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Click here for hotels in Aguas Calientes Peru and its hotels. Aguas Calients---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name)Aguas Calientes is a fairly new city that really was built to provide tourism facilities for Machu Picchu at a reasonable price.  It is the closest town to Machu Picchu being just at the base of the Machu Picchu Citadel itself and on the train route from Cuzco. It is a good choice for quality and value as an alternative to the Machu Picchu Sanctuary Lodge which is the only hotel actually on the Citadel. Aguas Calients is only less than a mile away from the Puente Ruinas train station. From Aguas Calientes there are buses that will take you to the ruins almost hourly. 

Click here for hotels in Amazonas, Peru and its hotels. Amazonas---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name) Capital city of Chachapoyas. Close to the famed Jungle Kuelap Ruins, Moyobamba. Known for its 2,500 varieties of orchids.

Click here for Arequipa Peru and its hotels. Arequipa----or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name) The "White City" located in the southern highlands, 7,740 fect above sea level on the slopes of the Misti Volcano. Second largest city in Peru. Crammed with Spanish Colonial and Andalusian influences and architecture. The Santa Catalina Convent, Goyeneche Palace and the Casa del Moral are some of its most interesting sites. Beautiful countryside in the surrounding area. The awesome nearby Colca Canyon is twice as deep as the Grand Canyon ! Visitors can make short one-day visits to the Colca, take a week-long trek (year around) or descend the river by kayak or raft, June thru September. The latter only for professionals ! Safer rafting can also be undertaken along the nearby calm Majes River, wandering through wonderful scenery, close to numerous archaeological sites. Apart from the Panamerican Highway, there are numerous flights daily from/to Lima (75 mins.), Cuzco (35 mins.) and Juliaca (25 mins.) 

Click here for Ayacucho Peru and its hotels. Ayacucho---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name) The Andean "Town of Churches", which is some times said to have more of them than houses ! Beautiful architecture ! A location with exquisite handicraft, including pottery, leatherwork, textiles and jewelery. One of the most important centers of Peru's long historical background. A 45 min daily flight from Lima.

Click here for Cajamarca Peru and its hotels. Cajamarca---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name). Located in the Northern Highlands it is famed for its traditional churches, and natural hot springs, such as the "Baños del Inca" (Inca Baths). The famous "Rescue Room" which Inka Athahualpa was forced by Conqueror Francisco Pizarro to fill with gold and silver, in an effort to save his life (didn't work, they killed him anyway!) is also located here. 

Click here for Camana Peru and its hotels. Camana---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name) A lovely town famous for its cuisine with around 35,000 inhabitants, located on the South Panamerican Highway, 830kilometers from Lima, just beyond Nazca and shortly before Arequipa. Camana is situated on the coast in an agricultural valley, with a river that produces the most delicious “camarones” (shrimp) in the country ! During summer its 40 kms of beaches are host to large numbers of bathers from all around, especially from Arequipa. Underwater and over water sports are most popular here. Closeby you will find an Archaeological Museum and “Las Bodeguillas”, caves which were used - it is said - to hideway treasures brought down from Cuzco Inca Temples.

Click here for Canete Peru and its hotels. Canete ---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name)A small easily reached sleepy town south of Lima, close to several other similar locations in the Lunahuana valley. Ideal for rafting, down the Cañete River. Accessible via the Southern branch of the Panamerican Highway. Tasty down-to-earth cuisine !

Click here for Chiclayo Peru and its hotels. Chiclayo ---or see Map Location. (For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name) Is a northern coastal city with a hot and sunny climate. Chiclayo and other towns in northern Peru are centres of witchcraft. Among the places of archeological interest around Chiclayo are Túcume, Batán Grande and Huaca Rajada, where a royal Moche mausoleum was found in 1987. The greatest discovery was the tomb of the Señor de Sipán, whose funeral clothes were adorned with gold, silver and jewels. Archaeologists have ascertained that he was a royal ruler 1600 years ago and that he was about 30 years old when he died. However, the Señor de Sipán is still shrouded in mistery. His precise identity and cause of death remain unknown. The priceless funeral artefacts unearthed from the tomb can be viewed at the Brüning Museum in Lambayeque, 11km 87miles) north of Chiclayo. There are daily flights from Lima (1 hour) and Trujillo (15 min) as well as road access via the North Panamerican Highway from Lima (780 km.).

Click here for Chimbote Peru and its hotels. Chimbote, ---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name) A town just south of Trujillo, on the coast north of Lima. It is the largest fishing port in Peru, where fish flour and canned fish are produced in exportable quantities. It is also the largest steel producing center in the country.

