Portal de Carnes, 298, on the 2nd floor
Open daily from 8pm to 4am
Mythology has two bars for its punters to choose from so there’s no excuse to keep the drinks flowing till the early hours. There are drink offers available and there’s no entrance charge. The DJ mainly plays a mix of hip hop and reggae, so be prepared to get your groove on! This place can be jammed at the weekends and busy enough on week days. The toilets are clean too!!
Calle Plateros, 316.
Open daily 8pm to 6am
Ukuku´s combines local and international very well, in a lively buzzing venue about three minutes’ walk from the main plaza. This is one of the busiest clubs in Cusco. The DJ can spin anything from traditional Andean highland music, Latin pop, jazz, salsa, reggae and the usual cheesy reggaeton tunes. Expect to still be dancing away at six in the morning! Sometimes, depending on who you are, there´s a cover charge!
Open daily 9pm to late
Temple is crammed full most nights of the week with sweaty energetic backpackers and a few locals for good measure! Temple can be one of the busiest places to party in Cusco; it’s like Saturday night every night in Temple. DJs play anything and everything from 90s pop to current popular western tunes. It gets busy at around 1am when most hostel bars empty all their patrons on to mini buses, give them a free entry band and send them on their merry way. No one is really sure when this joint closes, so feel free to keep dancing until someone kicks you out!
Portal Harinas 109, 3rd Floor, Plaza de Armas
Open daily 9pm to 6am
Dance, dance, dance to your heart´s content here. If you’re looking for some where to party in Cusco look no futher!! Weekly DJs please revelers with electronica, reggae, hip hop and disco. You might even get coaxed into a salsa or tango lesson. You’ll also be pleasantly entertained by performers from all over including African drummers, Latin and other South American artists and even the odd fire show. Party till the small hours and then do it all again tomorrow! Every night is different in Mama Africa’s. Remember before 11pm it’s free in!
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