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Three Peruvian archaeological sites -Machu Picchu (Cusco), Chan Chan (La Libertad) and Caral (Lima)- have been named among the top eight lost cities in the world, Peru's export and tourism promotion board Promperu has announced.more »
The largest and most ideally located hotel with the most services & expert-led activities in Nasca. An airy 3-story, coastal-style hotel that’s modern with a welcoming rustic touch. The long, open-air central patio is lined with balconies, tall palm trees and leafy green plants, lending the hotel a tropical feel. The restaurant of the hotel overlooks the swimming pool, flower-filled patio, and bar.
Conveniently located along Peru's southern coast and only minutes from the heart of Chincha, the hotel features a full complement of well-equipped facilities and options for business travelers and corporate presentations, meetings and get-togethers. Hotel facilities include 2 Event Rooms, free Wi-Fi and Internet Center, bar, billiards room, garden event/functions space, and karaoke salon.
Hotel Paracas, a Luxury Collection Resort is the perfect place to rest in the Peruvian coast, traveling 3 hours by car or 45 minutes by plane from Ica. It is located near a nature reserve where you can admire marine life (sealions, flamingos, dolphins, penguins) and where the Paracas culture flourished nearly two millennia before the Incas.
Peruvian sites among top 8 lost cities in the world
Three Peruvian archaeological sites -Machu Picchu (Cusco), Chan Chan (La Libertad) and Caral (Lima)- have been named among the top eight lost cities in the world, Peru's export and tourism promotion board Promperu has announced.
Tourism-Review.com, an international portal providing news for the travel trade professionals worldwide, recently introduced eight of the ancient world's most fascinating cities.
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