3 Peru Places

This was where the famous Inca Empire once flourished which was established as early as the 15th century AD. This is why Peru enjoys hosting some of the most amazing monuments.

The Spanish forces took control of this region during the 16th century. After the independence of the country in 1821, it witnessed a state of disturbances until it reached the country we view today. We will be highlighting some of the most interesting destinations never to be missed by travelers who tour Peru.

The City of Lima

Lima is the capital of Peru, the largest city of the nation, and the cultural, industrial, and commercial hub. With a population of 9 million inhabitants, it is the fifth largest city in Southern America. Several travelers who spend their vacation in Peru enjoy a couple of days in Lima.

Nicknamed as the city of the kings, Lima was established in 1535. The city hosts a number of interesting monuments. This is in addition to its fine cuisine offering wonderful tasty traditional dishes. Lima is also famous for its exotic nightlife with many cultural events, exhibitions, and concerts held in the city. A visit to Lima is a must for any tourists who travel to Peru.

The Sacred Valley

Situated in the heart of the former Inca Empire, the Scared Valley is located near the city of Cuzco today. During the period of the Inca, the inhabitants of the valley dig many basins for the steaming of salt, to obtain fresh water through a rather primitive yet brilliant process. This was the main reason why travelers who tour Peru still view these large square shaped basins that were established thousands of years ago. The valley also hosts some of the ruins and antiquities left by the Inca Empire.

The City of Cusco

Cusco was once the most important centers of Peru. This was where the Inca Empire priests worshiped the sun and left many impressive monuments that amaze traveler coming from all over the world to spend a holiday in Peru.

The Spanish occupied the city in 1533 and Francisco Pizarro González, the famous Spanish army leader and conquer officially established the city in the middle of the 16th century. The Spanish was clever to found a new city on the ruins of the great buildings of the Inca Empire. Today the city welcomes hundreds of tourists who travel to Peru as it is considered among the most remarkable touristic destinations in the country.