One of the best ways to experience the culture and traditions of a place is to sit among the locals to enjoy the local foods and beverages. Cusco is no short of a wide variety of dishes that increase daily in popularity among foodies in the world. The city has a lot of influences when it comes to culinary brilliance especially from the Spanish, Chinese and the Incas. After Lima, Cusco hold a strong hold for cuisines and drinks in Peru with a lot of local specialties like Choclo con Queso, Caldo de Gallina, Cuy Chactado, Lomo Saltado de alpaca, Rocoto Relleno, Chiriuchu, Picarones, and lots more. These Cusco food tours are the best to explore the culinary culture of these Peru locals, and it is best if you include it with Cusco cooking classes to prepare some of these local specialties in a typical Peru kitchen.
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Cusco Food & Wine Tours Price
Private Peruvian Cooking Class & Market Tour in Granada (3 hours 30 minutes)
Best of Peru 6-Day Cusco, Machu Picchu, and Lake Titicaca Tour (6 days)
Sacred Valley Tour from Cusco (1 day)
Sacred Valley Pisac Ollantaytambo and Chinchero Full-Day Tour (10 hours 30 minutes)
2-day tour from Cuzco: Sacred Valley and Machupicchu by Train (2 days)
Group Cooking Class at Marcelo Batata in Cusco (4 hours)
Discover one of the best culinary experiences of the city, with authentic flavors in recipes that were perfected by the experience and research by our kitchen team. Enjoy the guidance and teaching of an authentic local chef and learn about techniques, secrets, stories and mysteries that surround Peruvian cuisine in an environment designed...Read more
Visit all of Peru's top attractions on this 6-day, small-group tour. Spend time in Cusco, the Sacred Valley of the Incas, Visiting Pisac, the famous Pisac Market, Ollantaytambo along the Urubamba river. Then visit the amazing Machu Picchu city of the Incas. You'll also visit the highest navigable lake in the world: Lake Titicaca, with the floating...Read more
Step back in time as you learn about the ancient culture of the Incas, and see how their descendants live today, during this full-day tour of Peru's Sacred Valley of the Incas. With just your small group and a bilingual guide, see the most popular sights in the Sacred Valley like Pisac, Ollantaytambo, and Chincheros. Visit a weaving house for a...Read more
The Sacred Valley of the Incas was certainly a key area of settlement to the Incas. This valley was appreciated by the Incas because of its special geographical and climatic qualities. It was one of the main production sites for the richness of their land and a place where it produces the best maize and potatoes. The tour includes a visit to the...Read more
Spend two days exploring the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu and the sacred valley of the Incas, during this trip from Cusco, you will live and explore this fascinating journey through the land where the Incas left their archaeological legacies, visit strategic points in the sacred valley such as Pisac and Ollantaytambo. Discover these famous Inca...Read more
Marcelo Batata Culinary Experince will immerse you into the world of Peruvian gastronomy and is a personalized and participatory class developed in a fun and dynamic environment so that everyone can join in, no matter the kitchen knowledge or previous experience had.
In just 4 hours your small group will engage in a six step course...Read more
Our culinary tour consists of an evening exploring the streets of Cusco in order to try some of the city’s best street eats from strategically chosen points as well as visiting three of the city’s top restaurants located in the historic center alongside our chef that will guide us and share with us untold and sometimes unusual stories of both...Read more
You will start your tour in Chinchero, which was one of the most important populations during the Inca empire. However, it was victim of the extirpation of idolatries, action that replaced the traditional deities by Catholic ones, in order to transform popular beliefs. Then visit Maras, an impressive complex of salt mining. They are large deposits...Read more
This exclusive tour will take you to a local market in Cusco, then teach you about Peruvian cuisine during a hands-on cooking class in a modern cooking studio, located in downtown Cusco. At the market, you will get an introduction to the local variety of products and the diversity of ingredients used in the local cuisine. You will learn about...Read more
Learn how to make your own chocolate on a 2-hour workshop at the ChocoMuseo in Cusco. This is a hands-on activity, starting from the cocoa tree to the finished product passing by every step of the whole chocolate-making process. You will also discover the history of cocoa and the reasons why Peru is known for its fine...Read more
The Machu Picchu Express package has been structured for those who have less time but don’t want to miss the wonders of the Cusco region. You will be immersed in culture, history, and traditions for 5 days, where we are going to show you the most significant attractions of the so-called Imperial City and its surroundings.
Explore the Sacred Valley of the Incas on this 2-day tour, which leaves Cusco to visit a lively market town and two Incan archaeological sites. Board a train to Aguas Calientes, also known as Machu Picchu Town and spend the night in a 3-star...Read more
2-day tour of Sacred Valley to Machu Picchu, it is a wonderful journey to know the ancestral and living culture of the ancient Peruvians, the Incas. It is the only route that allows you to enjoy an exquisite buffet lunch in...Read more
In this tour, you will get an opportunity to visit the most important Inca archaeological complexes in the sacred valley of the incas, and experience the Andean culture reflected in the art pieces, traditional markets, customs and popular traditions in the towns of Pisac, Ollantaytambo and Chinchero. The warm weather along the valley is another...Read more
During the journey you will enjoy panoramic views of Sacred Valley , the beautiful landspapes , surrounded by glaciers and mountains . you will visit the archeological site of Pisaq and its picturesque market ,we will stop in Urubamba Village for the lunch ,then visit the Inca Fortress of Ollantaytambo and the Chinchero...Read more
Located between the towns of Pisac and Ollantaytambo, following the course of the Vilcanota River, the so-called Sacred Valley of the Incas stretches amidst imposing mountains and snowy peaks. This valley, favored with abundant water and moderate climate is the ideal place for the development of agriculture. For this same reason, the Incas chose...Read more
The first stop is the Sacred Valley of the Incas that crosses P'isaq, the colonial city. We will find the indigenous and traditional market, where you can buy handmade products and souvenirs. After exploring the city, we head towards the P'isaq Ruins that are beautifully carved in the highest mountains. Then we continue the trip and appreciate the...Read more
Cusco food and wine tours designed to allow travellers explore the art and culture of Cusco locals and elites when it comes to foods, wines, beers, local snacks, etc. and also offer great knowledge of the culinary history of Cusco city