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11 things you should know before traveling to Peru

Posted by Erik Krause on
11 things you should know before traveling to Peru

Location: Peru // Theme: Tips and Insiders // Readtime: 6min

Planning to travel to Peru? Let me share with you 11 interesting and important things to know before traveling to Peru to make your planning and stay over here easier and more comfortable...

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Things to do in Cusco: 4 alternative Cusco attractions

Posted by exploor peru on
Things to do in Cusco: 4 alternative Cusco attractions

Location: Cusco // Theme: Tips & Insiders // Readtime: 7min

Before traveling your first time to Cusco, the big question you ask yourself is “what to visit in Cusco?”. Especially something that is an alternative attraction and experience that stays for your entire life. Here is a list of 4 alternative places to visit and things to do in Cusco, making your stay different.

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Discover the Best Route to the Famous Rainbow Mountains of Peru

Posted by Oliver Eberlein on
Discover the Best Route to the Famous Rainbow Mountains of Peru

City: Cusco, Mountains // Activities: Trekking to Rainbow Mountains // Readtime: 8min

Cusco's Rainbow Mountains have been gaining increasing popularity recently, especially through the distribution of beautiful pictures on social media. The rainbow-colored mountains are definitely worth seeing while in Cusco but don't take the first offer you see as there are many differences between the tours. Find out more about the best route to the rainbow mountains...

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Tips and Insiders on what to do in Cusco - free city guide

Posted by exploor peru on
Tips and Insiders on what to do in Cusco - free city guide

City: Cusco, City // Activities: City Tips and Insiders // Readtime: 6min

If there is one destination in Peru everybody visits, it’s Cusco. Only a few days there and you wish to see as much as possible. Overwhelmed of all those amazing places inside and outside of the city, “what to do in Cusco” is a question I read in many forums like Tripadvisor or Lonely Planet and if guides are really necessary.

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