Mercado de Artesania
Pisac is known far and wide for its market, by far the biggest and most touristy in the region. Official market days are Tuesday,...
Horno Colonial San Francisco
Huge clay ovens for baking empanadas and other goodies and castillos de cuyes (miniature castles inhabited by guinea pigs) are found in...
In recent times, the INC (Instituto Nacional de Cultura), in a characteristically controversial move, demolished the church in the main...
Restaurante Cuchara de Palo
Inside Pisac Inn, this fine-dining restaurant offers organic salads and original dishes like pumpkin ravioli drizzled with corn and...
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Ulrike's Café information
This sunny cafe is consistently tasty, serving up a great vegetarian menú, plus homemade pasta and melt-in-the-mouth cheesecake and a fluffy carrot cake that is legendary. There’s a book exchange, DVDs and special events. English, French and German are spoken.