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Breakfast at San Pedro Market
Just a short walk from the main Plaza de Armas, San Pedro Market is a whirlwind of colors and flavors spanning 3 city blocks, full of locals and tourists alike. There is an entire row dedicated to fresh juice stands and another for its famous chicken broth, which lots of locals start their day with. Start your morning by sitting at one of the small communal tables outside any of the breakfast stands and try some muña tea or hot chocolate made with cloves and cinnamon, then spend a couple hours wandering the aisles. You’ll find everything from touristy souvenirs to local meat and cheese, coffee, and chocolate, little kiosks stuffed with spices and interesting odds and ends, and of course more authentic delicacies like cuy (guinea pig).