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Communications

Telephone – International calls to Peru: Landline phone: 00 + 51 + city code + phone number Mobile phone: 00 + 51 + phone number Internet Wireless coverage reaches the majority of the country. Payphones are available in most cities and villages; they can be operated using coins . Postal service – Post offices are

Restrictions

It is prohibited to photograph airports, military bases, places near high tension towers, and police stations. It is also prohibited to photograph or film the inside of some churches, cathedrals, and museums. Find out the restrictions before visiting. Peruvian law prohibits and penalizes the extraction, transport, marketing, and exportation of any plant or animal species,

Tourist assistance and Lost items, thefts

IPERÚ, Information and tourist assistance (511) 574-8000 iperu@promperu.gob.pe (24 horas) Free Telephone Number Tourism Police (24 hours) 0800 22221 Call the Tourism Police. Arequipa Calle Jerusalén 315-316, Cercado. Tel: (054) 20-1258 Chiclayo Av. Sáenz Peña 830. Tel: (074) 23-6700 Cusco Calle Saphi s/n Tel: (084) 24-9654 Ica Av. Elías cuadra 4. Tel: (056) 22-7673 Iquitos

Transportation

Airports –  Main cities in the country have air terminals for domestic flights. In the majority of cases the T.U.U.A. (Airport Use Fee) is included in the airfare but in some cases it must be paid before boarding the flight. An increasing number of airlines are covering domestic routes from different points in the country.

During your stay in Peru

Safety During your visit to Peru, it is important that you take the precautions that are shared among the world’s main cities and tourist destinations, such as not neglecting your belongings in public places or avoiding deserted places at night. Besides, we recommend taking the following: Consider getting a copy of your passport, airplane tickets,

Before to coming to Peru

Tourist Visas – Citizens from most countries in the Americas and Western Europe do not require visas to enter Peru. Bolivians, Colombians, Ecuadorians, Brazilians, and Chileans may enter determined regions of the country just by presenting their national identification documents. The maximum authorized length of stay is 90 days. Language – The official languages are

Machu Picchu and Its Climate

Machu Picchu and Its Climate

Machu Picchu and its climate To the wonder of the world, Machu Picchu, many of the people who travel do it for the only time and therefore they seek that this trip is the best and that it is in a good environment or climate. Knowing that Machu Picchu means old mountain in Quechua, it

Legends in the citadel of Machu Pícchu

Legends in the citadel of Machu Pícchu

Legends about the magical citadel of Machu Pícchu Machu Picchu is an ancient Andean town that was built before the fifteenth century, in Peru surrounded by natural beauties and imposing buildings dating from the time when the Incas inhabited that land, Machu Picchu is a place surrounded by myths, mystery and energy. It is one

Machu Picchu Free

Machu Picchu Free

The Inca city of Machu Picchu is undoubtedly one of the best places to visit and many of us already know that Machu Picchu means old mountain in Quechua, it is a stone city, built by the Incas around the fifteenth century and located at 2,360 meters above sea level The Inca city is surrounded

The museums of Machu Picchu

The museums of Machu Picchu

Machu Picchu Site Museum Museum Collections: The archaeological investigations carried out after the discovery of the Inca City, result in a collection of 250 Inca objects, among stone articles, metals, ceramics, bones and others, found in Machu Picchu, on the Inca Trail and surroundings. The exhibition of objects will allow you to see lithic artifacts,