A land of ancient archaeological and historical wonder, original Inca foundations, fascinating cities, remarkable white water rafting and surfing opportunities in its motherland, Peru is a fascinating and enduring country. It also plays host to distinguished mountains, and did you know that a colossal 60% of Peru is made up of jungle? And is home to the greatest diversity of plants and wildlife on the planet.
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Once you scratch beneath the scorched coastal desert land and long lasting fog, and stretch beyond its bulky grey architecture, Lima reveals its graceful, modernist structures and welcoming culture. For what Lima lakes in beauty, it makes up for with its literary and cultural experiences and displays. Museums, pottery, cutting edge art spaces and multimedia installations thrive in Lima. There are also religious processions dating back to the 18th century and, in contrast, crowded, bouncing nightclubs. You'll find informational bookstores and shopping malls. If that's not enough there is also golf clubs and baroque churches ornamented with the skulls of saints. Take your pick, visit Lima.
Lake Titicaca is located between Bolivia and Peru, and is one of the most fascinating lakes in the world. It is situated at a very high altitude of over 3800 meters above sea level. With breath-taking views and exquisite surroundings, Lake Titicaca is an unforgettable destination. The town of Puno is the most popular place to stay when visiting Lake Titicaca, as it is close to many attractions of Peru like the Macchu Picchu or the town of Cusco. It really is one of those cherished places on earth that retains its natural beauty.
'La Ciudad Blanca' or 'The White City' is the nickname given to the city of Arequipa. Its white, sillar (white volcanic rock) architecture glistens in the warm Peruvian sunshine that will also warm your heart and your whole travel experience. Arequipa is Peru's second largest city, and is surrounded by three volcanoes; El Misti (still active), Chachani (extinct) and Pichu Pichu (also extinct). These volcanoes were highly respected by the Incas, as the snow from their peaks form the headwaters of the mighty Amazon River. The White City is full of culture and history, and is a wonderfully absorbing place to visit.