Warpa Picchu Eco-Aventura
Experienced, multi-lingual guide Pierre Verbist offers adventure tours in the area, including by 4WD. You can contact Pierre in advance...
Urpillay Tours cater mainly to Peruvian tourists and their guides mainly speak Spanish.
Museo de Arte Popular
The popular art here covers the ayacucheño (natives of Ayacucho) spectrum – silverwork, rug- and tapestry-weaving, stone and...
Restaurant Los Alamos
In an attractive patio within the hotel of the same name, this restaurant has good service, a long menu of Peruvian selections and a few...
Lonely Planet review
This spectacular 17th-century cathedral on the Plaza de Armas has a religious-art museum. The moody facade doesn’t quite prepare you for the intricacy of the interior, with its elaborate gold-leaf altar being one of the best examples of the Baroque-Churrigueresque style (in which cornices and other intricate, Spanish-influenced workmanship mingled with Andean influences, often evinced by the wildlife depicted). Several other churches in Ayacucho also exhibit Churrigueresque design.