Before the Coronavirus pandemic, city guide Saul Palma showed us the sights in the old town of Cusco and took us on an expedition to the famous ruins of Machu Picchu.
The Japanese visitor traveled to Peru with plans to see Machu Picchu. Instead, he spent seven months in lockdown. When the local tourism authority heard about his plight, they decided to organize a special visit.
Amid the coronavirus pandemic, countries worldwide continue to restrict entry and most travel remains discouraged. DW Travel offers a brief recap of where travel is permitted — and how to get the latest info.
A group of tourists has been caught allegedly damaging stonework and defecating in a sacred temple, according to Peruvian authorities. Most of the tourists are set to be deported, while one man is expected to face trial.
The virus is still among us, and it cannot really be said that Germany has the pandemic in check. Clarity about regulations is vital if people's trust in political decision-making is not to be lost, says Jens Thurau.
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