Plenty of affordable souveneirs! Crafts, textiles and food delicacies on display. It is worth a visit for an authentic mercado experience. The hats and scarves are very colourful, couldn't get enough of them. Love it!
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My partner and I had no specific agenda and we spend 2.5 hours strolling up and down the different ales. Be mindful of your belongings! The market consists of handmade crafts, fruit and vegetables, poultry, flowers, dairy, cooked food market and nuts and coffee beans/tea...More
Visited this market with the 'free walking tour by foot' what was interesting with the additional information provided by our knowledgeable guide. But definitely worth a visit as well without walking tour. Offering is big and for reasonable prices. If you try cooked food try...More
It was a good intake of cultural experience. That being said the dead skinned baby pigs were unpleasant, and the overwhelming beggars were annoying.
If you want to see the local culture and get out of the tourist atmosphere at the plaza, this is the place to go! Try a fruit smoothie and a local dish. Everything is well priced and the locals love interacting with tourists to share...More
San Pedro market was the largest market in Cusco, even overflowing with stalls outside for a couple of blocks. Be prepared that there are animal heads and body parts for sale and it smells bad later in the day. However they do have a great...More