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Attractions in Cajamarca



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Huaca del Sol y la Luna

Huaca del Sol y la LunaNearby City

4.8/512 Reviews
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"The Temple of the Sun and the Temple of the Moon is a temporary attraction after our trip to Machu Picchu. Although it is not so spectacular and visually fatigued compared to Machu Picchu, it is also a place with a long history that makes people feel shocking. Attractions"
La Huaca Arco Iris

La Huaca Arco IrisNearby City

4.6/55 Reviews
"The Rainbow Temple (La Huaca Arco Iris) is an ancient site that was excavated in the 1960s and is one of the best-preserved Qimu temples. In the past, perhaps due to harvest priests and infant sacrifices, some pyramid-shaped walls were carved with rainbow patterns."
Catedral de Trujillo - Catedral de Santa Maria

Catedral de Trujillo - Catedral de Santa MariaNearby City

4.8/54 Reviews
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"The cathedral at night is brightly lit and very beautiful."
Chan Chan

Chan ChanNearby City

4.6/57 Reviews
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UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
"As I said in other reviews, I am an archaeologist and history lover, so Changchang Fort is amazing visually and cognitively to me. I paid a guide fee of 40 Sol during the tour, she was able to answer my countless questions, which was very helpful. She also helped me take many lovely photos. I bought tickets for 140 Sol and visited the 4 archaeological sites of Chan Chan, Huaca del Sol y Luna, Arco Iris and Esmeralda, all worth visiting."
Huanchaco Beach

Huanchaco BeachNearby City

4.5/54 Reviews
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"Huanchaco Beach (Huanchaco Beach) gathers a large number of Peruvian holidaymakers every weekend. The winding gray beach attracts people to swim here, and everyone walks on the street with a surfboard."
Rio Abiseo National Park

Rio Abiseo National ParkNearby City

4.4/57 Reviews
UNESCO World Heritage-Natural Site
UNESCO World Heritage-Cultural Site    
Geological Sites
"The Rio Abiseo National Park was built in 1983. The park surrounds the Abiseo Basin, and the two form an organic whole. It was originally established to protect the unique animals and plants in the humid forests of the Andes. The flora and fauna in the park are very endemic, and the yellow-tailed monkeys that were previously considered extinct have been found here."
Pozo de Yanayacu

Pozo de YanayacuNearby City

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Museum of Leymebamba

Museum of LeymebambaNearby City

Huaca Rajada

Huaca RajadaNearby City

Palacio Municipal de Chiclayo

Palacio Municipal de ChiclayoNearby City

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