Visit the main attractions during the day, and in the evening we went to San Blas for a walk. It's a very lively place, and it's also very feeling. The old houses and different shops are very interesting to walk slowly.
We totally fell in love with the magic of San Blas. There are many cozy small shops and coffee houses, you can rest here and taste delicious bread you have never eaten. Or just go shopping with friends! Really enjoy the journey here!
San Blas is a block of Cusco, very close to the Cusco Cathedral, not far from the Plaza de Armas, here you can appreciate the life of the locals, and it is also a very casual feeling. Language If you don’t get through, you can only walk a circle.
A few minutes’ walk from Plaza de Armas, you will find the mountains of Plaza San Blas, where there is live music, ice bars, and handmade products, as well as good cheap food, suitable for many vegetarians and The vegetarian option, away from the crowded main street, is great.
The building is very traditional in style, and it is also a tasteful area.
A few store a few restaurant and a good place to meet your tour guide. Craft stalls and natives in costumes with their Lamas. Of course if you want a picture you have to pay. The store people and v...
A lovely old part of the city just away from the main square. Really nicely laid out with the fountains and square. Spend some time relaxing
This square is located only ten minutes walking from Plaza de Armas. Local food and hand made souvenirs made by locals.
Quiet and vibrant. Bars, restaurants, boutiques, and close to the city center. Just perfect if you don’t want to be among the party tribe
If you want to experience the core of Cusco the former capital of the Inca Empire, stroll around San Blas, one of the oldest neighborhoods, the bohemian district. Lot of cafeterias and restaurants, lo...