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Tourist Attractions of Peru South of America and located in the Pacific Ocean, is a beautiful country considered one of the most biologically diverse in the world: we refer to the Republic of Peru . With around 32 million inhabitants and an incredible millenary history, this Latin American nation has an immense variety of tourist places to explore within its territory ,

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Ourist Attractions of Peru That is why below we will share our list of the most impressive tourist attractions in this country, which we hope will be of help to organize your next vacation and you can enjoy all the sites of interest in the almost 1.300.000 square kilometers what this nation has

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Macchu Picchu It is impossible to think of Peru without it coming to mind Machu Picchu: the legendary Inca town located in the Eastern Cordillera, in the south of the country, which adorns postcards and tourist images. And it is that this location is so famous that it even displaces, as the favorite destination of travelers, places of importance and complexity as Lima, or of historical weight and mystery as the Nazca Lines. Machu Picchu is the quintessential image of the city lost in nature, a memory of a remote era.

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Declared one of the New Seven Wonders of the Modern World in 2007, it also holds the recognition of UNESCO as a World Heritage Site since 1983, and of the Peruvian Government since 1981, which considers it a Historical Sanctuary. A masterpiece of architecture and engineering, it is also a place of incomparable scenic beauty. All this, as well as its incredible history, makes Machu Picchu a mandatory stop for the more than 3,300 tourists it receives daily.

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The City of Kings, as it was known in colonial times, is the capital and most important city of Peru . It is located on the central coast of the country, on the shore of the Pacific Ocean; It has more than 8,500,000 inhabitants and a history that dates back to 1535.

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The latter, together with its attractions (which include its historic center, archaeological sites, nightlife, museums, art galleries, festivals and traditions), make it one of the most visited sites in the Andean nation, as well as America Latina and the world . Lima has places of interest such as its historic center, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1988, which also includes architectural works such as the Plazas de Armas and San Martín, the Cathedral, the Basilica and Convents of San Francisco and Santo Domingo, and the Palace of Torre Tagle .

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Arequipa is the second city of Peru in terms of population, and at the same time seat of its judicial power. It is an important industrial and commercial focus of the nation located to the south and home to just over 1,000,000 people. It has a history that is traced back to pre-Inca times. Throughout its existence it has had a development that earned it charming titles -such as "White City", "Caudillo City" or "The City of the Eternal Blue Sky" -, and it has also been the birthplace of important figures from the intellectual, political world and Peruvian religious.

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The historic center of Arequipa is also, since 2000, a World Heritage Site according to UNESCO, since its buildings represent the integration of European and American construction techniques whose authors - Spanish, Creole and indigenous - gave life, without knowing it, to a style called " Arequipeño " that extended to present-day Bolivia; and its monuments, examples of colonial and republican architecture, include the Cathedral of Arequipa, the Church of the Company, the Goyeneche Palace, the Casa de la Moneda and the Plaza de Armas . All this means that more than 1,500,000 visitors a year come to Arequipa and its tourist places .

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The historic center of Arequipa is also, since 2000, a World Heritage Site according to UNESCO, since its buildings represent the integration of European and American construction techniques whose authors - Spanish, Creole and indigenous - gave life, without knowing it, to a style called " Arequipeño " that extended to present-day Bolivia; and its monuments, examples of colonial and republican architecture, include the Cathedral of Arequipa, the Church of the Company, the Goyeneche Palace, the Casa de la Moneda and the Plaza de Armas . All this means that more than 1,500,000 visitors a year come to Arequipa and its tourist places .

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Cuzco is the historical capital of Peru . It is located southeast of the nation, on the eastern slope of the Andes, and has a population of almost 450,000. Its history dates from pre-Inca times, and the legend of its origin is the same as that of the Inca Empire, of which it was the capital; In the same way, it enjoyed great importance during the viceroyalty, during which countless plazas, churches and palaces of Baroque and Neoclassical styles were built. Therefore, it is not surprising the meaning of this city for the country and the Peruvian tourist industry, which is the main destination.

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Cuzco is also, since 1983, a World Heritage Site for UNESCO, and its historic center mixes constructions from both the Inca and Spanish periods. Among the latter stand out the Convent and Church of La Merced, of Baroque style; the Cathedral of Cuzco, an eclectic construction that mixes late-Gothic, Plateresque , Renaissance and Baroque styles; and the Plaza de Armas , site of the execution of Tupac Amaru II in 1871, or the Proclamation of Independence in 1814, as well as important celebrations that take place year after year. The most important Inca construction is the Coricancha , geographical, political and religious center of the Empire, and on which is currently the Santo Domingo temple.

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Punta Sal is a small town and at the same time a paradisiacal resort located in the Department of Tumbes, Province of Contralmirante Villar , approximately 80 kilometers south of the city of Tumbes. It is an extensive beach that is usually divided into two sections - called "Punta Sal Chica " and "Punta Sal Grande" -, from where visitors can perform various outdoor activities, such as water sports, diving and fishing; walk along the coast; bathe in warm, serene waters; contemplate and photograph the landscape, biodiversity and sunset; and enjoy the gastronomy, services, amenities and attractions offered by its hotels.

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Máncora is a natural gem located north of Peru , in the province of Talara , department of Piura. It is recognized worldwide for its beaches of light beige sand and partially orange; its crystal clear blue-green waters in summer and turquoise in winter, where you can dive, surf, watch whales and swim with turtles; its hills full of sand; its fauna; its tropical savannah flora or equatorial dry forest, which you can appreciate moving away a few kilometers from the Pacific coasts; and its gastronomy, which is benefited by the constant presence of cold currents from Humboldt and hot from El Niño, which provide chefs with varied products from the sea. All this makes Máncora one of the most popular tourist attractions of the Andean nation.

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Playa Caballeros is located south of Lima, in the district of Punta Hermosa. Full of life, both local and foreign visitors, is a spa that is known for its calm waters, pleasant sands, and rocks at the southern and northern ends; as well as its long and well-formed waves, ideal for surfing. In the same way, it is an appropriate place for the fishing of marine species such as cheetah.

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With almost two million hectares of surface, this Peruvian natural space is located in one of the most biodiverse regions of the planet. Walk the Manu River and marvel at the landscape that includes juagares , shorebirds, turtles and even macaws.

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