Ollantaytambo is one of our favourite towns in the Sacred Valley. It is located approximately 60 kms. from Cusco and is one of the best surviving examples of Incan architecture. ‘Ollanta’ as it is known by locals has a tiny population of just over 2000 and its narrow cobblestone streets have been continuously inhabited for over 700 years. This is quite literally the end of the road in the Sacred Valley and is the last stop before you get the train to Machu Picchu.