TOURISM AND TRAVEL TO PERÚ
Peru is an attractive country for tourism for its culture, geography, history, cuisine and Cocteleria.
This country has more than one hundred thousand archeological sites, why eighty percent of tourism is cultural.
Tourísm in PERU
The city of Cusco (quechua: Qusqu, Qosqo), or Cuzco, for its antiquity and significance, the city centre retains many buildings, squares and streets of pre-Hispanic times as well as colonial buildings, which prompted it to be declared World Heritage Humanity in 1983 by Unesco.
Known to antonomástico of The White City by the colonial buildings of its historic center conducted in ashlar, a showy white volcanic stone very abundant in the region, extracted from quarries ashlar located on the outskirts of the city of Arequipa.
Lima, as a point of entry into the country, has developed an important tourist offer, which highlighted its historic centre, its archaeological sites, nightlife, museums of the city, countless art galleries and numerous popular festivities and traditions . Lima also has a wide variety of restaurants and bars where you can prove not only food and drink locally but also internationally, with the Peruvian cuisine widely recognized throughout area. Lima has been declared Gourmet Capital of America americas at the Fourth International Summit of Gastronomy Madrid Fusion 2006.
Huaraz, is a tourist destination for sports adventure in the mountains. It is also known as "the very noble and generous city" designation dating from the era of struggle for independence of Peru, due to detachment and fervour shown by its inhabitants who joined for the sake emancipatory.
Pisco, Pisco is a place that was found inside the territory of pre-Hispanic cultures Paracas and Nazca, even to 10,000 BC was the first settlement sedentary due to the enormous wealth that former marine inhabitants collected. In that sense, its cultural and historical relics are broad.
WE GO TO LAKE TITICACA - PUNO
Puno, is located in southern Peru, capital of Puno Region and the main city of the border live in southern Peru. It is also known as the "Silver City" because of its Silver Mine, the richest of all South America in his time. Located on the shores of majestic Lake Titicaca, the largest lake in South America for his baggage tourism, and for being the highest navigable lake in the world, clear waters and rich flora, which is also a port for transporting goods and passengers to various islands lake and the republic of Bolivia.
The Peruvian Amazon, the rise of eco-tourism and the promotion of Manu National Park and the Tambopata National Reserve have turned this picturesque city of way to visit this park and the reserve said. Around the city of Iquitos are located several villages and hamlets, like those of native Bora, which have become a tourist attraction.