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Peru has wonderful tourist destinations that travelers can visit. The cities in Peru hosts awesome archaeological sites, beautiful landscapes and much more. If you are coming to Peru, it is good you know about the city you are going to visit. The following are some of the cities and places from wich we present a brief but useful information.

Machu Picchu
Machu Picchu lies amid a rugged, verdant tropical landscape, beyond Cusco’s Sacred Valley of the Incas, where it lay hidden from the world for four centuries until it was discovered by science in 1911. Reached by hikers along the ...
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As one of the largest regions of Peru, Cusco offers visitors a landscape of dramatic contrasts, where high mountain ranges give way to barren plains, rolling hills, deep valleys and lowland tropical forest. The region is dominated by three ...
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Colca Canyon
Colca Canyon can only be reached overland and is usually accessed from the city of Arequipa, in southern Peru. At more than 3,400 m deep, it is considered the deepest canyon in the world, after Cotahuasi (also in Arequipa). ...
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Located just over one hundred kilometers from the city and dominating the horizon southeast of Cusco, the magnificent peak of Ausangate (6,333 meters / 20,900 feet) is the highest and most sacred mountain in all of southern Peru. For ...
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The Arequipa valley was inhabited long before the Spanish founded the city we see today. The pre-Inca Churajón culture built agricultural terraces and irrigated the land. In Arequipa today there exist archaeological sites such as Casapatac, Sabandía and Churajón, ...
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Cusco, the ancient capital of the Incas, is the gateway to the most pristine tropical forests in South America. Manu National Park is widely considered the most biologically diverse ecosystem in the world, with over 1000 species of birds, ...
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Trujillo is northern Peru’s largest city. It is located about 8 hours via the Pan-American Highway from Lima, or a less than 1-hour flight from the capital. It is situated on Peru’s desert coast, less than 15 minutes from ...
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Ica Nazca & Paracas
Ica, Nasca and Paracas are located south of the Peruvian capital, Lima, on the desert plain of which the country’s entire coastline is composed. The Paracas peninsula is located less than three hours from Lima, while Ica is about ...
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Sipan - Lambayeque
The Royal Tombs of Sipán were discovered in the deserts of northern Peru, near the village of the same name, about 80 kilometers from the city of Lambayeque, and less than 30 kilometers from the city of Chiclayo.  Discovered in ...
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The tropical forests of Tambopata National Reserve can be accessed from Cusco via a 30-minute scheduled flight and a fascinating 3-three trip in motorized canoe along the Tambopata River.  The reserved area protects one of the most biologically diverse ...
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Lake Titicaca (Puno)
Located on the high plains of southeastern Peru, the city of Puno was founded on the shores of Lake Titicaca by the Spanish in the 17th century, and it is the starting point for those travelers who come to ...
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Inca Trail
A great network of interconnecting highways linked Cusco to its provinces and other kingdoms and the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu was part of that system. Today it has become the most famous and popular trek in South America, ...
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