Pisco's See, Eat and Shop
Though it was largely destroyed by the infamous earthquake of 2007 and subsequently rebuilt, Pisco's Plaza de Armas is still anchored by an original statue of José de San Martín, the general for whom the port is named and a...
For a scenic slice of local life, check out the fisherman's wharf of San Andrés. Everything in and around the place is abuzz, from the self-appointed pelican sentinels, to the perpetually coming-and-going moto-taxis, to the fleet that's...
As de Oro's is Pisco's long-standing town favorite—and though the menu is surf and turf, you'll want to take advantage of the proximity to the Pacific and go straight for the prawns or octopus. Be sure to leave room for the house flan.
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