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World Day Tourism in Cusco, What to see and do?

World Day Tourism in Cusco, What to see and do?

Every September 27th the “Tourism Day” is celebrated worldwide and in Peru it is celebrated with gastronomic, artisanal and cultural fairs in the main cities of the country.

One of the cities that celebrates this day is Cusco, where one of the 7 wonders of the World – Machu Picchu – is located and for that reason it is visited by thousands of tourists a year and during the month of September it is a good season to visit it given that the Beginning of Spring and the presence of large festivities is greater than in other months of the “Low Season”.

One day in Lima! – what to see and what to do?

One day in Lima! – what to see and what to do?

The city of Lima is the largest point of entry for tourists to Peru and therefore is an almost mandatory destination to visit during your trip. Whether you want to stay a few days in this city or just use it as a waypoint to board a flight to Cusco or another city, in this blog we give you some ideas to make in a single day.

Cusco, Where to stay?

Cusco, Where to stay?

Cusco is one of the favorite destinations worldwide since it is a forced step towards one of the Wonders of the World – Machu Picchu.

Therefore, there is a need to know where and how much does it cost to stay in this city? The number of hotels, hostels and hostels has been increasing since Machu Picchu was declared as a wonder of the world.

Anniversary of Arequipa – August 2018

Anniversary of Arequipa – August 2018

This August 15th the “White City” of Arequipa celebrates its 478th anniversary of Spanish foundation as the “Beautiful Villa of our Lady of the Assumption”.

For this reason, the entire Arequipa population is ready to celebrate their city anniversary, which has a dry climate during the winter, autumn and spring and due to the presence of humidity it also has a temperate climate.

Trek Lares – Alternative route to Machu Picchu

Trek Lares – Alternative route to Machu Picchu

Inca Trail is already exhausted for the months of August, September and even October the question arises of how to get to Machu Picchu without getting lost in the culture and not just take a train.

The Lares walk is an excellent alternative to the traditional Inca Trail as it has the same number of days (4 days) and the same destination – Machu Picchu – through this walk you can get to know Machu Picchu enjoying the beauty of the landscape, culture and the best coexisting with local communities that have known how to maintain their current customs and traditions.