Iglesia de La Compañía de Jesús
Built upon the palace of Huayna Cápac, the last Inca to rule an undivided, unconquered empire, the church was built by the Jesuits in...
Iglesia del Triunfo
Cuzco’s oldest church, houses a vault containing the remains of the famous Inca chronicler Garcilaso de la Vega, who was born in Cuzco...
A squatter on the site of Viracocha Inca’s palace, the cathedral was built using blocks pilfered from the nearby Inca site of...
This cramped little Irish pub is packed with random memorabilia, TVs, a working train-set and homesick European travelers eating...
A smart and snappy breath of fresh air in the tourist-trap heavy Plaza, Makayla offers a Peruvian-focused menu with fusion touches,...
cnr Santa Catalina Angosta & Plaza de Armas, 2nd fl · interesting places nearby
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Run by a motorcycle enthusiast, this unassuming expat-style bar overlooks the Plaza de Armas. It’s a boon for people watching, if you can get a balcony seat. Though known for delicious 200g burgers, it’s also got TVs, darts and billiards to help you work up a thirst. Avoid the burritos. Happy hour is 7pm to 9pm.