Peru is perfect for the duo searching for adventure, amazing scenery, and bargains galore. The lake, rainforests, colorful towns, and spectacular ruins rule the landscape. You will get unbelievable souvenirs throughout Peru, particularly on market days. Hand-knit alpaca and vicuna merchandise is common (and spectacularly cheap!), as are pottery, handmade jewelry, and metal-embellished leather sandals. Haggling is typical (and sometimes expected), particularly in tourist-oriented markets. Just a little friendly cajoling can knock several soles (Peru’s currency) off your goods.
Why visit Machu Picchu for honeymoon - Romantic Getaway
- Snow-Peaks of Andes Mountains, Urubamba river and valleys
- Funery Rock Hut, The Koricancha Temple
- Inca Citadel of Machu Picchu , Gastronomy
- Inca Trail of Machu Picchu, The fortress of Sacsayhuaman
- The shrine of Quendo and Tambomachay
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The wonder of the world Machu Picchu located in the mountains of south-central Peru, isn't to be missed. These fifteenth-century Incan ruins are among the most dramatic sites on earth -- and one of the most crowded. Machu Picchu gets 500,000 tourists a year, mostly in May through September once the weather is drier. From Cusco (the historic capital from the Incan empire and a good base for travel), it’s a four-hour journey by train to Aguas Calientes, the city nearest Machu Picchu . Bus service or, for that adventurous couple, a steep hour-plus hike brings you to definitely your destination. An easy way to get it done all: Shop around for packages which include all transportation, admission to the park, and guided tours, which abound on the internet and make your trip planning hassle-free.