Click here for Chincha Peru and its hotels. Chincha ---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name)This small town is located 200 kilometers south of Lima on the Panamerican Highway. Like so many other towns on the barren Peruvian Coast, Chincha is located in a rich valley producing fruit and vegetables. It is noted for being the birthspot of a very prominent Negro culture and folklore, brought from Africa by slaves who years ago worked on the "haciendas". One of these (San Jose) is now a converted vacation resort.

Click here for Cuzco Peru and its hotels. Cuzco ---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name) Situated 3360 m (11,024 feet) above sea level, was once the capital of the Inca Empire. Remains of the granite stone walls of the Inca Palace and temples can still be seen-the most remarkable is the Koricancha, or Sun Temple. Of the several churches, the 17th-century La Merced and its monastery San Francisco Belen de los Reyes, Santa Clara and San Blas are the most interesting, representative as they do a blend of colonial and Indian architecture. Overlooking Cuzco is the immense fortress of Sacsayhuaman. Also easily accessible are the Inca sites of Kenko, Puca Pucara and Tambomachay, and the markets of Pisac (Tuesdays, Thursday and Sundays) and Chincheros are also an attraction. The Inka City of Cuzco is also the main entry point to reach the world-famed wonders of Machu Picchu, The Sacred Valley of the Incas and the exciting Urubamba and Vilcanota River Rafting locations. Cuzco is best reached from Lima or Arequipa by air, daily. It is also accessible from Arequipa by train. 

Click here for Huacho Peru and its hotels. Huacho---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name) A small town located 148 kilometers north of Lima on the Panamerican Coastal Highway. It is close to the National Park of Lachay, where a microclimate caused by a localized high degree of humidity, has created a natural area of extensive vegetation inhabited by small wildlife, right in the middle of the barren desert hillside.

Click here for Huaraz Peru and its hotels. Huaraz ---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name)This city of roughly 75,000 inhabitants is located 3091 meters above sea level in the Callejon de Huaylas, a valley overlooked by the Andes mountain ranges of the "Cordillera Blanca" and the "Cordillera Negra". Due to its glacial lakes and snowbound peaks the area is often referred to as the "Peruvian Switzerland". Closeby mountain "Huascaran" is the tallest in Peru (6,800 meters). Huaraz is mostly sunny and dry during the daytime and cold at night, with rainfalls December thru April. Mountain climbers from all over the world relish visiting Huaraz.

Click here for Ica Peru and its hotels. Ica---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name) Ica is easy to reach by car from Lima via the South Panamerican Highway. The regional Museum at Ica houses many objects from the primitive Peruvian cultures : mummies, war trophies, pottery, cloth and gold ornaments. The surrounding area is renowned for its lovely vineyards. Local wines and the famous "Pisco" brandy are produced here !

Click here for Ilo Peru and its hotels. Ilo---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name) A very busy port located in the southern region of the Country in Moquegua. The area has two of the largest mines in South America - Cuajone and Toquepala. Ilo is the outlet for mineral exports and also handles large volumes of incoming freight destined to both Peru and Bolivia, where it is onforwarded by rail.

Click here for Iquitos Peru and its hotels. Iquitos ---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name) Iquitos is the most important town in the heart of the jungle area of Peru. The Peruvian Amazon area is larger than Spain, France and Germany, combined ! Formerly an abandoned Jesuit mission, it began to grow in 1864 when the river post of Loreto was established. From the end of the XIX century untily early 1900, it was the centre for the rich rubber industry. Great mansions bear witness to a past splendor which ended in 1912 with the ruin of the rubber trade. The murmur of the jungle penetrates its streets. The floating houses of the Port of Belén, on the Amazon, are reminiscent of the river cities of Bangkok and Hong Kong. The tiles on the outside of its buildings give the town a unique air. Iquitos is an excellent starting point for journeys into the jungle. It can be reached from Lima daily, by air.

Click here for Juliaca Peru Juliaca---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name)A city of around 136,000 inhabitants located approximately 3,800 meters above sea level on the “altiplano” (andean plateau) of Qollao, relatively close to Lake Titicaca. A cattlebreeding area know for its textile and leather goods. Alpaca wool trading is extensive and typícal of the region. Closeby are the archaeological ruins of Sillustani. Juliaca is connected by train with closeby Puno, Cuzco and Arequipa. Its airport is served by daily flights from Lima, via Arequipa.

