1. Roam the San Pedro Market on a Sunday morning.
It’s dirty and it stinks and is dripping in skinned cow heads, but it is also filled to the brim with families slurping on chicken noodle soup, fresh fruit smoothies and beaming old ladies in traditional dress trying to flog you overpriced blankets.
2. Take a very pisco-fueled guided tour of town.
The Inca ruins and sites around Cusco will mean absolutely nothing to you unless you’ve got someone with an education telling you all about Mother Moon and Father Sun and why and how each door was built exactly how it was. It’s fascinating and can only be brought to life by someone who really knows their shit. Want to spice it up? Take a shot of pisco every time something looks like or represents a llama.