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The most beautiful places around Arequipa

What to see around Arequipa

Petr Liška
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The most beautiful places around Arequipa
Inserted: 07.10.2021
Author: Petr Liška © gigaplaces.com
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Arequipa is one of the most beautiful Peruvian cities due to its many colonial monuments. However, tourists also come here because of the interesting volcanic surroundings and also the source of the Amazon River, the largest river in the world. Let's see what you definitely visit here and not miss

1.
Colca Canyon

One of the deepest canyons in the world

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| Altitude: 2 169 m / 7 116 ft

Colca Canyon, with its 3,270 meters of depth is one of the deepest canyons of the world. His character… continue reading

2.
Volcano El Misti

Beautiful volcano over Arequipa

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| Altitude: 5 822 m / 19 101 ft

One of the most beautiful volcanoes in Perú is undoubtedly the El Misti volcano (5,822 m above sea level)… continue reading

3.
Arequipa

Metropolis of southern Peru

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| Altitude: 2 350 m / 7 710 ft

Arequipa with one million inhabitans is located in the southern city of Perú. This city is the starting point… continue reading

4.
Source of the Amazon

The source of the largest river in the world

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| Altitude: 5 141 m / 16 867 ft

In the midst of the deserted Peruvian Altiplana, at an altitude of 5,140 meters above sea level, the Amazon… continue reading

5.
Yura

Magic Valley just outside Arequipa

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| Altitude: 2 722 m / 8 930 ft

Near the city of Arequipa, west of the mighty Chachani Volcano, lies the very beautiful Yura Valley. This… continue reading

6.
Nevado Mismi

Volcano above the source of the Amazon

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| Altitude: 5 625 m / 18 455 ft

The relatively high volcano Nevado Mismi (5,625 m above sea level) is interesting mainly because the longest… continue reading

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Nevado Chachani

Six thousandth above Arequipa

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| Altitude: 6 057 m / 19 872 ft

If the volcano El Misti is such a symbol of Arequipa, then against it the large, multi-peak volcano Chachani … continue reading

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