Horno Colonial San Francisco
While you are wandering town, it’s worth popping in to the botanical garden, a private enterprise with a huge courtyard full of...
In recent times, the INC (Instituto Nacional de Cultura), in a characteristically controversial move, demolished the church in the main...
La Virgen del Carmen
Street processions and masked dancing mark the celebration of ‘Mamacha Carmen’ who defeats demons climbing on rooftops and balconies....
Josip welcomes his guests with high-octane hospitality and a menu of wanderlust (think Thai meets Amazonian and flirts with highland...
Mariscal Castilla s/n · interesting places nearby
Horno Colonial San Francisco information
Huge clay ovens for baking empanadas and other goodies and castillos de cuyes (miniature castles inhabited by guinea pigs) are found in many nooks and crannies, particularly in Mariscál Castilla. But this is the town’s most authentic – a colonial oven dating back to 1830. Stop in for hot cheese and oregano empanadas with chicha morada .
If, for some strange reason, you only have five minutes in Pisac, spend it here – you’ll get a pretty good feel for the place.