We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews local market food stalls fresh juice chicken soup locals shop meat section covered market dried fruit stalls selling food stands love visiting for sale potatoes local life pigs head ceviche daily life
We visited the San Pedro Market on the last day of our tour and wished we'd found it earlier! You need time to explore. There are the usual tourist trinkets but also a huge variety of fruits and veggies, lunch counters, grain, cow parts from...More
A huge crazy and delightful market. What an addictive place, we wish we had found it earlier.
It is vast and visited by locals and tourists alike. We weren’t quite brave enough to eat there - hygiene levels at an all time low. (Besides I’m...More
Gone to the market with my fiancé for lunch yesterday and instead of ordering a meal each, we ended up ordering a Caldo de Cordero (lamb broth) at Restaurant Calderia, Lucuma and Cherimoya from the fruit market section, and a blended Cherimoya juice from a...More
this place is a do not miss in Cusco! This is a main local market that has all types of food and drinks, as well as flowers and other sundry items. There are several small walk up restaurants that provide local cuisine at a very...More
Other reviews say don't miss it and they are right. The tourist items are mostly the same as everywhere else but a few exceptions. Very large prepared food section that you can sit down and eat a large meal along with the locals for $3...More
Huge market combining souvenir shopping with doing groceries and having breakfast, lunch and dinner (before 6pm). Cusco style breakfast is served all day. S5 for a menu and ceviche mixto with side for S10.
Also you can buy fruit, local cheese and basically anything you'd...More
We love local markets--and San Pedro did not disappoint. It is large but not huge and thus manageable. There are sections for souvenirs, fruits, veggies, fruit drinks, soup, a huge lunch section, chocolate, coffee, meat et. So fun to wonder the aisles and check out...More
Fellow travelers, this is a must for anyone who is in Cusco.
I was brought here thanks to the Inkan Milky way free tours. For most of my time in Cusco, I was shopping in many expensive places, eating at so many expensive restaurants paying...More
In the front are all the typical souvenirs shops but as you keep walking, you get to experience the food and goods market, people selling breads, meats, flowers, prepared food. It was so different from what we experience in the US with our grocery stores....More