Is the fifth highest mountain in Peru, is called the "Creator of the Waters", because its glacial mass gives rise to the Sibinacocha lagoon, the second largest in Cusco
In the 16th century, Lima was the most important and powerful metropolis in Latin America
Since their discovery in the 1920s, the lines have been variously interpreted, but their significance remains largely shrouded in mystery.
It is one of the biggest religious festivals in Peru, which is celebrated every year on the same date in July.
A paradise for nature lovers, with a biodiversity that is manifested in more than 1000 species of animals and 965 species of wild plants.
The oldest inhabited town in America, a fortress that you cannot miss