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Atractii turistice si excursii optionale Peru
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PERU, LIMA Lima by Night  22.00 EUR  You will depart from your hotel and travel towards the centre of Lima, where you will have a panoramic view and appreciate the luminous Plazuelas and Palaces. During your tour you will visit St Martin's Square, Justin Palace and Government Palace. On your return journey you will visit modern Miraflores.  Colonial and Modern Lima Tour 28.50 EUR  This tour will take you to Huaca Pucllana, a magnificent ceremonial and administrative site, built in the 4th century AD, and considered by the Incas as aupallaqta, a 'sacred village'. You will see the Historical Centre: Paseo de la Republica, San Martin Square, Government Palace, the Archbishop's Palace,City Hall Palace and the old streets with colonial mansions and Moorish-style balconies. Then on to the Convent and Church of San Francisco, with the best exhibition of colonial art in America; after visiting the Main Patio, decorated with Sevillian tiles from the 16th century and Moorish arches we proceed to the Catacombs (underground crypts from the colonial times). We will visit the Museum of the Banco Central de Reserva, a beautiful building hosting Peru's treasures. The tour continues through modern Lima: El Olivar in San Isidro, Miraflores' Central Park and Larco Mar. PERU, CUSCO Full Day Sacred Valley  48.00 EUR  We start this full day tour with a visit to the market at Pisac Town, where you can buy typical Peruvian handicrafts at the best prices. On Sundays, there is the Quechua Mass. This mass is attended by the Mayors or the Indian Leaders of all the neighboring villages, complete in their typical dress and carrying their traditional Varayoc. After lunch you will tour the remarkable Inca village and fortress of Ollantaytambo (entrance fee not included). A very steep stone staircase leads into the fortress. Across an esplanade there is a Temple with 10 niches, and beside it a block of partially unworked stones. Beyond another esplanade, stand six huge rectangular monoliths (weighing approximately 50 tons) from the Temple of the Sun. Vestiges of rooms are seen on top, and on the other side of the hill a four storey building can be seen, which was either a military school or a prison. During the afternoon we visit the town of Chinchero (entrance fee not included). This place lies on the foundations of animportant Inca site built in the late 1400s. Brightly dressed, the people of Chinchero gather in the main plaza to barter foodstuffs and offer visitors an array of crafts from the Cuzco region against a scenery of breathtaking beauty.  Cusco City Tour and Four Temples 66.00 EUR  Cusco was built at 3,400 m above sea level in the shape of an enormous puma and it's recognized as the, 'Archaeological Capital of the Americas' as well as the, 'Navel of the World'. The whole of Cusco is covered by archaeological remains, both Incaic and Colonial. We start with a walking tour through the Cathedral. We will then visit the Qorikancha or Sun Temple that nowadays is the Santo Domingo Church. We continue to: the Sacsayhuaman Fortress (or speckled falcon/head) with its very impressive beauty; Q'enqo (or zigzag) this is a religious centre which is one of the finest examples of a rock, artfully carved in situ, showing complex patterns of steps, seats, geometric reliefs and a puma design; Puca-Pucara (or Red Fort) situated on a hill with superb views over the surrounding countryside and finally Tambomachay (or Inca baths) with their water fountains.  Titicaca Lake by Touristic Bus 66.00 EUR  During this tour you will visit: Andahuaylillas, referred to as the Andean Sistine Chapel because of its magnificent frescoes, the church is one example of the mestizo baroque architecture which was prominent in the 17th century, with its impressive carved panels ceiling covered with golf leaf. Next is Raqchi, or the temple of the God Wiracocha, 121 km from Cusco, this Inca temple is monumental with 100mts in length, 26mts in width and 14mts in height; it is divided in two naves, each of these still retains the base of eleven giant columns. Adjacent to the temple; we can see many storehouses used for various purposes, military and religious. Our next stop is La Raya, the highest pass on the route between Cusco and Puno, this is 4335 mts above sea level with beautiful landscapes, you will admire the symbolic animals of the Andes like llamas, alpacas, etc. This region is situated between two cultures, Quechua and Aymara, with its two terrains, the dry and arid altiplano and the more verdant Quechua valleys and rivers. And finally onto Pukara, the most important and oldest ceremonial site of the Tiahuanaco, characterised by a series of stair platforms, the ruins also reveal some litosculptures and tombstones, all witnesses of a pre-Inca civilization. The tour finishes in Puno.  Full Day Machu Picchu 319.00 EUR  The tour starts with an early pick up and transfer to the Poroy railway station or Ollantaytambo to board the train to Machu Picchu. The journey is one of the most spectacular in the world. The train departs out of the valley of Cusco and then continues through the Sacred Valley of the Urubamba River to Aguas Calientes. Here you will take a tourist bus (no seats assigned) to the top of the ruins (approx. 25 mins). Machu Picchu was never discovered by the Spaniards: it was buried in the jungle until Hiram Bingham discovered it in 1911. A guided tour gives you some idea of what the city must have looked like when inhabited. You will walk through squares, temples and its Royal Palace. You will see the 'Intiwatana' or Solar Clock, the Temple of the Three Windows and the Circular Torreon. After lunch (not included) in Aguas Calientes you will return by train back to Poroy Station. You will then be transferred back to your hotel.


Data postarii ofertei: 24 Ianuarie 2018

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