Arequipa considered the most beautiful colonial city in Peru, called the White City because most of the buildings are made of volcanic rock called sillar.
In this fertile and green dominated by the dormant volcano Misti valley, the Inca warriors decided to stay and build a city, centuries later, the Spanish colonizers settled in the same city, thus becoming the most important colonial times.
Arequipa has an altitude of 2,335 meters - 7,500 feet and is 1024 km by road south of Lima, its biggest attractions are: Colonial churches and mansions, the Convento de Santa Catalina, open to the public after centuries of cloistered religious life. dominate the city three volcanoes. Misti, Chachani and Pichu Pichu Another major attraction is the Colca Canyon known as one of the deepest in the world, where you can observe the majestic flight of condor.