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My hotel was in this area, it is full of cute cafes, artisans' stores and well-restored buildings. It is very close to the centre of the town and all the major attractions (walking distance). Of course, it is touristy, but it is really beautiful and...More
San blas was visited on a walking tour, on which several members had to stop and get their breath on the wau up. A very narrow sidewalk on the edge of a very narrow road takes you up the scores of steps to a viewpoint....More
I keep returning to this area, it’s away from the crowds around other parts or Cusco which is refreshing, there’s also not the constant requests to purchase a massage or jewelry or paintings up there either. However that aside the area is just divine. There’s...More
San Blas Plaza and San Blas temple are naturally located together and the plaza offers the visitor a unique experience of stepping back into a time before 'rush' was invented. Surrounding the Plaza one finds small shops selling handcrafted jewellery and garments, while on the...More
If you visit this place please ask for a tourist guide to explain what San Blas means in the Cusco's history, you will be surprised by how the Spanish conquers applied their force to submit the locals when they arrived to the place... this is...More