Click here for Lima Peru and its hotels. Lima----or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name) Also known as the "City of the Kings" or "Garden City" it is the capital of Peru. A bustling metropolis with over 7 million inhabitants, located on the coast, roughly mid-way between the Ecuadorean border and Chile. It was founded in 1535 in the Rimac valley by the Spanish conqueror, Francisco Pizarro. The city is very contrasting: beautiful historical buildings with balconies, convents, churches and plazas from the days of the Spaniards are located in the old city center, whereas modern buildings, parks, numerous restaurants, hotels and shopping centers are located in the residential areas of Miraflores, San Isidro, Monterrico, La Molina and others. Lima has several splendid museums, galleries and monuments reeking with history! The summer beach season (December-April) is ideal for bathing and surfing, right below the cliffs overlooked by Miraflores and San Isidro! Quaint little beach towns with restaurants serving fresh sea food are spread along the coast 120 km. South of the city. Although during the cool season (May-November), the city is mostly overcast, lots of sun and pleasant countryside restaurants are found minutes away, just up the Rimac valley. There are several pre-Inca cities on the outskirts of Lima, such as Cajamarquilla and Pachacamac, well worth visiting. The city is accessible by air from the U.S.A. (several daily nonstops from Miami, New York, Dallas, Atlanta, Houston, Los Angeles) and from practically all major European and South American Capitals. Likewise, it is well connected by air with daily flights to/from all major Peruvian cities. It is also linked to them by well paved highways and boasts of the highest railroad in the world, taking passengers and freight eastbound into the Andean mountains. Electricity in Lima - and also in other towns - is 220 volts, 60 cycles.
Main Districts of Lima (you can click on the district's name for our map of Lima): 
Airport: Located in Callao, some 20-25 minutes from Lima. The location of both the International and Domestic airports for Peru. 
Barranco: is a coastal district of Lima, located in the very southeast, below Miraflores. It has always been a "Bohemian" neighborhood, place for artists and special people. It is more relaxed and unspoiled than Miraflores It is a great option for accommodations and for special restaurants and bars. 
Chacarillo, Monterrico: Located in the Surco District, with upscale shopping centers and shops, as well as residential neighborhoods, some 25 minutes from Lima's airport. 
Downtown: It contains Major Government and institutions, museums. libraries and is the historic center of Lima: some 20 minutes from Lima's International and Domestic Airport. 
Miraflores: An upscale area, and the new business shopping/center of Lima, Larcomar, shopping and restaurants and lovely tree lined streets. It boasts a wide selection of hotels in all price ranges. It is close to the Pacific ocean for good views, and 25 minutes from Lima's International and Domestic Airport. 
San Isidro: The location of trendy shops, boutiques, restaurants, the center of most major business and financial institutions, quality hotels and quiet upscale residences and Embassies, as well as the 300 year-old Olive Grove park, still sprouting olives, and the Lima Golf club. A preferred location to stay in Lima, 20 minutes from Lima's International and Domestic Airport.

Click here for a simplified map of Lima, Peru and its main districts and attractions. 

Click here for Machu Picchu and its hotels Machu Picchu---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name) Though uninhabited, this historical Inca citadel is one of the true marvels of the world !! The magnificent, breathtaking, conglomeration of stone ruins, palaces, towers, temples, terraces, staircases and other remains, nestling in mountains, surrounded by beautiful vegetation, is an unforgettable lifetime experience-in itself worth the journey to Peru !! Machu Picchu can be reached by railroad, helicopter or by walking the Inca Trail. The entry point to reach Machu Picchu is Cuzco, connected to Lima by daily flights. 

Click here for Mancora Peru and its hotels Mancora---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name) A small coastal village surrounded by an ever - increasing number of beach resorts, it is noted for its lovely bathing shores, snorkeling, windsurfing and other sea sports. Close by Cabo Blanco is home to the Black Marlin, Swordfish and other species; a location which was well known to Ernest Hemingway and inspired him to write "The Old Man and The Sea". The world's most perfect and even surfing waves break on many of these beaches. Accessible from Lima via the Tumbes and Talara Airports or by the Panamerican Highway.

