The wafting aromas of bubbling chocolate will mesmerize you from the start. While the museum is frankly lite, the best part of this...
Runs all sorts of sections, including trips of up to six days on Río Apurímac.
Museo Histórico Regional
This eclectic museum is housed in the colonial Casa Garcilaso de la Vega, the house of the Inca-Spanish chronicler who now lies buried...
Kamikase is an old, intimate bar that doesn’t offer free drinks, but does have a disarmingly large variety of music that can switch from...
Many cuzqueños eat out every day for lunch and dinner. Menú (set meal) is so economical in many places that it’s cheaper to eat out...
Regocijo 261, 2nd fl · interesting places nearby
A Gastón Acurio venture serving up haute versions of cuzqueño classics. Their riff on anticuchos (beef skewers) is a delectable barbecued octopus, grilled on skewers with crisp herbed potato wedges. Other contenders include rocoto relleno , the wonton-style sopa de gallina and chairo (beef soup) served in a clay pot. The chicha morada is beyond fresh.
Naturally, debate rages as to whether it’s worth the price (and pretension): our vote is yes.