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Arequipa; Unesco

Arequipa – a charming and generous cityArequipa, considered an intermediate city and home to 80 per cent of the region’s population, historically constitutes a node that articulates the economic and social dynamics of the Andean south.

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Travel + Leisure: Peru’s Arequipa among 50 best places to travel in 2020; Andina

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7 Best College Towns For Retirement; International Living

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15 Ancient Ruins to See in Peru (Besides Machu Picchu); Jennifer Purdie; Fodor’s

While Machu Picchu is without a doubt one of the greatest ancient sites in South America (and possibly the world), it is also one of the most popular, with over one million tourists each year. Machu Picchu should be on any traveler’s bucket list, but once you’ve visited, there’s so much more to discover in Peru. Populating the entire country, you will find archeological sites wherever you travel in Peru.

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Peru Beyond Machu Picchu; Harvey Chipkin; Travel Pulse

Peru combines sophistication and natural beauty.

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Four destinations, 12 chefs: discover the new travel series 50 Best Explores Peru; Giulia Sgarbi; The World’s 50 Best

Four of the world’s top chefs are preparing to embark on a series of tours of Peru’s finest gastronomic regions with 50 Best’s travel series, 50 Best Explores, in association with PromPeru.

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A Look Inside ISA Cusco Excursions; ISA Today

Latin America Site Specialist Alan Thompson visited Cusco and Lima and experienced student excursions firsthand. Read about his experience below. Architecturally Amazing: Arequipa   Also known as “…

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5 places to retire abroad that haven’t been overrun by Americans; Liz Weston; Nerd Wallet

Peru – Historical Centre of the City of Arequipa

Coronado in Panama once had pristine beaches and not much else. Today the resort town is a haven for U.S. and Canadian retirees, with strip malls, fast-food joints and a lot of people speaking English.

“For all the world, it’s like you’re in a U.S. beach town,” says Kathleen Peddicord, publisher of Live and Invest Overseas, a site and newsletter for people who want to work, invest or retire abroad.

That kind of retirement destination appeals to many who are looking for an established expatriate community where they may not have to learn another language, says Dan Prescher, a senior editor at International Living, another site for people interested in life abroad. Places like Coronado or Boquete in Panama, Puerto Vallarta or Ajijic in Mexico and Ambergris Caye island in Belize have been welcoming North American retirees for years.

If you’re looking for places before they become popular, however, you may need to be even more adventurous than the typical expat.

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Beat the crowds to 5 overseas cities with lots to offer retirees; Liz Weston; NerdWallet

Peru – Historical Centre of the City of Arequipa

Coronado, Panama, once had pristine beaches and not much else. Today, the resort town is a haven for U.S. and Canadian retirees, with strip malls, fast-food joints and a lot of people speaking English.

“For all the world, it’s like you’re in a U.S. beach town,” says Kathleen Peddicord, publisher of Live and Invest Overseas, a site and newsletter for people who want to work, invest or retire abroad.

That kind of retirement destination appeals to people who are looking for an established expatriate community where they don’t have to learn another language, says Dan Prescher, a senior editor at International Living, another site for people interested in life abroad. Places like Coronado or Boquete in Panama, Puerto Vallarta or Ajijicin Mexico or Ambergris Caye island in Belize have been welcoming North American retirees for years.

If you’re looking for places before they become popular, however, you may need to be even more adventurous than the typical expat.

Read more from source: Beat the crowds to 5 overseas cities with lots to offer retirees

Five retirement locations where expats can live on less than $2,000 a month; AP

Peru – Historical Centre of the City of Arequipa

Couples looking for cheap living costs in their later years need to be adventurous in their approach

Coronado in Panama once had pristine beaches and not much else. Today the resort town is a haven for retirees, with malls, fast-food joints and many speaking English.

“For all the world, it’s like you’re in a US beach town,” says Kathleen Peddicord, publisher of Live and Invest Overseas, a site and newsletter for people who want to work, invest or retire abroad.

That kind of retirement destination appeals to many who are looking for an established expatriate community where they may not have to learn another language, says Dan Prescher, a senior editor at International Living, another site for people interested in life abroad. Places like Coronado or Boquete in Panama, Puerto Vallarta or Ajijic in Mexico and Ambergris Caye island in Belize have been welcoming North American retirees for years.

If you’re looking for places before they become popular, however, you may need to be even more adventurous.

Read more from source: Five retirement locations where expats can live on less than $2,000 a month

Best Latin American Cities to Visit For Vacation; Thrillist

Peru – Historical Centre of the City of Arequipa

The 7 Best Budget-Friendly Things to do In Arequipa, Peru; Steph; Big World Small Pockets

Peru – Historical Centre of the City of Arequipa

One of Peru’s many UNESCO World Heritage sights, the city of Arequipa in the south of country is a delightful spot to explore.

Renowned for its stunning colonial architecture, Arequipa’s famous use of sillar, a white volcanic stone, is what gives many of its buildings such a distinctive appearance.

Flanked by 3 volcanoes and boasting a wonderful year-round climate, a trip to Arequipa can be a fantastically cheap, as well as mesmerising experience, with these awesome budget-friendly things to do there.

#1 Marvel at the Basilica Cathedral

The centre of Arequipa is built around the Plaza des Armas, which houses the impressive Basilica Cathedral.

Standing in this stunning central square, gazing at the beautiful fountain, cathedral and other wonderfully preserved colonial buildings around, it’s easy to see why the centre of Arequipa was designated as UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2000.

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