Cusco: Convention promotes tourism in the Andean Baroque Route
The development will be promoted through the enhancement of monuments and cultural spaces in the area, and strengthening local capacities.
Cusco. The Convention Andean Baroque Route Huaro-Canincunca Andahuaylillas-Cusco-Peru, sponsored by the Society of Jesus, will take place thanks to the commitment of 7 institutions, which cooperate in tourism development in the territory using their abilities.
The quantitative research embodied in the book "A future destination", shows the potential to constitute Andahuaylillas and surroundings in a sustainable tourist destination.
Andahuaylillas colonial hometown located 40 kilometers from the city of Cusco, has a moderate flow of tourists, mainly foreigners, who visit the temple for a few minutes as they pass out to the city of Puno, and post road to Cusco .
This step does not generate tourism income and not many get to know the neighbors Huaro districts, where stand the Church of San Juan Bautista and Canincunca Chapel with its natural and living culture.
The purpose of the agreement is the efficient use of skills and resources to share among all its specific projects to promote sustainable tourism development on the value of cultural and monumental temples Andahuaylillas San Pedro Apostle, San Juan Bautista de Huaro and the chapel of the Virgen de la Candelaria de Canincunca, under the name of "Andean Baroque Route-Canincunca Huaro Andahuaylillas-Cusco-Peru."
The agreement involved the parishes of Andahuaylillas and Huaro of the Society of Jesus; SEMPA Association, responsible for the administration of the Road, Center Jesus Obrero (Ccaijo) Andahuaylillas, the Universidad Antonio Ruiz de Montoya, the World Monuments Fund and Backus Foundation.
The main purpose of institutions is to continue the enhancement of these temples and attractions of the first magnitude.