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Top 6 Tourist Destinations In Peru

Hello bloggers, today we are going to talk, write about the 6 tourist destinations in Peru, that you can’t miss, when you come to Peru. Know more about reading in the blog below.

1° Machu Picchu Citadel:

The citadel of MachuPicchu is one of the 7 wonders of the modern world, is located in the region of Cusco, Peru. It is the lost city of the Incas, which the Spanish called El Dorado.

The Spaniards never found Machu Picchu, it was also the refuge of the Inca elite who did not want to submit to the Spanish, the Spanish crown, the Catholic Kings.

2° The City Of Cusco:

The city of Cusco was the capital of the ancient empire of the Incas, so it is full of tourist places to visit like the Koricancha the temple of the sun, cathedral, museums, etc.

In Cusco every corner tells a story and every story is captivating, mystical and welcoming. In the streets of Cusco time seems to have stopped, every corner offers a piece of history, and the stones are still alive because they have survived intact.

Cusco in Peru witnessed the arrival of the Spanish, and yet it preserves to this day an ancient magic that captivates the thousands of visitors who are part of its living history every year.

Cusco in Peru, recognized as the historic capital of Peru.

3° White City of Arequipa:

The city of Arequipa is known because of its volcano, el Misti, and also because all the houses in the historic centre are white.

Arequipa is also 1 hour from the same city and you can visit its beaches which are just outside the city.

Arequipa is ruled by its volcanoes. We see it in the walls of its streets, buildings and churches; in the wonderful geography which gives us a fertile valley and deep gorges. Can you imagine enjoying a thermal bath while looking at the green mountains crowned by eternal snow.

Arequipa is a place to stay, for its unique food, its history, its majestic warmth, the legendary and historic white city, where nobility breathes under the eternal watchfulness of its volcanoes.

4° Lima the Capital of Peru:

Lima is the capital of Peru, and all of it has very beautiful beaches, museums, the cathedral of Lima, etc.

Lima is the capital of Peru and the capital of the region of the same name. Nowadays it is a modern metropolis with about 8 million inhabitants, being one of the main cities in South America.

It is the largest city in the country and, endowed with all the advances of modern life, it has adequate tourist infrastructures, ideal for holding international events (congresses, conventions, meetings, among others).

The city of Lima in Peru has central zones, districts with modern infrastructures, with important hotels, restaurants, shopping centres, and discotheques.

Here you can find excellent tourist services, from 1 to 3 star hostels, 1 to 5 star hotels, 3, 4 and 5 star apart hotels, as well as 3 to 5 fork restaurants; specialized in local, national and international food.

Lima has districts worth visiting, such as Miraflores, San Isidro and Barranco, where you will find beautiful and pleasant parks and squares, modern shopping and residential centers, pubs and nightclubs full of fun. On the beaches of these districts surfing, hang-gliding and paragliding are practiced.

5° Puno Folkloric Capital of the Americas:

Puno in Peru is an accumulation of folklore and colorful costumes in each of its streets. Although it is true that you can feel the almost 4,000 meters of altitude when you walk, Puno welcomes you with special friendliness and affection.

To speak of Puno in Peru is to speak of Titicaca, it is the sacred lake of the Incas, and its magnificent islands, where the magic in the atmosphere gives the eyes of visitors a special glow.

Today, the city of Puno is located in the Bay of Puno, on the shores of Lake Titicaca and approximately (3,827 masl…) considered the “Peruvian Folk Capital” or “Cradle of the Inca Empire” and home to the Festival of the Virgin of Candelaria and rests on the shores of Lake Titicaca, the highest navigable lake in the world.

The lake is also home to several islands, whose inhabitants have preserved ancestral customs and traditions. An example of this are the Uros, who live on “floating islands”

Artificially made from reeds and who sail through the area in their traditional reed boats. Taquile, Suasi and Amantaní are known for the kindness of their inhabitants and their ancient weaving techniques, their pre-Columbian buildings and wonderful landscapes.


Kuélap, the walled city in the clouds built by the Chachapoyas, the main pre-Inca civilization of the Peruvian mountain jungle. The Chachapoyas culture left an important number of large stone monuments, such as the Llacta de Kuélap, the Gran Pajatén, funerary buildings, sarcophagi and mausoleums like those at Laguna de los Condors and other sites that are difficult to access.

This culture was a set of developing autonomous communities. The Chachapoyas lived southeast of the Bracamoros, on the right bank of the Marañón River.

Their development centered on the Utcubamba river valley. They also possessed fortifications and structures of a military nature, but despite this, they were conquered by the Incas in 1470.

An almost forgotten culture developed there, made up of various ethnic groups, located at an altitude of around 3,000 metres, which lasted until 1470 when they were subjugated by the Incas.

They had very skilled artists, highlighting their textiles, goldsmithery, constructions and other aspects of craftsmanship.


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