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We understand the importance of essential information that you may require of the country that you are intending to visit very soon. We have amalgamated key frequently asked questions and their answers which you may find useful. The questions and their respective answers listed here are just for guidelines meant only to assist you to plan and organize your trip. For detail information, we would recommend you to do background research on the country or area that you wish to visit.
Machu Picchu, undoubtedly, is the most famous attraction. But there are plenty of other destinations like Lake Titicaca, the City of Cusco, Arequipa and Lima. Refer our Classic Peru and Highlights of Peru itineraries for details.
British nationals don’t need a visa to travel if the purpose of the visit is tourism.
Nuevo Sol is the official currency of Peru, usually referred as soles. U.S. may be accepted in some tourist facilities but it is advisable to keep local currency.
Food in Peru varies according to the regions. But the food there has consistently been labelled as one of the cuisines in the world. As in any tourist area, international foods are available.
Not necessarily, but it knowing basic Spanish words and phrases could be very useful for everyday activities like asking directions, ordering food, purchasing souvenirs.
Some travellers do get a mild altitude sickness in Cusco and Machu Picchu but it not usually severe.
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