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Nazca Lines

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 32 Reviews

The arid plains surrounding the small town of Nazca are detailed with South America’s most enigmatic sight, the extraordinary Nazca Lines. Etched into more ...  Read more

Ollantaytambo Fortress

4.5 star rating: Recommended 75 Reviews

Inca street and town planning at its finest is preserved in the village of Ollantaytambo, surrounded by neatly terraced hills. Soaring above the town’s ...  Read more

Pacaya Samiria National Reserve

Peru’s largest and most important protected area is the massive Reserva Nacional Pacaya Samiria, a vast 2.08 million hectare (8,030 square miles; roughly the ...  Read more

Pachacamac Itshma Temple

4.5 star rating: Recommended 60 Reviews

The closest archaeological site to Lima is Pachacamac, a pre-Inca collection of sand-blasted pyramid temples and palaces spanning 1,500 years. Over the ...  Read more

Parque de la Reserva

With 8 hectares of neo-classical gardens and pagodas, dotted with ornamental sculptures, Parque de la Reserva is a welcome pocket of greenery, located on the ...  Read more

Peruvian Amazon

Covering over half of the country, yet home to a mere 5% of its population, the Peruvian Amazon is Peru’s most precious natural asset, a vast wilderness of ...  Read more

Pisac Indian Market

4.5 star rating: Recommended 75 Reviews

The Sacred Valley town of Pisac was once a lofty Inca citadel. These days, it attracts shoppers rather than warriors, with its popular Sunday-morning ...  Read more

Planetarium Cusco

By day, the city of Cusco is an enchanting playground of mysterious Inca ruins. By night, the city is bathed in a soft yellow light which illuminates the ...  Read more

Plaza de Armas

Plaza de Armas is the main square in Arequipa, featuring vibrant gardens, lush palm trees, bird fountains and colonial architecture. The first thing you will ...  Read more

Plaza de Armas (Huacaypata)

There was once a time when Cusco was the center of the powerful Incan Empire. From the coastal deserts of southern Peru to the frigid peaks of the Andes, ...  Read more

Pre-Columbian Art Museum

Many travelers to Cuzco are familiar with the Inca, the native inhabitants of the Peruvian Andes who were brutally conquered by the Spanish. Fewer people, ...  Read more

Presidential Palace

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Dominating the northern quarter of Lima’s UNESCO-listed Plaza de Armas, the grand Presidential Palace, or Casa de Pizarro, is one of the city’s most ...  Read more

Puerto Maldonado

For many adventure travelers to South America, Peru serves as the gateway to the vast Amazon rainforest. Sitting within the Amazon just west of the border with ...  Read more

Qorikancha

4.5 star rating: Recommended 41 Reviews

The Inca site of Qorikancha forms the foundations of the colonial church of Santo Domingo, creating an unusual combination of monolithic Inca and arched ...  Read more

Quechua Village

4.5 star rating: Recommended 84 Reviews

The Quechua are the indigenous people of the Andes, and their language is also called Quechua. The Inca used the Quechua language to unify their empire, ...  Read more

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