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Useful advice for travelling to Peru (PER)
The lost city of Machu Picchu hides many secrets that thousands of tourists have tried to unearth. Mysterious ancient Inca culture, architecture, mountains, and surviving Native Indian tribes all beckon curious travellers from around the globe. Fluttering wings of giant pink flamingos will signal about the start of your Peruvian journey.
Preparing for the trip
Cheap flights to Peru are safe and comfortable, but you must ensure your health and safety for the further journey. Those who will only visit the areas of Machu Picchu, the Andes, the Inca Bridge, or the cities of Cusco and Lima will not be required to get vaccinated against yellow fever. However, those wishing to explore the entirety of Lima will definitely require such vaccination certificate. You should also get vaccinated against malaria, hepatitis A and B, typhoid fever, diphtheria, and tetanus before heading out
Lithuanian citizens may enter Peru without a visa.
Transportation and travel charges
The best ways to get better acquainted with Peru are to use trains, buses, cars, and boats. Travelling by train is very expensive, and you may have to pay as much as a 100 USA dollars for a ticket. Meanwhile, a car trip will cost you approximately 14 USD, and you can reach the wholly land of the Native Indians, the island of Lake Titicaca, by boat.
The official Peruvian currency is the sol. One euro is equal to approximately 3.72 sols. In order to find some cheaper food, you should look for it in Peruvian marketplaces that are usually found at a distance from usual tourist areas. In such markets, you will not only be surrounded by lively locals but you will also be able to have lunch for just 5 sols. For 10 sols, you could also buy some exotic fruits, multi-coloured spices, and water to bring back to your hotel. However, restaurant prices will be much higher. You will pay approximately 10 sols for your meal and 7 sols for a cup of cappuccino. Water will cost you 1.30, and you will pay 7 sols for a glass of local beer.
Best return gifts choices
If you have some free time during your visit to Peru, make sure to explore local markets and look for some gifts and souvenirs there. Sunday is usually the day to go to local villages, where colourful marketplaces filled with various handcraft products will open. Warm alpaca wool gloves, mittens, hats, scarves, and sweaters will make practical return gifts, especially useful during cold Lithuanian winters. Peruvian Pisco liqueur will also help you stay warm. Bright-coloured clay pitchers will be perfect for serving cold drinks serving in summer, and the famous Peruvian silver jewellery will make your sun-darkened skin stand out even more.
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