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Recommendations for Trekking in Cusco

Recommendations for Trekking in Cusco

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The main recommendation is to be at least 2 days in Cusco for adaptation purposes, in terms of acclimatization or n, the height in the Peruvian mountains is a challengeorthereforewe recommend being well acclimatized. You would be interested in knowing more Recommendations for Trekking in Cusco? Mainly, before practicing this sport we recommend you prepare,

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We arrived at Machupicchu walking

We arrived at Machupicchu walking

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Getting to Machupicchu can be done in different ways, one of them is walking there are currently three ways to get there, We arrived at Machupicchu walking: Inca Trail Path through Hydroelectric From Choquequirao to Machupicchu Some people consider that visiting the citadel of Machupicchu is something expensive. But it is not so, you can

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Tourism is reactivated on the Inca Trail

Tourism is reactivated on the Inca Trail

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Tourism is reactivated on the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu Starting next July 15, tourism will be reactivated on the Inca Trail routes to Machu Picchu and visits to the Inca Trail Network and the Machu Picchu Archaeological Park will increase. The news The news was announced through a statement issued on June 18 by

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Machupicchu visits United States

Machupicchu visits United States

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Congratulations! Machupicchu visits United States Good news, Machupicchu visits the United States are its imposing golden shining powers of Peru, this event has a start date of October 16 of this year 2021, will take place in the famous and spectacular museum in the United States, exactly the exhibition will be held at the Boca

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Ollantaytambo walking the route of the Incas

Ollantaytambo walking the route of the Incas

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Ollantaytambo walking the route of the Incas A word of Quechua origin, the harmonious sound of the word Ollantaytambo invites the traveler to look from the heights; but with one foot on the sacred ground of Inca antiquity. Many of the buildings, routes, and canals are intact and still in use by the people who

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How to get to Machupicchu from Cusco

How to get to Machupicchu from Cusco

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How to get to Machupicchu from Cusco Getting to Machupicchu from Cusco is a really interesting and fun adventure. The route that will lead you from this ancient city to the largest spiritual center in the world is full of surprises. Here we tell you what you will find on the way and how to

Aguas Calientes

Aguas Calientes, at the foot of Machupicchu

Aguas Calientes, at the foot of Machupicchu

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On the way to the Machupicchu sanctuary, in the Urubamba river valley, is the small town of Aguas Calientes. It owes its name to the hot springs located about 800 meters from the main street of the town. Its official name, since 1941, is Machupicchu-Pueblo. One of the most common routes to reach the Inca

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Huayna Picchu, the new mountain

Huayna Picchu, the new mountain

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Huayna Picchu, or a young mountain in Spanish, is the steep natural formation on the side of Machu Picchu, the sacred city. It has 1700 m above sea level and its foot is surrounded by the Urubamba River; It is by far one of the most visited tourist destinations in Peru. One of the main

Places, temple, Ollantaytambo, Cusco, Peru

Ollantaytambo-Tourism Guide Steps for tourist with details

Ollantaytambo-Tourism Guide Steps for tourist with details

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Ollantaytambo is a small town in the Sacred Valley of Incas built near Cusco in Southern Peru. Streets and buildings made with cobblestone give a similar view as they were in Inca times. After the Spanish took Cusco, this is the place where Incas retreated. This town was destroyed many times and reconstructed again in

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