Museo de Arte Religioso
Originally the palace of Inca Roca, the foundations of this museum were converted into a grand colonial residence and later became the...
Known as a good place to start your night out, this restaurant lounge, a longtime Cuzco hangout, has very cool staff and live music in...
A Mi Manera
For a reasonably priced night out, this romantic restaurant serves up traditional Peruvian cuisine and pasta. Offerings like steak in...
Lonely Planet review
On the 2nd floor of a lofty colonial courtyard mansion, Cicciolina has long held its position as Cuzco’s best restaurant. The eclectic, sophisticated food is divine, starting with house-marinated olives, continuing with crisp polenta squares with cured rabbit, huge green salads, charred octopus and satisfying mains like squid-ink pasta and tender lamb.
The service is impeccable, and the warmly-lit seating will make any laid-back globetrotter feel at home. Highly recommended.