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Peru Travel

Lima: As Peru's capital city, Lima is filled with historic sites as well as plenty of museums and an active nightlife. Be sure to visit the Larco Museum, located in an 18th-century mansion/ The permanent collection offers a rare glimpse into Peruvian life and art dating back more than 2,000 years. The Erotic Ceramics Gallery is an interesting addition to any adults planning travel to Peru. Juxtapose that experience with a stop at the historic Cathedral of Lima, a popular destination for Those interested in adding colonial architecture and art to their Peru travel plans. Don't forget the Miraflores district, offering plenty of shopping as well as gardens and beaches, and an important Peru travel destination. In the evenings, nightclubs and restaurants are popular gathering spots where you can enjoy a wide range of local and international fare.

Cuzco: As the primary city of the Incan empire and the center of Incan culture, Cuzco is one of the sites that makes Peru travel especially worthwhile. As the gateway to Machu Picchu, the city features its own Incan relics side-by-side with Spanish colonial architecture. Plus, plenty of shopping awaits at one of the country's most color markets, the Cuzco Handcraft Market. Travel to Peru wouldn't be complete without at least one bag brimming with native crafts, and this is the place to buy them.

Pisac & Sacred Valley: Located not far from Cuzco, this small colonial village is a great home base for exploring the magnificent Incan ruins located nearby as well as the famous Sacred Valley, a focal point of Incan culture and a prime Peru travel destination. If shopping for native wares is on your “must-do” list for travel to Peru, the Scared valley will offer lots of places to fulfill your desires.

Not far from Cuzco's market, the Urubamba Valley offers an up-close glimpse of the Incan fortress in Ollantaytambo, a popular stop for seasoned Peru travel veterans. A day trip to this region also provides views of the Incan terraces at Moray, one of the most iconic images of Peru tourism.

Lake Titicaca: Much Peru travel centers around Lake Titicaca and the lakeside town of Puno. A bustling hub  of activity, Puno is known for its informal social scene as well as a home base for those who make Lake Titicaca part of their Peru travel plans. For more fun, plan your Peru travel for the beginning of February and enjoy the Fiesta de la Candelaria, featuring dancing, music and other cultural activities.

Macchu Picchu: Machu Picchu deserves top billing on any Peru travel list. This ancient Incan city is one of the Seven Wonders of the World, and it's an absolute must-see for anyone who plans to travel to Peru. As it is a leading South America travel site, it's best to get tickets in advance and use a guide for the Inca Trail hike. If you want to learn about native traditions and contribute to ending poverty during your travel to Peru, visit the Sacred Valley Community Women's Weaving Project, which helps women provide support by creating native crafts.

Amazon Jungle: Iquitos is a paradox: A busy, prosperous jungle city that cannot be reached by road. Fly in or boat in, but be sure to make it part of your Peru travel plans. Checkout the local specialty dishes while you're in the city. Puerto Maldonado, another Amazon city worth a visit during your travel to Peru, offers a beautiful plaza for relaxing and people-watching as well as a lively nightlife.

The North: The North of Peru is an amazingly diverse region, with a variety of climates, an incredible array of ruins and archaeological sites, along with a rich and varied culture. The North is home to places like La Libertad, Tumbas, and Cajamarca. Here you’ll find ancient temples, historic colonial architecture and an amazing living culture in the cities and villages that dot this region. One of the incredible pre-Colombian ruins near La Libertad is Chan Chan. Chan Chan is the largest Mesoamerican ruin in South America, home to more than 20 square kilometers of incredible walled citadels, temples, and residences. When you’re in the North, be sure to check out The Lord of Sipan, a Moche mummy found near Sipan in 1987. The tomb was completely untouched through the many intervening years, leaving a perfectly preserved tomb that you can see even today.

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