Cajamarca is the capital city of the Region of Cajamarca in the northern highlands of Peru. It is one of Perus most important historic cities. This history goes back before the Spanish, and well before the Inca Empire. There are important historical and archaeological sites in the city and the surrounding area, some of which date back to at least 1000BC. The city center has some spectacular examples of baroque colonial architecture. Most of these buildings are constructed from local, volcanic rock. On one side of the plaza is the Cathedral – on the other, the Iglesia de San Francisco. Both are constructed from this rock, but San Francisco is a lot more impressive to the view One of the best things you can do in Cajamarca town itself, the hike up to Cerro Santa Apolonia only takes about 15 minutes.
Peru jewels and the Pacific Coast!. Discover Lima (the Peru`s capital city steeped in history, is enveloped by beautiful colonial vestiges bestowed upon the city by the Spanish. Once known as the City of Kings, Lima is now a sprawling metropolis that is flanked by picturesque hills and valleys, as well as pristine beaches that outline the Pacific Ocean); after that, fly to Trujillo (coastal city with incredible food, ancient ruins, and endless sun and surf, make it an extremely attractive destination for all types of travelers). Continue with a transfer to the ancient Inca city of Cajamarca (where the Incan emperor Atahualpa was captured and murdered, marked the defeat of the Inca Empire by the Spaniards). Finally, catch a flight to Piura (the oldest Spanish city in South America , with one of Peru's oldest and most beautiful main squares as well as its World-class surfing found on Piura's northern coast). This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.
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