One of my favorite spots to visit, no matter where in the world, are cafes. Cafes have an authentic and local feeling to them that chain restaurants cannot offer. When visiting cafes in Lima , it is a local experience. During my time in Lima, I never visited Starbucks.
The history of Cusco has transcended time and still lives and breathes through its people, places and animals. Centuries ago, The Incan Empire was spread throughout South America as one of the world's largest tribes, and Cusco held the status as the capital of the Incas. Before the Spanish came in the 16th century, the empire covered Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia and northern parts of both Chile and Argentina.