Situated just a walking distance from Cusco’s Plaza de Armas, the bohemian neighborhood of San Blas is one of the most beautiful districts in the city. It features a variety of beautifully restored buildings, narrow cobbled alleys, quaint streets, artisanal shops, as well as cafes and bars.
The neighborhood is well-known for its artsy bohemian barrio, which boasts an outdoor artisan market as well as a small plaza where artists sell their handicrafts on Sundays. Several art studios and workshops also lined the cobbled streets of San Blas.
Iglesia de San Blas is one of the top attractions to visit while in the neighborhood. It’s a mid-1500s church featuring an intricate pulpit carved in the Spanish Churrigueresque style.
San Blas is surrounded by ancient Inca history, take a walk around the neighborhood and soak up the ambiance.
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