An attentive, French-run outfit offering classic tours, treks and shorter local adventure outings.
Museo de la Coca
A wonderful little museum that traces the uses of the coca leaf, from sacred ritual to its more insidious incarnations. Exhibits are...
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...
Gloriously glamorous and run by high-profile hipsters, the Frogs offers a bit of everything. There’s cafe service from breakfast until...
Café Cultural Ritual
This is a cute little option with a mostly vegetarian menu and yummy desserts. It’s run by an NGO that provides training and employment...
Choquechaca s/n · interesting places nearby
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 than to cook for yourself. You generally have to ask about the menú – it’s often not advertised, but is available almost everywhere. You’ll get soup, a main course, a drink, and sometimes dessert. Ñucchu is one of the good options here.