Cuzco has a strong and living culture. It is not just a staging grounds for visits to archeological sites, impressive though those are, but a place with a rich way of life of its own that has deep connections to the present, to the Spanish colonies, and to Inca times.
While walking its streets, visiting its traditional neighborhoods, its parks, its plazas, its markets, and its narrow streets, we meet its people and see lots of their culture in action. We get to know and live their traditions and current life marked by a strong and living culture.
In what follows Cuzco Eats gives you images of the capital of Tawantinsuyo, the Whole of Four Parts, that continues to live in the streets of Cuzco in our day.