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LOCAL TOURISM

Plaza de Armas: It is the main square of the city and the historic center of Arequipa. is surrounded by colonial buildings, such as the Cathedral of Arequipa and the Municipal Palace.

Santa Catalina Monastery: It is one of the most visited places in Arequipa. This convent of nuns founded in the 16th century is a true citadel in the center of the city. With their beautiful gardens, cloisters and colonial buildings, it is a fascinating place to explore.

Colca Valley: It is an impressive canyon on the outskirts of Arequipa. It is the second canyon more deepest in the world and is home to the endangered species of the Andean condor.

Yanahuara city sigth: It is one of the best places to see the city of Arequipa from above. From here you can enjoy a panoramic view of the city, with the Andes Mountains to the background.

Compañía de Jesús Church: This church is an example of Andean Baroque architecture. Its façade is built with sillar, typical material of the region. The interior of the church is impressive, with gold leaf decoration and beautiful frescoes.

Santuarios Andinos Museum: This museum is famous for its display of the mummy of an Inca girl, known as “Juanita”. The girl was sacrificed by the Incas more than 500 years ago and her body mummified was discovered at the top of the Ampato volcano in 1995.

San Camilo Market: It is one of the largest markets in Arequipa, where you can find fruits, vegetables, meats, crafts and more. It is an ideal place to experience the culture and local gastronomy, however it could be a risky area.