Eating in Cusco

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Cusco, Peru
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yadilitta yadilitta
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In the south valley, life is more tasty :P Sep 22, 2009
We all know Cusco is a very touristy city and has a wide offer of food including international but also typical dishes.

If you want to have a more real experience and have time, I'd suggest you to go a bit further away, leave the city and visit the surroundings, which also have some Inca Ruins and awesome landscapes.

If you want to try duck, go to Lucre which is further south.

If you are looking for cuy (guinea pig), visit Oropesa. They also have this famous bread called Oropesa or Chuta. Big and round.

If you want chicharrones (fried pork), go to Saylla.

Of course you can find all these dishes in Cusco city, but if you have time and want to be more adventurous, this could be fun. I got all this info at the Food Festival and can't wait to go there, hehehe
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