Located in Pisac, Peru, this market can get so large it takes over the Plaza de Armas, offering every product a tourist could possibly want. It’s worth stopping by to check out the scene and buy a few souvenirs.
A must-see for anyone in Cusco, Mercado San Pedro is an attraction in its own right. It’s a food market, but it’s also just an amazing sight, even if you don’t need to buy anything. Pig’s head, anyone?
This large market has a special corner for las brujas (witches), selling everything you need to make those potions and cast those spells. If you’re not so confident at witchcraft, you can also pay healers or witches to conjure up your potions for you.
You can eat some great ceviche here, or just take a walk around and take in all the commotion. This is where many Limeños get their weekly groceries from.
This is another large market where you can find just about everything. Shop like the locals do and head to the mercado in Arequipa, if only to grab a quick bite to eat – it’s much cheaper in the market than elsewhere.