Historical walking Tour in Cusco – Best Inca History

Historical walking Tour in Cusco – Best Inca History

EMPIRE OF THE INCAS Prior to their emergence as conquerors of a vast empire, the Incas were a small and politically unimportant group residing in the southern Peruvian highlands. Around 1414 A.D. They began their expansion through conquest, combing formidable military tactics with highly efficient organizational skills, enabling them to maintain extremely tight control over a far-flung empire. The Inca sovereigns climbed to have descended from the Inti, the Sun God who was the personification of the Andean Water God…

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Perú: Etiquette & Tipping

Perú: Etiquette & Tipping

When tipping in Peru, please do not give coins. Tipping does not happen offen BUT when you take a service people DON’T LIKE at all, when they see coins. For them is better you say “Thank you” rather than coins. Tipping Most restaurant and bar bills include a 10% gratuity. It’s customary to add an extra 10% if the service has been satisfactory. Most Peruvians only tip one or two Soles at small “mom and pop” restaurants that do not…

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Free Walking Tour Cusco

Free Walking Tour Cusco

This is a very old market designed by Mr Eiffel – France at the begining of the 20th century indeed the oldest Market for the half a million inhabitants living here. Usually visitied by many passengers  for many reasons such as shopping.

Thing to do at Plaza de Armas – Cusco

Thing to do at Plaza de Armas – Cusco

THINGS TO DO AT PLAZA DE ARMAS OF CUSCO This article does not include entrance fee spots: MANCO CAPAC’S STATUE Nice artcraft cast in  2011 to conmemorate the founder of Cusco city thounsands years ago approx, sent by his father God Wiracocha to the Valley of “Qosqo” (offical name for Cusco in Quechua language) – It is said so based on traditions – leyends written by Croniclers such as Inca Garcilaso de la Vega back in the 17th century, some of…

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Best Walking Tour Arequipa

Best Walking Tour Arequipa

WALKING TOUR UNDERLINES: This is a private iniciative, therefore all our free tours are based on your DECENT TIPS only. From time to time we do tend to have some coin atendees, it is very sad to see somebody tipping one soles or three soles AS that is how we do survive. As  decent tips we do suggest very kindly 5 to 10usd in South America, in other countries such us USA or EUROPE, 20USD is suggested as a minimun…

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Plaza de Armas Arequipa

Plaza de Armas Arequipa

While traveling in Latin American countries, it is very common to see Plazas with water fountain at the middle part and a Church around it. Plaza de Armas of Arequipa is a must to be visited by all people while being in here, it has very nice portals, a beatiful gothic Cathedral adn a bronze water foutain, all of them designed by europeans and built by indigenious people at colonial and republiccan times. Portals of Plaza de Armas The main…

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EL MEJOR TOUR CUSCO-LIMA – TOURS A PIE

EL MEJOR TOUR CUSCO-LIMA – TOURS A PIE

MEJOR PROGRAMA TURISTICO – CUSCO – partiendo desde Lima Muy buenos dias, el siguiente blog esta dedicado a todos los turistas de habla hispana que desean viajar al Peru: Si viajas en temporada alta conviene reservar vuelos entradas a Machupicchu tren y ya no alcanzas a hacer el inca trail ese se tiene q reservar con más tiempo Las entradas a mp las puedes sacar acá http://www.machupicchu.gob.pe .   DIA PRIMERO – ARRIBO A CUSCO – VISITA GUIADA GRATUITA – PAGADA Aerolíneas es…

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Arequipa’s Volcano

Arequipa’s Volcano

Lots of tourists going to the Ciudad Blanca (White City) to take a glance of its amazing Volcano called “Misti” also known as Putina, some passengers are even climbing it, located in southern Peru near the city of Arequipa with its seasonally snow-capped, symmetrical cone, Misti stands at 5,822 metres – 19,101 ft above sea level and lies between mount Chachani 6,075 m or 19,931 ft and Pikchu Pikchu volcano 5,669 m or 18,599 ft. Its last eruption occured in 1985, 198 years after its previous documented eruption.