Peru’s coastal capital Lima.
Ancient and modern… rich and poor… fascinating and entertaining… practical and elegant: Lima is a city of contrasts.
However, Almost a third of all Peruvians call this sprawling metropolis home and they live in everything from modern high-rise condos to humble hill-top shacks.
In the southeast of Peru, at more than eleven thousand feet above sea level, lies the city of Cusco.
The former capital of the Empire of the Sun is the gateway to the Sacred Valley and the long-lost city of Machu Picchu.
Follow in the footsteps of the Incas and venture deep into the mystical Andes to see one of the most glorious places on earth: Machu Picchu, the city in the clouds.
The rise of the Inca empire is shrouded in myth.
Peru’s northern coastline is blessed with a year-round mild climate and perfect sets of rolling waves.
It’s also home to the picturesque colonial city of Trujillo. Yet, there is another, much more fascinating reason why you should visit…
Almost two thousand years ago, the first settlers of the Moche Valley achieved the seemingly impossible with their bare hands.