Click here fo Moquegua Peru and its hotels Moquegua---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name) A city located on the Southern Peruvian Coast, with a population of 138,000 inhabitants. The climate is dry and warm with sunshine throughout most of the year. The town has a lovely view of the fertile valley it overlooks. Historians report that this town was closely related to the Tiahuanaco and Pucara cultures, belonging to the Lake Titicaca region, up in the highlands, further to the east. Moquegua is traditionally a fruit and wine producer, although now its main activity is mineral mining. It is in a volcanic area, close to Huaynaputina and Tixani mountains. The town has many monuments left by the Spaniards. Moquegua is famed for its varied and tasty sweet products, wines, pisco and cognac.

Click here for Nazca Peru and its hotels Nazca---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name) Nazca is a very small community of just over 50,000 inhabitants, located 440 kms south of Lima, on the Panamerican Highway. It is famed for the closeby misterious "Nazca Lines", an unresolved marvel, even in our modern computer age! Visible by air from small aircraft and also from ground look-out points. These channels run along the ground in the desert over a surface area of more than five hundred square kilometres. Some authors have imagined the Nazca drawings to be the outline of a landing ground for extra-terrestial space ships. Others interested in the subject maintain that the villagers in the region had, in the far distant past, succeeded in flying through the air in balloons. Whatever the origin of these Nazca lines is, the Incas took the secret with them when they vanished.

Click here for Paracas Peru and its hotels Paracas---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name) Paracas is a Natural wildlife sanctuary, with an immense variety of birds, and marine life, including sea lions, penguins, red and white flamingos and the visiting huge Andean Condor! The bay is the location where Argentine General San Martin disembarked, to start off Peru's independence from the Spaniards.

Click here for Pisco Peru and its hotels Pisco---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name) Located on the coast south of Lima, Pisco originally prospered because of its nearby vineyards. The town eventually gave its name to Peru's Brandy which was later used as the most important ingredient of the world - famed "Pisco Sour".

Click here for Piura Peru and its hotels Piura---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name) This is the main city on the Northern coast of the country. It can be reached daily by air. It is renowned for its well woven straw hats and other handicraft, including artesan silverware. It is close to Paita - the main northern city port and only a very short distance from the Chira Valley, one of the largest and most productive agricultural areas in Peru. 

Click here for Pulcallpa Peru and its hotels Pucallpa---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name) The second largest city in Peru's jungle area, accesible by air daily from Lima and Iquitos. It is the most important port on the Ucayali river, well know for its lumber, coffee and cacao production.

Click here for Puerto Maldonado and its hotels  Puerto Maldonado ---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name) A jungle port close to the bolivian border at the junction of the Tambopata and Madre de Dios rivers. A producer of lumber, rice, yuca, sugar cane and tropical fruits.

click here for Punta Sal Peru and its hotels Punta Sal----or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name)This is a large beach resort area in Tumbes, only a half hour from Mancora, on the northern coast of Peru, and a growing hot vacation spot for the water or beach enthusiast, or someone who just wants to relax and eat great seafood. Shrimp, lobster and fish are the staple here. The Pacific waters are warm and the sandy beaches are long, white and incredibly beautiful. Fishing, swimming, surfing, water-skiing, yachting and canoeing are all great pastimes to enjoy here. Nearby is the famous Caleta de la Cruz de Pizarro, where Conquistadores landed more than 400 years ago to begin the conquest of Peru, as well as Hemingway’s favorite fishing spot, Cabo Blanco. The nearby village of Mancora has great seafood restaurants right on the beaches as well. Acces is either via excellent bus service from Lima to Mancora or by plane to Tumbes.

Click here for Puno and lake Titicaca Peru and its hotels Puno and Lake Titicaca---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name). Puno is the capital of the province with the same name, has a population of about 80,000. It itself is a small dusty town. Its claim to fame is its location. It is located on the shores of Lake Titicaca, at an altitude of 12,421 feet. It is highly recommended you take it easy for a few days to get used to the altitude. The altitude also makes for the extremes in the climate in Puno. During daytime it can be very hot ( be very liberal with sun block), but at night the temperature can drop below the freezing point. The city itself may not be very interesting for travellers, but the surroundings are magnificent. It and the area around it are the cradle of the Aymara civilization and the legendary birthplace of the founders of the Inca empire. Puno lies on the shore of Lake Titicaca, the world's highest navigable lake, from whose waters the Inca believed Manco Capac, their cultural founder, emerged. Many ethnic groups like the Uros still depend on the the lake for their living. The Uros dwell on the floating islands they build with the lake's reed vegetation. Near Puno, overlooking Lake Umayo, are chullpas, or burial towers, that served as the tombs of the Aymara Lords. Tours can be readily put together upon arrival at a very reasonable price by your hotel.

