Taste your way through Cusco on a culinary tour of the city’s street food and markets. Travel by public transport along with a guide to the San Jeronimo market, a chicheria (seller of fermented corn drink), and a traditional restaurant, learning about the food and Peruvian culture as you go. Additional stops include a textile organization and medicinal plant center.
Cusco culinary and market tour
Taste traditional dishes such as chicha, a fermented corn drink
Learn about traditional weaving at a textile organization
One of my favorite tours in cusco. Our guide took us to the 2 different sites via the local transportation. At the local market we did not see a single tourist while we were there which was really cool. Tried lots of different fruits we have never seen before. They also have mini avocados with no pits!! I didn't even know that was a thing : Went to the textile museum, and as a seamstress I loved it! There were a few women there making items. I bought a hand knitted hat made out of alpaca fur, and there was a lot of other handmade items for purchase. Don't be fooled by some of the super touristy spots...most of the items are not true alpaca and not hand made. You'll get authentic items at the textile museum