Travel to Peru Should Be On Your Bucket List!

Peru is the country in western South America. The capital of Peru is Lima. It is blessed with the great river Amazon. If you want to communicate well with the citizen while visiting Peru you have to know the Spanish language perfectly.  Without voyages, the human being can’t learn. There are many voyages in a man’s life. But if you visit the Real Country you can learn about people from different cultures and natures. So, if you get any vacation from your everyday’s flow step forward to see the new, seek the new, and conquer the new. Machu Picchu, Sacsayhuaman, Moray, Corsicana, Colca Canyon, Tambomachay, and Pukapukare are the best places of Peru where you can go and enjoy the overloaded beauty and bounty.

 

Machupicchu: It’s the top tourist attraction in Peru world heritage site and the historical name of Machupicchu is Historic Sanctuary. It is a 15th-century Inca Citadel situated on a mountain ridge 2,430 meters above from the sea level. It is regarded as an icon for the Inca civilization. It has polished wall of dry stones. You may find modern preservative type work also done to attract the attention of tourists.  Our group of tourists included several entrepreneurs from our small town in Arizona. There were real estate agents, car dealership owners (like me) and other small business owners, including two of my regular travel group members. Vincent owns, according to him, the best exterior house painting company in Chandler. Valerie who owns Val’s Beauty Salon. All of hiked up this giant hill and spent the day shopping and browsing. It is absolutely beautiful.  Its consumes three primary structures, these are the Intihuatana, the Temple of theSun, and the Room of the Three Window. If you visit Peru don’t miss this site.

 

Sacsayhuaman: It is a tower on the northern march of Cusco, Peru. It is considered the capital city of the historical Inca Empire. It is built by huge stones which are dry in nature. In 1983 this is added to the list of Unesco world heritage sight.

 

 

Moray: It is situated in the west of the village of Maras. The land area is about 3,500 meter. It contains the broken structure of Inca culture which are really unusual. Here you can find the difference in temperature. In the top, there is one but in the bottom, you may find a totally different temperature. This helps study the growth of cultivation in the different climate. It has an irrigation system too.

 

Pukapukara: It is a military ruin site in Peru. It acts as a defense part for Cusco. It has large walls, terraces, and staircases. It’s named according to the red color rocks at dusk.

 

Allow your bag and baggage to be loaded. Left home in your vacation days for a great trip in Peru. Yes beautiful Peru is waiting for you. Just keep a camera to stopped some moments.

Travel to Ireland

Ireland, aka “Emerald Isle”, is one of the most culturally rich and welcoming tourist destinations in the world. Also known as “the land of saints and scholars”, this country is the home of more Nobel Prize-winning Laureates than any other country around the world. Its capital city Dublin was named ‘City of Literature’ by UNESCO in 2010. Ireland has a lot to offer to its visitors including its several state museums (all of which are free to visit), innumerable outdoor activities like horse riding, golf, paragliding, skydiving, and sailing to name a few, isolated heavenly islands, and a lot more.

This article will guide you through four of Ireland’s best places to visit on your trip-

 

1 Trinity College, Dublin

The oldest university of Ireland, Trinity College in Dublin is Ireland’s prized gem. It was inaugurated in 1592 by Queen Elizabeth I and has since evolved to become a world within a world, and as soon as you step inside its gates and walk on the cobblestones you’ll feel like the modern Dublin around you simply vanishes. A walk through the grounds is also a walk through the eras this place has passed and the world of intellect. Trinity college is also famous for its invaluable gems like the Book of Kells  (on permanent exhibition) and its famed Long Room (which was the inspiration for the library in the first Harry Potter movie).

 

 

2 The Cliffs of Moher 

This is undoubtedly one of the most heavenly places in Europe, which you can confirm from the thousands of pictures online, yet no picture can ever do justice to the true beauty of this destination. It Ireland’s most popular natural attraction with a plethora of visitors every day. It takes a one and a half hour drive from Galway. These cliffs attract over a million people from around the world annually. They sprawl across eight kilometers beside the Atlantic and rise over 220 meters at their peaks.

 

3 – This city of magic and mysteries houses one of the most important monastic sites of the country. It was established by St. Kevin around the 6th century and has since evolved into today’s ‘Monastic City’. Every year a sea of visitors flocks to the famous valley of the two lakes absorb its iconic history, vivid scenery, lush forests and incredible wildlife, and fascinating archaeological treasures. The monastic site and its incredible round tower are a delight to witness, and the surrounding greeneries and lakes are perfect for stopping off for a picnic.

Destinations To Visit Istanbul

Istanbul is the city which represents both Asian and European culture. Istanbul is 1000 BC old. Istanbul has a glorious history and tremendous culture since its foundation. Istanbul is famous for its Big four (Blue Mosque, Topkapi Palace, Grand Bazar and Aya Sofya), but there are also many places that are very exciting. Visiting Istanbul, and exploring the daily life excites you. In any culture, food is an essential part, so menus should be tasted.

  • Blue Mosque

The blue mosque was constructed in 17th century by Sultan Ahmet. The mosque remains close for the visitors on Prayer times. The visit to the mosque is free. The holiness of the mosque demands that all visitors must remove their shoes and women must cover their hair. The mosque isn’t really blue but its walls are made up of clean Iznik tiles. The top of the mosque is made up of six minarets. It’s a great icon of architect.

  • Hagia Sophia (Aya Sofya)

The building was constructed between 532 and 537. Thousands years, the building was used as a church. Then it was converted into a mosque from 1453 to 1935. But now it’s a museum. The building is famous for its historical significance, stunning architecture and glorious interior views. The visitors say it’s a must-see. The building is a mixture of Christian mosaics and Islamic calligraphy. The visit to the building is not free. To visit the interior of the building you have to buy a ticket, which gives access to the interior of the building plus café, restaurant and gift shop.

  • Topkapi Palace

The Topkapi Palace was a residence of Ottoman Empire, sultans, and their wives and also was used for government seats. The palace consists of a wide range of buildings on a garden courtyards. It’s a combination of history and stunning scenery. It is said that it is the oldest and the largest palace in the world. Visitors can take a look at harem’s quarters, old weapons, the kitchen, and the treasury.

  • Grand Bazar

Grand bazar is a great place for shopping lovers. There are 5,000 shops lined up in 6o streets and its one of the largest indoor marketplace in the world. The products are jewelry, carpets, spices, antiques, chessboards and hand-painted ceramics. There are 11 entrance gates. Mosques, fountains, Restaurants, cafes, hammams are also a part of the Bazar. The bazar is free to visit 24 hours. But the trade happens on Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m to 7 p.m. High rates are offered to westerners, so one should prepare himself for barging

  • Taksim Square

Taksim square is a hub of transportation. It is situated in the European part of the Istanbul. The central metro station is near to this square. Taksim square is known as the heart of the modern Istanbul. Visitors can reach there by bus, tram, or metro. The area is highly crowded so driving would bother you. The surrounding streets are filled with bars, restaurants, shops, and hotels. The square is a landmark of Istanbul.