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The new norms will be effective starting July 1st 2017. On this meeting, the following was established: The maximum time a passenger can remain in the premises will be 4 hours, period that will start running as soon as he enters. There will be two schedules. In the morning, from 6:00 am until noon, and the evening schedule, from noon until 16:30. The fortress will close its doors at 17:30. During the trial period (from July 1st to October 31st) entry hours will be flexible, with a 2-hour margin before and after noon. This means that if the passenger has an entry ticket for the evening, he will be able to enter the citadel since 10:00am. If the entry ticket... [ + ]

5 Interesting Facts About Peru’s Government

The Government Palace was Built in the 1500s The Government Palace is both the seat of Peru’s executive branch and the official residence of the President. The building has a long history, stretching back all the way to the arrival of Europeans in South America. The building was erected in 1535 by Spanish conquistador Francisco Pizarro, who used it as his official office, as did the viceroys who ruled Peru in the name of Spain for hundreds of years after his death. Though the palace has served as the headquarters for every leader of the Republic since Peru’s independence, it still bears the name “House of Pizarro,” a reminder of its long and complicated place in Peruvian history. [caption id="attachment_3128"... [ + ]

4 Cities in Peru You Have to Visit

  Peru is too big and too wonderful a country for visitors to keep their travels contained to Machu Picchu and Lima. You may not have heard of the cities listed below before, but your trip to Peru won’t be complete unless you take the time to visit at least one of them before you leave. Iquitos Iquitos is one of the most unique cities in the world. The sixth most populous city in Peru, Iquitos is the largest city in the world that is completely inaccessible by road. Thanks to its location in the Peruvian Amazon, Iquitos is like an oasis of modernity in the middle of the wild South American jungle. The city can only be reached by... [ + ]

Peru’s Hidden Languages

  Like the majority of South American countries, Peru’s official language is Spanish, which was brought to the area by European settlers in the 1500s. Before the arrival of the Spaniards, however, the area we now know as Peru was home to at least 300 aboriginal languages, with some researchers estimating the number might have been as high as 700. Though many of these languages are now extinct, there are still as many as fourteen distinct language families spoken within the borders of modern Peru, a legacy of the country’s rich aboriginal heritage that persists to this day. Of all the unique reasons to visit Peru, getting the chance to hear these languages spoken by the ancestors of the cultures... [ + ]

4 Alcoholic Drinks from Peru You Need to Try

One of the greatest pleasures of travelling the world is discovering new food and drink that you can’t get at home. Just like its unique and delicious cuisine, Peru has a whole host of adult beverages that are popular with the natives, but will make a surprising change of pace for most tourists looking to try something new. If you’re planning on visiting Peru, don’t leave the country without trying one or two of these great Peruvian drinks. Pisco Sour Pisco is a popular alcoholic drink in Peru and Chile, made by distilling grape wine into a high-proof brandy. If Kentucky is bourbon country, then Lima is the spiritual home of pisco. Like most hard alcohols, pisco can be drank... [ + ]

Cusco and Lima Chosen as Two of the Best Vacation Destinations

Travelers looking to see the world have an almost endless selection of exotic and exciting destinations to choose from when picking their next vacation spot. For most people, there are more places to visit than there are chances to travel. How should one go about deciding which international travel spots are the ones most worth visiting? One of the best ways to learn which vacation destinations are the best is to listen to what other travelers have to say about the places they’ve visited. And according to this year’s Traveler’s Choice Destinations awards from TripAdvisor, Peru was placed on the list not once, but twice. Cusco was one of the 25 cities selected for the main list, while Lima earned... [ + ]

3 Unique Activities You Can Only Do in Peru

Machu Picchu and the Nazca Lines may be the most famous of Peru’s unique locations, but they are hardly the only ones. If you’re looking for a Peruvian adventure that’s a little bit different than just another visit to the Inca ruins, here are 3 lesser known locations in Peru that still have plenty to offer to enterprising tourists and world travelers. Sand boarding at Huacachina Peru is a popular destination for surfers from around the world, but it’s also home to another boarding activity that’s a bit more unique. Despite being located in the middle of a desert, the Peruvian town of Huacachina is still a popular destination for tourists. Why do so many people travel to the heart... [ + ]
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