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PERU TRAVEL GUIDE
WHAT TO EATAll the ceviche, cuy (Guinea pig), papas a la huancaína (potatoes and eggs in a cheesy sauce), jí de gallina (chicken and chili stew), lomo saltado (a Chinese-inspired meat stir-fry), pollo a la brasa (roasted chicken) and unique Peruvian fruits like lucuma, aguaymanto, or camu camu (just to name a few!)
WHAT TO BRING BACKA bottle of Peruvian Pisco, traditional Andean clothing like colourful, hand-woven ponchos or chullo hats (knit hats with ear flaps), apparel made from soft alpaca wool, painted wooden Incan bowls and Peruvian chocolate or coffee.
FUN FACTOne of the country’s most popular attractions is Machu Picchu, an important archeological site that was once the heart of the Incan empire. Amazingly sprawled across a wild hilltop and spectacularly built by the Incas, who were known for their masonry, the so-called “lost city” is widely believed to have been some sort of royal estate and includes about 150 buildings, from baths and houses to temples and sanctuaries.
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