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All reviews narrow streets artisan shops art galleries the main square lots of shops local artisans street vendors plaza de armas walk up walk around cusco city church fountain pulpit jewelry hilly hostels
We were recommended to go to San Blas for shopping and a more artsy vibe to Cusco. We did pop into a few shops and wandered around the square and the market they had going on. A lot of the same things in the various...More
Our amazing B&B (Garden of San Blas) was in this area and we loved it! Beautiful buildings, life is happening all around you, lots of stores, restaurants. The streets are very narrow, so watch out for those cars squeezing their way up and down the...More
We were lucky to stay in San Blas, about a half a block from the plazeta for 5 nights. It buzzes, but is reasonably quiet. The quaint narrow streets invite but are sometimes terrorized by crazed cabbies. Nice shops, excellent restaurants, Inca walls, and friendly...More
What a unique part of Cusco!!! there is a lot of history there from the spanish era alot of churches and open markets.
There are all kinds of resturaunts and shops had amazing massage from the Andina spa !!!! Also there is a chocolate museum...More
Lots of crafts and small restaurants, a bit of an artists' community, but nothing particularly unique that couldn't be found elsewhere. However, there were some nice views from the plaza which was only blocks from Plaza de Armas.
This was the local plaza to our hotel stay. It's a pretty spot, with great views of Cusco, and there are an abundance of cafes, restaurants and shops that are more genuine than some of the establishments off the main square.