Meet the people, experiencie the adventure, live the traditions, delight your palate, encounter the past, embrace natural, feel the mystery… Discover the intensity of Peru with Metropolitan Touring Peru.
There are 17 colonial churches around Cusco, all of them built above Inca ceremonial temples. This is part of the “religious fusion” currently found in the city. Have you heard about this… come, let us show you.
It was the beaches of Northern Peru that inspired Ernest Hemingway to write his Nobel Prize winning novel, The Old Man and the Sea.
Housing the best Pre-Hispanic museums in South America, Lima concentrates an assortment of richness of the ancient Peruvians, bringing out the best of each pre-Inca culture into its museums; exposing the northern sculptures and the southern painting techniques.
The Huascaran National Park contains lakes, glaciers, rivers and mountain ranges that offer the ideal settings for the most varied adventure activities.
Discover the place where the Incas innovated their agricultural techniques and brought to the world the treasure of the Andes: more than three thousand varieties of potatoes.
The Inca Trail
Ask 1000 people, among experts and enthusiastic trekkers, to pen a list of their top ten treks and you‘re guaranteed to find the Inca Trail featured on all. The Inca Trail in Peru is full of moments to capture. It ranks among the most famous, and beautiful, treks in the world.
Trujillo and Chiclayo
Warriors, priests, women, children and llamas were sacrificed to join the greatest Moche lord on his voyage to the afterlife. Nowadays, still many archeological mysteries are being uncovered in these territories.
Nazca, Paracas and Ica
The Nazca desert sands reveal treasures of ancient civilizations. Each of these figures extends for over 500 meters (1640 feet).
Machu Picchu has generated more than just visits… it has touched the soul of every traveler. As a result of a special connection with the people, in July 2007, it was recognized as one of the Seven New Wonders of the World. Come and discover it.
Puno and Lake Titicaca
The habitants of the Uros, one of the oldest native communities of America, live today on floating islands much as their ancestors did thousands of years ago.
The Kuelap Fortress, built by the Chachapoyas to fight against the Inca expansion and the Spanish invasion, includes 485 structures surrounded by a stone wall that is higher than the Great Wall of China.
Arequipa and Colca
Experience the deepest canyon in the world and visit the natural habitat of the Vicuña, the camelidae with the finest and most desirable fiber in the world.
Puerto Maldonado, Manu and Iquitos
Looking down from the Andes one gazes out over a vast sea of green that stretches out into the horizon of endless unparallel beauty.
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