This local family-operated company is run by Ryse Choquepuma and his brothers, who grew up in Manu and know it better than most. Tours...
Amauta Spanish School
Big, professional and popular. Also offers Spanish programs in the Sacred Valley and the Amazon jungle.
This organic-feel club with an underground dance floor is ever-popular with locals and laid-back travelers alike.
This Australian-founded gathering spot serves Asian-slanted bar food at good prices in an intimate couch bar. Try the sesame chicken...
Tecsecocha 149 · 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. One of the good options here is Urpi.