Ollantaytambo Travel Guide
The Living Inca City
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15 September 2014Peru promoted tourism and archaeological destinations in U.K. operators
Peru’s export and tourism promotion board Promperu will carry out the event "Door to Door-London" from September 9 to 12 in London, the United Kingdom and North Ireland to promote Peruvian tourist attractions among U.K tour operators.
According to PromPeru, the three-day event aims to attract the main tour operators in the United Kingdom and provide them with specialized and ...
11 September 2014Top routes to Machu Picchu by National Geographic
There’s nothing like the satisfaction of approaching Machu Picchu on one’s own two feet, which is why the classic Inca Trail hike has become so popular in recent years. The time when a traveler could roll into Cusco and set up an Inca Trail trek for the following day—or week, or month—has long since passed, though. To limit damage ...
08 September 2014Inside the City Tour of Cusco: Puca Pucara "The Red Fortress"
Puca Pucara is a archaeological center located in Cusco, more knowing as "The Red Fortress", because calcareous stones with which it was built and these stones had acquired a green coloration of the area, rich in iron.
The experts pointed that this place was a fortress with the object of protect to Tambomachay, a important palace in inca times, which ...
04 September 2014Pisaq: A wonderful place in the Sacred Valley of Cusco
Pisaq is an archaeological site located in Cusco and it is considered one of most important sites into Sacred Valley of the Incas. Inside of Pisaq, the tourists can see a semicircular building with a straight side wall that is the mythic Sun temple which attract a lot of travelers, photographers and experts of architecture. This place worked as ...
01 September 2014Machu Picchu and the Sacred Valley
The Incan empire was the largest in pre-Columbian America, and its center was Cusco, in modern-day Peru. The ruins at Machu Picchu and environs have fascinated travelers for hundreds of years. In an active yet easy journey, explore these treasures and other less-visited sites, and learn more about the civilization that fell to Spanish conquerors in the 16th century.