Enjoy Peru
XPLORE way

Enjoy Peru
XPLORE way

Peru

Peru, the richest country in the world, invites us to discover that it is not the richest who has the most, but who has the most
unforgettable experiences live. And to start living them you have to travel to Peru, a place where diversity and
authenticity of its culture, nature, and gastronomy, keep the essence of life itself.

LIMA
Lima respects its past and achieves perfect harmony between tradition and contemporary architecture. Go to its streets is to admire its churches, archaeological sites, and mansions with balconies that coexist with modern buildings. In 1991, its Historical Centre was declared a World Cultural Heritage Site: its monuments artistic were to be protected.
Lima is also the only South American capital with access to the sea. Its beaches are perfect for surfers and on its boardwalks, the gentle breeze refreshes bike rides and walks. You can also fly over the Pacific Ocean in a paraglider.
In this city with lineage, founded in 1535, the abundance of natural products, the fusion of techniques and cultures, forged in centuries a cuisine with a mixed identity. Due to the excellent quality and passion of Peruvian chefs, Lima has been named the Gastronomical Capital of Latin America.

Peru

Peru, the richest country in the world, invites us to discover that it is not the richest who has the most, but who has the most
unforgettable experiences live. And to start living them you have to travel to Peru, a place where diversity and
authenticity of its culture, nature, and gastronomy, keep the essence of life itself.

LIMA
Lima respects its past and achieves perfect harmony between tradition and contemporary architecture. Go to its streets is to admire its churches, archaeological sites, and mansions with balconies that coexist with modern buildings. In 1991, its Historical Centre was declared a World Cultural Heritage Site: its monuments artistic were to be protected.

Lima is also the only South American capital with access to the sea. Its beaches are perfect for surfers and on its boardwalks, the gentle breeze refreshes bike rides and walks. You can also fly over the Pacific Ocean in a paraglider.

In this city with lineage, founded in 1535, the abundance of natural products, the fusion of techniques and cultures, forged in centuries a cuisine with a mixed identity. Due to the excellent quality and passion of Peruvian chefs, Lima has been named the Gastronomical Capital of Latin America.

CUSCO

Mystical sacred city, considered the capital of the Tahuantinsuyo Empire, with a great historical and architectural. Surrounded by green valleys with impressive attractions, culture, tradition, and faith still latent.

Known as the navel of the world for being the political and territorial center of the Inca Empire, the department of Cusco shows us an impressive geographical variety from natural mountain ranges and reliefs to rivers like the Urubamba.

The city of Cusco, located in the Andes at 3,399 meters above sea level, was declared the Historical Capital of Peru, which is an impressive sample of high Inca engineering that had as its main tool the stone. As well as places like Choquequirao, Sacsayhuaman, Qenko, Tambomachay, Ollantaytambo and over

all of Machu Picchu, an architectural jewel built with the wisdom of the ancient Incas that served as a central political, religious, and administrative of the time.

MACHU PICCHU

Machu Picchu was declared a Peruvian Historical Sanctuary in 1981 and is on the Humanity since 1983, as part of a whole cultural and ecological ensemble known under denomination Historical Sanctuary of Machu Picchu. On July 7, 2007, Machu Picchu was declared an of the new seven wonders of the modern world in a ceremony held in Lisbon, Portugal, which recounted the participation of a hundred million voters worldwide. Machu Picchu was voted one of the New Seven Wonders of the World in a global Internet survey.

Its peculiar architectural and landscape characteristics, and the veil of mystery it has woven around it.
Much of the literature published about the site has made it one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world.
popular on the planet.

VALLE SAGRADO

In the Valle Sagrado of the Incas are spread beautiful colonial towns that were created, and that today show

their mixture of architecture, art and living culture. There are the villages of Chinchero and its

weavers, Pisac and its craft fair, Urubamba and its cosmopolitanism, Ollantaytambo, with its fortress and its

Inca people are alive. And Maras Moray with her dazzling Salinas, in these territories, of the Sacred Valley,

various communities have created rural tourism and experiential tourism products that astonish their strangers. Each one of them is a world in itself, and together, they make up an unprecedented way of knowing the

most traditional region of the South American Andes!