Pisac is a traditional Andean village that sits at the foot of an original Inca settlement. The Inca ruin of Machu Picchu draws in hundreds of foreign visitors every day. Also known as the “artisan market,” it’s located on a small central plaza along a series of narrow streets. Although held every day, the market is the largest on Sundays, where hundreds of stalls stretch out from the main plaza, engulfing the narrow streets and leading all the way to the foot of the Andes Mountains. Vendors sell beautiful decorative Andean cups and pots, knitted products, lovely carved wooden pieces, and a varied assortments of handmade jewelry.