Peru, thanks to international awards and famous chefs is now recognized as a top culinary destination worldwide. Although Lima is the culinary capital, Cusco with its fresh produce, Andean flavors and unique gastronomic experiences is not lacking in culinary experiences. From pizza nights, cooking lessons, Pachamancas and more, there are our favorite culinary experiences in Cusco: ...
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Picture this: you wake up in a plush bed to a 300-degree view of the rolling green hills, snowcapped mountains, sprawling blue skies, and rushing rivers of Peru. Now, what if I were to tell you, this could be you. Everyone is always searching for a unique way to travel and enjoy once-in-a-life time experiences....
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The Inca trails in the Historic Sanctuary When I first went to Cusco in 1973 I set up an offset printing shop, the first in the city. We published the first maps and guides to Cusco, the Sacred Valley (at that time only the stretch between Sacsayhuaman and Pisac was surfaced) and Machu Picchu. One...
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Most people immediately think of Machu Picchu and beautiful landscapes when they think of Peru, but Peruvian food is now one of the top reasons to visit the country. Lima has been declared the World’s Leading Culinary Destination by the World Travel Awards for seven years in a row! It should come as no surprise then that...
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Huaraz is a quaint town nestled between the infamous Andes Mountains in Peru. Huaraz attracts people from all over the globe due to its world-class nature, trekking, mountain biking, and more! We have scoured for the best hotels in and around Huaraz and comprised a list for you. Find comfort and hospitality within the raw...
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Pacific Ocean views, archaeological sites and one of the best culinary destinations in the world, Lima is a vibrant city that invites you to stay a few days. When it comes to finding a hotel in the Ciudad de los Reyes (City of Kings), you’ve got plenty of options. From art filled mansions in Barranco to cool...
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