Peru working to welcome more tourists to Machu Picchu

eTurboNews | April 10, 2019

Peru working to welcome more tourists to Machu Picchu
The Executive Branch of the Government of Peru is working on a land management proposal for Machu Picchu said Prime Minister Salvador del Solar in order to increase the number of tourists to the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu in the Cusco region while also improving the experience and enhancing the impact of tourism in Cusco

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German travel consumers are set to spend more than €130 billion on leisure travel in 2018 in a market that is going from strength-to-strength. Download the free report excerpt now to understand the international and domestic travel markets.German travel consumers are set to spend more than €130 billion on leisure travel in 2018 in a market that is going from strength-to-strength.

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German travel consumers are set to spend more than €130 billion on leisure travel in 2018 in a market that is going from strength-to-strength. Download the free report excerpt now to understand the international and domestic travel markets.German travel consumers are set to spend more than €130 billion on leisure travel in 2018 in a market that is going from strength-to-strength.