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Mirador Carmen Alto

244 Reviews

Mirador Carmen Alto

244 Reviews
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Sillar Route in Arequipa and viewpoint of the Volcanoes

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The ashlar is the origin of the architecture of the White City and its tourist route is developed in the district of Cerro Colorado. In addition to the natural landscapes of the area, you can observe the process of extraction, styling and megatallado of the ashlar.<br><br>It has the necessary infrastructure and tourist services such as interpretation workshops, with the presence of sillar cutters; information panel areas; tourist signage; parking lot; Purchase of handicrafts in sillar and rest areas.<br><br>The sillar route is managed by the Sillar Cutters Network - Arequipa. It currently comprises a length of 2,000 meters, covering the quarries in operation of Añashuayco, Cortadores and the virgin quarry of Culebrillas.
USD 11.00 per adult
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Esther wrote a review Mar. 2020
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We took a double decker bus from the main plaza and the view was spectacular ! The family took many pictures panoramic videos and learned the names of the volcanoes surrounding the White City: Arequipa
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Robin P wrote a review Feb. 2020
Sydney, Australia359 contributions84 helpful votes
On a beautiful sunny warm day we embarked on a visit to some of this UNESCO World Heritage city of Arequipa sights. Called the “White City” – and the second largest populated (1.6m) city in Peru, Arequipa has 25 districts with 25 mayors! There is no subway here, taxis are very cheap – you agree on price before getting in. From the Lookout one can see the three volcanoes, Misti Volcano (5825 ft above sea level and located 20 km from the city), Chacani and Pichu Pichu. There has been no eruption in 200 years but the city is earthquake prone, the last fairly recent (2001) – the signs still visible on same buildings. Views amazing, so many alfalfa fields which is used as food for cattle. It's possible to bungey jump from this lookout; there are toilets and souvenir shop.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Casey R wrote a review Dec. 2019
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania1 contribution
We stop here on a city bus tour and found that the entrance was an extra fee, we weren't informed of prior to arriving there. I'd wouldn't have been as big of a deal if we were able to stay on the bus, or they gave us a good place to wait. Those who didn't enter were forced to wait in the entrance with very little shade and a few benches. Everyone was fight of the mosquitos and trying to find any sliver of shade while waiting.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Ollerbarrow wrote a review Oct. 2019
Altrincham, United Kingdom1,612 contributions429 helpful votes
This often seems to be the first stop on many city tours of Arequipa. There is a great view of the glacial valley running down into the town, demonstrating the fecundity of the area. A good view point to gain your beatings of this sprawling city.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Kees69 wrote a review Sep. 2019
Arequipa, Peru40 contributions10 helpful votes
This is my view from my/our flat. Every morning, w/o fail so far, i open the blinds at 6 am, and declare--it is going to be another sunny day. We do take the CU students at San Pablo for this view every year.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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