In Peru's second-most populous city, aka "The White City," stunning colonial buildings made of pearly sillar stone vie for attention with the surrounding volcanoes and snow-capped peaks of the western Andes.
Machu Piccu By Chris Perry To get to Machu Picchu, international flights arrive in Lima, Peru, located on the Pacific coast. Connect or straight flight into Cusco Airport, then take a Train or you can do a hike to Machu Picchu
Many of the almost 250 colonial buildings entitled as Human Heritage by UNESCO, are close to the main square. Some have been turned into banks, stores, restaurants and departments. Spend some time in Arequipa to get a feel for spanish influence on Peru.
Experience the archaeological highlights and the cultural treasures of the Andean highlands, then uncover the secrets of the mysterious Nazca Lines and Peru's desert coast on this incredible three-week adventure.