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Meet the nocturnal route to celebrate National Holidays in Cusco

  • Published on Jul 15, 2017 Culture
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Bars full of history and republican mansions are the perfect invitation to enjoy the best night

The National Holidays are coming, bringing large colorful shows and fun orchestras in the squares of Cusco; Its night opens the doors to countless bars. On this nocturnal route you will understand why Cusco is the best place to celebrate July 28th, the anniversary of Peru.

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Peruvian flag waving during National Holidays

The best way to start the evening is to stroll through the narrow streets of the bohemian San Blas neighborhood until you reach Limbus Resto Bar: a beautiful house from 1800, where you will enjoy a refreshing mojito, their specialty. In addition, from the balcony of Limbus, you will be able to appreciate how the sun hides between the hills of the city.

After toasting in the heights, it is time to descend to the Cholo´s Bar, a beer lovers classic which only offers craft beer of the area. Its offer 50 varieties of craft beers, the perfect excuse to go to this place and savor its different barley.

Bar Cholos Cusco

Bar Cholos where you can enjoy 12 varieties of beer in Cusco.

Now let’s go to a more upbeat place, Paddy’s Pub. An Irish place to meet people from all over the world where you can exchange cultures, languages, lots of laughs and, of course, good beer.

However, if you are not into beers and you prefer to enjoy a Peruvian pisco, you can go to the Pisco Museum, where you will find 18 different homemade recipes. Be careful not to get drunk, because the best is yet to come!

Pisco Sour Museum of Pisco Cusco

A delicious homemade Pisco Sour in the same Pisco Museum in Cusco.

After a few piscos, it is time to move the body. You can find different options for all types of travelers. If you want to live a night of peruvian folk music, the best option is the Ikukus of Plateros. If you like salsa, merengue, and reggeatón, then El Muki will be your favorite place. Finally, if you are looking for electronic music, Mama Africa is an excellent choice.

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The crazy night in Cusco during National Holidays

It’s about dawn, so raise your glass again, traveler! In the navel of the world there are always reasons to celebrate. And if you do not believe that, come to live it yourself because the night of the 28 awaits you with open arms.

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