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Rainbow Mountain in One Day from Cusco

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Journey deep into the Andes to hike Rainbow Mountain, an important worship site since pre-Inca times. With a mountain guide, safely explore the rainbow-striated mountain and see sights including adobe houses, llama herds, and the Ausangate Glacier. Plus, by going with a group, you bypass the stress of choosing the right trail or organizing your own transport from Cusco. Pack light for this challenging full-day hike: breakfast and lunch are provided.
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VWVags wrote a review Feb 2019
San Diego, California38 contributions48 helpful votes
This is where the locals come to shop. El Baratillo has everything from super inexpensive souvenirs to brand name second-hand hiking clothes and shoes. We found Salomon hiking boots in perfect shape that fit my husband's big feet for $35. Retail $175. There is so much hiking clothes and shoes to choose from. The used hiking shoes/boots are in a separate white building just down the main market area. Ask the locals where, and they'll show you the way. At the main market I bought souvenirs for 1/4 of the asking price at the Pisac market. El Baratillo market is walking distance from Plaza de Armas no need for a taxi. The market can get a bit crowded in some areas but otherwise the experience is great!
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Date of experience: February 2019
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Georg S wrote a review Aug 2017
61 contributions16 helpful votes
Ever saturday is fleemarket day in Cusco! I really like the atmosphere there and the offered food. For example I ate an excellent trout. If you don't mind eating on the street it is a very good place to go. The offered good are interesting to see - one can buy everything on El Baratillo. I think it is just an experience to see and feel the normal life in Cusco there apart form the polished up center. My recommendation: Don't be afraid and go there!
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Date of experience: July 2017
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michael c wrote a review Jan 2017
Weybridge, United Kingdom31 contributions3 helpful votes
We are regular visitors here. The menu is extensive and compare very well against other restaurants. The Cola De Torro is a must. All food is good.
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Date of experience: January 2017
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jackelineturbot wrote a review Apr 2016
Papeete, French Polynesia4 contributions1 helpful vote
very interesting, and if you lose your ceelphone...sure that maybe you find it next week or next month being sold by an unnoticed vendor who got it from the intermediate purchaser/seller...well, at least the prices are pretty good, a complete sellout.
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Date of experience: January 2016
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