Attractions in Peru

Ollantaytambo The Last Living Inca City

Planning Peru vacations? You really should if you have not yet. Peru is one of the most popular spots for tourists and is home to some of the most incredible attractions in the world. The greens look beautiful, the mountains tower over you, and the sun blazes down. The combined effect produces some of the most spectacular panoramas that you will ever see on the face of this Earth. So, avail Peru travel packages, pack your bags and go off to this beautiful region.

When you do have your Peru vacation, be sure not to miss any of the attractions mentioned here.

Machu Picchu

Without any doubt, Machu Picchu is one of the most visited spots in the entire Peru region. A rich heritage is prevalent in the area, which adds more to its beauty. Beyond Machu Picchu lie the ruins, which are amazing to watch. Especially if you do it at sunrise from atop the Huayna Picchu Mountain.


Arequipa has been nicknamed the ‘White City’. Because every church, home and monastery in this region has been built with a white sillar stone. The city is surrounded with semi desert countryside that beautifies the outskirts. The deepest spot in the world, which is Colca Canyon, is situated at a few hours’ drive from this city. Moreover, the largest birds in the world or the condors are also seen in the skies above. If you want to witness natural beauty and indulge in outdoor adventures, then you should include Arequipa in your Peru vacations.

Peru Atractions


In the historical era, Chiclayo was a village that was situated between Zaña and Lambayeque. For quite a long time, historians did not consider it important enough, but this changed when the Lord of Sipán, the Lord of Sicán and the Túcume Pyramids were discovered. All these artifacts have now been preserved at the Sican National Museum and can be seen by the general public. Because of this, Chiclayo is now considered right behind Cusco from an archaeological and historical point of view.

The Sacred Valley

The Sacred Valley, which belonged to the Incas, lies between Ollantaytambo and Pisac. In the past, the Inca Empire considered it to be precious and now historians do the same because of the ruins that lie there. The Urubamba River also flows through the region, which just adds more beauty to the already spectacular scenario.

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