From the bountiful forests and coasts of the Mediterranean to the Andean woodlands and the magical lakes and mighty rivers of our highlands, Incanto is like an Italian traveler who has fallen in love with Peru, merging his culture with our customs, our ingredients, and our special way of life.
- Duration: 2 hrs
- Available Days: Every day
- Hotel Transport Included
- Mobile Ticket Included
- Offered in English, Spanish
A relaxed Cusco-style trattoria where families, couples, and groups of friends can gather around a good pasta, a fabulous South American wine, a casual after-dinner chat, and all the hallmarks of Italian-American culture. Italian techniques and local ingredients, together with all the affection and magic that a table with good food has to offer.
Many of our tours and activities offer transportation pick up & drop off options from several locations and destinations. Options vary by tour, see “More Time and Rates” for full details.
Gaston Acurio is widely credited with putting Peruvian food on the map. His cooking style elevates Andean cooking styles to haute cuisine. He opened his first restaurant in Lima in 1994, and since then has opened restaurants all over the world and has published several books on Peruvian cooking.
2 hrsFrom $57
This romantic place is Manco Capac Palace which is a hotel built on what used to be a XIX century Peruvian republican mansion. Built on the foundations of Manco Capac’s original Palace, this sumptuous house is surrounded by authentic Inca platforms and located behind the San Cristobal Church. Part of the palace wall is still standing and only a few meters away from the hotel.
2 hrsFrom $62
On the Cusco Culinary Experience tour, a Peruvian chef will show you how to make some of Peru’s best-known dishes. Choose between a 9 a.m. lunch class and a 3 p.m. dinner class. Both classes include an appetizer, a main course, and a dessert. You’ll also get two traditional drinks . All of the instructions are easy enough for beginner chefs.
4 hrsFrom $71