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February 8th, 2017 by adminMS

The central highlands of Peru has several places to visit specifically in the Department of Junin. This territory of high mountains also presents a relevant to the forest sector. Book a Hotel Cuzco si quieres conocer Machu Picchu and other attractions of the city. Huancayo is the capital of Junin, a city with an important flow of trade but of low temperatures. However, this is no reason to spend a good and short holiday in this traditional Peruvian city. The Department of Junin divided into 8 provinces: Chanchamayo, Concepcion, Huancayo, Jauja, Junin, Satipo, Tarma and Yauli. As mentioned above Huancayo is the largest and most populous city.

Most recommended to visit in Junin places are the following: cataract the veil of the Fiancee in Chanchamayo, the lagoon of Paca in Jauja, the ruin of Lacanmarca in Tarma among others. As commercial activity is concentrated in Huancayo, here is where you should make your purchases as handicrafts. Once the exploration in Junin can travel South as Cusco or Puno. In the first city not forget to reserve a Hotel Cusco. Peru and in particular saw cities have a very participatory religious belief.

Many of these religious activities congregate not only local people but also many tourists. The Inti Raymi is the most important activity that takes place each year in Cuzco. This representation in honor to the Dios Sol (Dios de los Incas) is carried out in the popular fortress of Sacsayhuaman and brings together hundreds of actors. Some tourist packages to Cusco included this feast as part of their promotions. A Cuzco Hotel staff can provide more information on tourist activities that take place in the city. No city has many attractions such as Cuzco, for this reason tourists are always a Hotel Cusco where to stay. The capital offers all sorts of hotels Lima to choose. Don’t think too, Peru is the most interesting destination in South America. Sara Martinez items you can find the best places in the world and the most useful references.

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