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Peru Hotel Travel Guide\n

The landscape of Peru ranges from the arid plains of the Pacific coast, to the high, frigid peaks of the Andes to the north and southeast, to the tropical Amazonian rain forest that envelops more than half of the county along its western borders. The culture and heritage of Peru rival its environment, with the relics of the ancient Inca empire vying for your attention along with Spanish colonial monuments. Book hotel packages in Peru, and it's yours to discover.

Visiting Peru

A vacation in Peru will likely begin in its capital, Lima, located on the central Pacific coast. Even if you're staying at hotels in Lima while making your way to more remote destinations, take the time to see the sights, in particular its UNESCO World Heritage-listed historic center. There's a wide range of hotels there to suit families and couples alike, so you're sure to enjoy a comfortable stay. See cathedrals and historic churches dating as far back as the 16th century, and consider a tour of the Saint Francis Monastery and its mysterious catacombs. The capital of the Inca empire was Cuzco, located in the Peruvian Andes southeast of Lima, and another World Heritage Site. Explore its Inca temples and palace, plus colonial landmarks, like the Cathedral of Santo Domingo. Cuzco is also the place to stay when you need hotels in Peru close to Machu Picchu, the incredible Inca city hugging mist-shrouded slopes at 7,970 feet in the Andes. Venture there to see terraces and temples among some 200 buildings. Go further back in time to another famous attraction—the pre-Inca Nazca Lines. Venture to the Nazca dessert south of Lima and arrange a flight over these century-old geometric motifs. See the Peruvian Amazon and arrange expeditions along the river with a visit to Iquitos, the largest city in an otherwise sparsely populated region in northeast Peru.

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