Although the square is less than half the size, one can still see two different styles of architecture from the Inca Empire and the Spanish colonial period.
This place is the largest square, but compared with the Plaza of Arms in the capital, this square, also called Plaza of Arms, is a bit smaller, but it's okay, because this place has a sense of history.
beautiful place .... one of the few cities in Peru that I liked. The plaza is in the city center, have a great coffee or eat something in the beautiful surroundings.
This place is lively and Beautiful. Its Historic Center of Cusco and people roam around till early Morning. I was there on Halloween Night and Peru celebrates it serioisly. Till Morning 5 everyone was up and celebrating it in Plaza De Armas. All the main Functions/Ceremonies happens here. Like Military walk.
Go to several cities in Peru and find it seems to be all weapons squares, it seems to be standard. The weapons square building is very beautiful, the square is the church in the center, and there was a show at the time, we happened to see a very good show
this is a great place to get your bearings before you set off to see all the local historical buildings and cathedrals. you will also find it the tourist information in this area which are very helpful I will prevent you from being tricked into buying tours by unscrupulous dealers. there are many restaurants in this area but they are expensive and you can get cheap meals if you are willing to walk up the sidestreet
The ancient cultural city of Peru, the famous Plaza of Arms, sits casually on the chairs of the square and admires the passers-by and the scenery. This square is one of my favorite squares. It is mainly surrounded by a circle of two-story houses with arcades, which reminds me of Durbar Square in Nepal. The altitude is a bit high, so it is recommended to sit and rest first, and then visit the scenic spots after getting used to it.