A lot of restaurants in the area but warch out for the prices, much more better food for you buck you will get a little of there so go on and explore
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We spent a couple days in Cusco exploring the beautiful Historic District. This was very easy by foot and each little roadway revealed hidden gems. Great stores, restaurants, museums and historic building were all around.
The entire area is being up-dated by inserting modular shops into the original architecture, thus blending the new with the old. The historical aspects are preserved while providing a modern travel experience. There are many hawkers of various goods of varying quality and craftmanship. I...More
one of the liveliest places we've been but not just a tourist site. It has history, has beauty and architectural balance. Safe and has many restaurants, cafes, hotels and restaurants.
We used Cusco as a central stop-over between trips to the Sacred Valley, and the Highlands. It provides you with whatever you need from outdoor equipment, good cuisine, a warm bed, fresh coffee etc.
When wanting to see and feel history the traveler can rest assured that the Centro Historico district of Cusco is one of the best choices in the Americas. From the many visible structures of the Incas to the fabulous Colonial Cathedral awash in Incan gold...More
Flying into Cusco, feels like coming home! An easy and safe city to navigate, the center is full of history and lovely restaurants & cafes.
If you are backpacker or a traveler already booked, you need to come here. It has: restaurants, agencies, Peru Rail, massages, museums, shops (high end and economic) and all you will need to see or experience from Peru in a couple of blocks. Also: 6...More