Peru is probably most famous for Inca sites like Machu Picchu, Hauyna Picchu, and Moray, as well as quaint villages scattered throughout the Sacred Valley. Most travelers who come here set their sights on experiencing these wonders, and who could blame them? But keep in mind that Peru offers so much more than its gems in the Andes.
Lima is famous for surfing beaches, fusion cuisine, and Peruvian colonial architecture. And Lake Titicaca is the perfect place to relax and enjoy stunning water views and an array of outdoor activities. Visitors are delighted by the cultural delights in Arequipa’s historical center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.