This small, university-run museum is worth visiting; just knock on the door to enter. Its varied ceramics collection includes a few...
Don’t miss the tiny entrance on the town’s Plaza de Armas; it opens into a large, Dutch-orange cafe selling what might be the best ice...
Lonely Planet review
One of the town’s best places to eat, this is a mix of gallery-restaurant, peña (bar or club featuring live folkloric music) and cultural center, and serves varied Peruvian and international dishes with has a decent wine list. The menú (set meal) is an excellent deal. On Friday and Saturday nights, El Batán has live shows of local music, anything from folk songs to traditional Andean music to Afro-Peruvian dance rhythms. There is a full bar and an upstairs art gallery.