Peru Travel Packages from Monograms®

Peru

Peru Travel Packages from Monograms®

Peru

Peru Travel Packages from Monograms®

Peru

Peru Travel Packages from Monograms®

Peru

Peru Travel Packages from Monograms®

Peru

Peru Travel Packages from Monograms®

Peru

Peru Travel Packages from Monograms®

Peru

Peru Travel Packages from Monograms®

Peru

Peru Travel Packages from Monograms®

Peru

Peru Travel Packages from Monograms®

Peru

Peru Travel Packages from Monograms®

Peru

Peru Travel Packages from Monograms®

Peru

Packages with Arequipa

Arequipa

Dating back to the 16th century, Peru's "White City" sits at the foot of the Mount Misti volcano in the western Andes. Beautiful Arequipa's historic center is a showcase of colonial-era Spanish architecture, built from pearly white "sillar" volcanic rock and declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000. A cultural oasis, travelers enjoy the Spanish-influenced cuisine as well as views of the magnificent nearby Inca terraces, and visits to two of the world's deepest canyons, the Valley of the Volcanoes, and several beaches.

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Packages with Chiclayo

Chiclayo

Founded in 1560 as a rural Indian village, Chiclayo is Peru's fourth-largest city. Known as the "City of Friendship," it offers a sunny and warm climate with pleasant sea breezes. Its Plaza de Armas, the main square, features colonial architecture, stylish cafés, and a 19th-century cathedral. The Mercado Modelo marketplace offers a wide range of specialties, including products of local healers and shamans. Chiclayo's main attractions are the nearby archaeological sites and ruins. In particular, the treasures found in the tomb of the Lord of Sipan, one of the leaders of the Moche culture, rivals those found in King Tut's tomb.

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Packages with Cusco

Cusco

Hailed as the capital of the Inca Empire from 1200-1532 AD, Cusco is South America's oldest continuously inhabited city-and its ancient influences are palpable, even today. One of the most visited cities in the country, this UNESCO World Heritage Site is the gateway to Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley. Graced with well preserved colonial architecture, the imposing cathedral and San Blas Church are just two of Cusco's highlights. By simply strolling along the cobblestone streets, layers of history are revealed. Spanish colonial buildings sitting directly atop ancient Inca walls line the plaza, and the city is surrounded by ruins, including the impressive Sacsayhuaman.

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Packages with Lima

Lima

Founded by Spanish explorer Francisco Pizarro in 1535, Peru's largest city and capital is a fascinating place to visit. Lima's historic center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is peppered with pre-Columbian temples and remnants of colonial mansions with lavish, Moorish-style balconies. Must-see attractions include the Government Palace, and the San Francisco Monastery and Cathedral of Lima, which are said to be connected by their underground catacombs. Lima is also popular for its beaches (in the summertime) and is celebrated as the "Gastronomical Capital of the Americas."

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Packages with Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu

Hidden high in the Peruvian Andes is one of the most enigmatic sites from the ancient world-the legendary "Lost City of the Incas." Invisible from below, Machu Picchu was completely self-sufficient, with natural springs and agricultural terraces to sustain the people who called it home. Among the remarkably well preserved structures are palaces, temples, baths, storage rooms, and about 150 residences. Little is known about the Inca's use or daily life here, but many believe one of Machu Picchu's primary roles was as an astronomical observatory. Today, this extraordinary place is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the New 7 Wonders of the World.

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Packages with Sacred Valley

Sacred Valley

The Sacred Valley of the Incas, or Urubamba Valley, is situated between Cusco and the ancient ruins of Machu Picchu. It was an important region for the Incas, and numerous archaeological ruins can be found throughout the valley. With its numerous rivers, it served as a major agricultural point for the Inca Empire and even today, it continues as an agricultural center for native Andean crops such as corn. It is a jumping off point for visiting Machu Picchu, and other nearby ruins include those at the old Incan town of Ollantaytambo, with its impressive examples of Inca masonry. Pisac sits at the eastern end of the valley and is famous for its market, where visitors can bargain for local goods.

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Packages with Trujillo

Trujillo

Founded in 1534 and now Peru's third-largest city, Trujillo is located in North Peru near the Pacific Coast. Its city center features colonial architecture, churches, and mansions with wrought-iron window railings. It was once capital of the Chimu Kingdom (900-1400 AD), and archaeological sites from the Chimu are particular highlights. Nearby is Chan Chan, once the capital of the Chimu Empire and the largest mud citadel in the ancient world. Other notable sites include archaeological remains from the Moche period, including El Brujo and the temples of the Sun and the Moon.

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