights, the wind is usually moderate. The average temperature of Ollantaytambo is 57.92°F. The minimum annual temperature is 41°F and the maximum temperature is 73.4°F.
Location: Horno Calle, Ollantaytambo
Bar that has an excellent mood, perfect to share with friends after a tourist day.
Location: Patacalle, Ollantaytambo
Hours: 9 a.m.- 12 p.m.
Bar and restaurant that has a good view of the Ollantaytambo ruins. It offers typical Peruvian dishes.
Location: Redondel de Ollantaytambo, Calle ventiderio, Ventiderio, Ollantaytambo
Hours: 11 a.m.- 10:00 p.m.
This restaurant offers delicious dishes of a very good quality. Also, it has excellent prices.
Location: Avendio Ventiderio, Ollantaytambo
Hours: 7 a.m. – 10 p.m.
Restaurant that offers varied dishes, among them there are vegetarian options. The style of the place is of homemade and healthy food.
It is a barracks that functioned as a place of administrative control, signal station, food depot, as a communication and water supply center, and as a fort.
This building is the house of the Sun, and it is made up of 17 overlapping terraces, which are a succession of platforms located near the center square and the town. Also, it has a higher group of platforms, which are higher than the previous group.
This museum shows the history of the region in a simple and interesting way. It has five rooms that expose the main attractions of the Ollantaytambo culture, architecture, archeology, crafts and other elements related to the settlers of the region.
Museum that shows the use of Peruvian cocoa seed. In this place tourists can learn to prepare handmade chocolates. Also, visitors can buy several cocoa products such as chocolate bars, beers and even tea.
|Ollantay Raymi||June 29th||Traditional festivity that dramatizes the story of Ollantay. This story is about a forbidden relationship between the general Ollanta and Cusy Qoyllor, daughter of the Inca Pachacutec.|
|Señor de Choquekillka||From May 19th to 27th||This is the most important celebration of the region. The Ollantaytambo municipality and other neighboring villages organize several cultural activities such as typical dances. Peruvian and foreign tourists come to participate in the events.|