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Later enjoy a guided tour of Cuzco that will bring to life the city's fascinating history and most important landmarks, including the Santo Domingo monastery, built on the site of the Inca 'Temple of the Sun', the magnificent Cathedral and the elegant Plaza de Armas.
You will also wander through the colourful San Pedro market, with its stalls selling local produce, clothing and crafts. Today sees you journey into the fabled Sacred Valley of the Incas, where highlights will include a visit to the Awanacancha textile centre, which preserves Inca art and fabric dyeing techniques, Pisac, with its substantial Inca ruins and colourful market, and Ollantaytambo, home to the remains of a monumental Inca fortress, where the Incas resisted Hernando Pizarro, conquistador brother of Lima's Francisco.
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There will always be a bar or restaurant on site or nearby. Upon arrival, meet your tour manager and fellow travellers and transfer to the hotel in the modern Miraflores district for a first evening of rest and relaxation after the journey.A guided sightseeing tour brings to life the Peruvian capital founded by conquistador Francisco Pizarro.Lima is a thriving city of some nine million inhabitants, with the UNESCO-listed historical legacies of Spanish gems like the vast Plaza Mayor and Plaza de Armas with its grand Presidential Palace, as well as its stunning Baroque cathedral, sitting alongside the gleaming developments of San Isidro and Miraflores.This morning we'll fly south to the beautiful city of Arequipa, in its dramatic setting in the heart of a landscape dotted with volcanoes and vast canyons.Upon arrival, transfer to your comfortable overnight hotel, then enjoy a guided tour of the city, with its elegant main Plaza de Armas, lined on one side by the great cathedral, and surrounded by 19th-buildings constructed of white volcanic stone - Arequipa is known as the 'white city'.