Visit Downtown Lima, you can find ther the Beautiful Palace gouvernment, plaza Mayor, the cathedral, lot of shops, and some interesting museums too, Also you can visit some nice beaches in Miraflores, La Punta, and Ancon, If you like to walk in a very nice park I recommend you to go to Parque de la Exposicion, It is very nice with some nice trees around it, I hope It help you, if you have any other question, please let me know :)
Hello, travel by taxi to the places you mention me , will be very expensive if you want to save ! .. I recommend you take bus at about places that are no more than 2 dollars a ticket for each person , bus from airport to center city of Cusco half dollar , you can stay in the Midori hotel is one block from the main square of Cusco, or alternatively they have a guesthouse close to the parade also one block , there will cost very comfortable to visit Pisaq , take a bus whose cost is no more than 2...
Vist "La PIcanteria" restaurant, you will eat tipical food fron the north of my country, then go to Malecón de La Marina to walk and take and see the sea :) then look for a "cremolada" of pisco sour en Curich!! Be happy!
Hola, I am travelling to Peru this June and would like to ask if you have any ideas about this: -Is it a convenient and safe to take a private taxi from Cuzco airport to Sacred Valley and in between drop off at Pisac and the Sunday market? -How much time needed to see Pisac? it can be done on our own or to have a guide? -The weaving shop in Ollataytambo and historical sites/centres, are they within the walking distant from Ollantaytambo train station? - On June 24, there is this Inti...
Must go to good restaurants like Amaz, Central, Astrid & Gaston, Rodrigo, must eat seafood, really wonderful to lunch with ceviche at Chez Wong or Sonia. We have great food, really. Must drink pisco sour at Huaringas Bar and Ayahuasca, great drinks, can walk at Barranco district, bohemian streets, and can enjoy surf in Miraflores's beaches, can visit historic buildings in downtown, just enjoy your trip.
I've always wanted to go to Peru. Is it as magical and desolate and mystical and bleak and beautiful as I imagine it to be? Does the air hum with the voices of the ghosts of the past? Can I find myself there? Can I lose myself there?
The most popular way to get to Machu Picchu is by train. The service is operated by Peru Rail (www.perurail.com) e pela Inca Rail (www.incarail.com). Each company offers a choice of three train every day between Cusco and Aguas Calientes, with different categories and prices. Once in Aguas Calientes, the visitor should walk 700 meters to the entrance of the site or take one of the buses that go up to the location.