The Andes' most compelling country, thanks to attractions including bustling capital Lima with its colonial core; remnants of ancient civilizations like the Nazca lines, Machu Picchu, and temples of Cuzco; and the eco-lodges of the Peruvian Amazon.

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Cuzco's Festival of the Sun among '4 of Latin America's Most Fascinating Festivals'

If you’re planning on choosing a holiday with a whole new sense of adventure, there seems to be a huge number of places still available to surprise - even shock and stun - the most jaded traveler. Yet while the temples of southeast Asia, vast canyons of North America, and unmistakable coastlines of Europe are all fantastic places to lose yourself for a week or two, one continent stands out from all the rest as a partygoer’s dream: Central and South America. We’ve all heard of the blowouts that…

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Visiting Cuzco & surrounding areas? Here's a pass that makes it easy & affordable!

Along with the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu not far away, a visit to Cuzco in the Andes - a magical mix of Spanish colonial and precolumbian Inca - is a bucket-list must for every world traveler. And there's a lot to see, which is why the Cusco Tourist Ticket (also known as BTC Cusco) is an excellent idea for visitors, bundling entry fees for the main attractions in and around the city, valid for one to ten days depending on the type, for prices between 70 and 130 soles (currently about 21-38…

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  • Just had Peruvian-style rotisserie chicken last night from Pardo's Chicken, an upscale but very reasonably priced restaurant in downtown Coral Gables (Miami). The great surprise is that it's actually a chain with locations throughout Peru, as well as Chile and Mexico. You have to try their juicy, exquisitely marinated chicken to believe it. Next time you're in Peru, definitely give Pardo's a try!
  • Just had Peruvian-style rotisserie chicken for lunch from Pardo's Chicken, an upscale but very reasonably priced restaurant in downtown Coral Gables (Miami). The great surprise is that it's actually a chain with locations throughout Peru, as well as Chile and Mexico. You have to try their juicy, exquisitely marinated chicken to believe it. Next time you're in Peru, definitely give Pardo's a try!
  • I am proud to be Peruvian, and visited Macchu Picchu 8 times, with diferent kind of groups, The adverturers,river drating and hiking, the Mystical, the architects,etc, evert time a different experience, you will never see it all.Peru is a rich country in every sense!!!! visit Peru!
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