Situated on a sacred Inca site, this 16th-century cathedral took nearly 100 years to build.
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At 8,000ft (2,438m) above sea level, the Inca city of Machu Picchu is a stiff climb even for the able- bodied, and has been completely inaccessible for those in a wheelchair. That has now changed after travel company Wheel the World started offering specialised trips to the Peruvian world wonder.
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People in wheelchairs can now travel to Machu Picchu in Peru without spending a fortune.
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History, nature, cultural traditions, adventure, and other factors make Peru the ideal place for travelers who can never get enough of its astounding natural attractions and the hospitality of its warm people.
From a 13,000-year-old brewery to a long-lost ancient city supposedly built by Trojan War captives, it was an eventful year for historical discoveries. As the…
This city in the sky—near Machu Picchu—is becoming one of South America’s hottest destinations, with abundant cultural, historical, and culinary delights…