Click here for Tacna Peru and its hotels Tacna---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name)Tacna is located in the far south only 35 km from the border with Chile. Tacna has a population of about 170,000. The city lies in the Atacama desert near the Pacific Ocean and in summer it can get very hot. Again, don't spare the sun screen. Fortunately there's lots of shade especially in the downtown area with the palm-tree promenade and Plaza de Armas. Tacna is part of a duty free zone that is associated with Arica Chile. Consequently it has one of the biggest artifact markets around. In this case Japanese and Korean artifacts like color TV's, vcrs but the prices really are pretty good. There are also a lot of shops with traditional Peruvian handicrafts. It has daily flights to and from Lima and other major Peruvian cities. 

Click here for Talara Peru and its hotels Talara ----or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name). Center of the largest coastal oilfields in Peru, just north of the Chira Valley, one of the most fertile, cotton, rice, mango, banana and produce production areas on the Peruvian coast.

Click here for Tarapoto and its hotels Tarapoto ---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name). With a population of approximately 70,000 inhabitants, this town is located close to the famed “Pongo de Aguirre”, gorge where the Huallaga river roars through the Oriental Andes mountain range. It is in the region where the mountain area joins with the high jungle. Tarapoto is connected by air to Lima and several regional cities, such as Iquitos and Yurimaguas.

Click here for Tarma Peru and its hotels Tarma ---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name). An enchanting little town located approximately 3,000 metues above sea level in a valley full of Eucalyptus, wheat, Barley and corn fields. It is a relatively short distance from La Oroya (mining town) and 114 km. North of Huancayo. Another city with a nickname of its own : "Pearl of The Andes", it has some closeby Inca and Pre-Inca ruins. The road beyond Tarma descends rapidly into the rich (coffee and fruit producing) Chanchamayo Valley

Click here for Tingo Maria and its hotels Tingo Maria ---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name). A small town between Huancayo and Pucallpa which sprung up and grew when the road connecting these two locations was built. In fact, the town's main street is actually the road itself (Good old western style !). The most renowned local attraction is the Owl's Cave (Cueva de las Lechuzas), a few miles northeast of town, on the road to Pucallpa. The cave is full of beautiful stalagmites and stalactites with many, many nearly extinct nightbirds.

Click here for Trujillo Peru and its hotels Trujillo ---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name). The colonial city of Trujillo is very close to the ruins of Chan-Chan. This was the one of the largest sund-dried brick cities in the world. Its remains still bear witness to a rich culture which died out before the arrival of the Incas over 500 years ago. Trujillo is situated in the fertile valley of Santa Catalina in an oasis bathed by the waters of the river Moche. It has some magnificent mansions and many baroque churches belonging to the Spanish period. A city of balconies and iron grilles, it is pleasant and hospitable. It can be reached from Lima daily by air, or by car via the Panamerican Highway.

Click here for Tumbes Peru and its hotelsTumbes---or see Map Location.(For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name). The northernmost city of Peru, situated on the Tumbes River, just off the coast, a few miles south of the border with Ecuador. It is sunny throughout most of the year with a 24° C average temperature and a short rainy season, January thru March. Population is just under 200,000 inhabitants. The area surrounding the Tumbes River estuary is considered one of the most renowned Mangrove areas on the South American continent. Many shrimp farms are located in the general area. Several small tourist resorts are located on the coast just south of Tumbes with beautiful white sandy bathing beaches, windsurfing and deep sea fishing. The area is famed for its fresh tasty fish, shrimp, lobsters, oysters, etc. It can be reached from Lima on daily 1:30 hour flights or by the well-paved Panamerican Highway.

Click here for Urubamba Peru and its hotelsUrubamba---or see Map Location. (For individual hotel listing and information click on the city's name).Urubamba, Peru, in the Sacred Valley of the Incas is located near the Urumamba River under the snow-capped mountain of Chicon. Founded by by the Incas prior to the Spanish arrival (Urubamba means flat land of Spiders in Quechua) it is located near a number of significant ruins of the Inca Empire, and frequently houses tourists visiting those sites. It is about 60 Km north west of Cuzco (one hour from Cuzco via train), between Cuzco and Machu Picchu , Urubamba is the largest town in the Sacred Valley of the Incas. It is frequently visited by tourists on their way to Machu Picchu. For a smaller town it has a surprising number of hotels to suit the taste and budget of any tourist. It also features a large open air market. The market is basically for local trade but great buys for the tourist can be found. It is a great choice on its own right or a stop on the way to Machu Picchu.


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