Peru is a country situated in South America. This country is bordered by several countries and an ocean. This country is bordered by Ecuador and Colombia to the north, Bolivia is at the southeast side of the country while Brazil is at the east. At the west, Peru is bordered by the Pacific Ocean and Chile is at the south. Geographically, Peru has arid plains which are at the coast of the Pacific Ocean, tropical forests of the Amazon and the Andes Mountains. The main economic activities in the South American country are fishing, mining and agriculture. Textiles manufacturing is done too.
When traveling to Montevideo, the South American capital of Uruguay, you have many options available to you in terms of sites and activities. From the beach to stopping by another major, South American city, you are sure to enjoy your stay within the capital city. Just make sure to bring plenty of sunblock, as the sun shines most of the year, without an over abundance of rain, so regardless of your time of visit, you should see the sun in the sky and warmth on your skin.
Santa Marta is the oldest continuous city in the country of Colombia. Nestled between the Santa Marta Mountains and the Caribbean Sea, this area has become a popular destination for tourists and adventure seekers.
Santiago is the capital of Chile and the largest city in Chile. At 520 meters above sea level, the city head up all legislative dealings for the long thing country with members of the legislature meeting in the brilliant coastal city of Valparaiso. The life in Santiago is very progressive and modern. The city is a bustling metropolitan segment and is surrounded by suburban growth, shopping areas, tall buildings with impressive architectural style. Transportation in and around Santiago is supported by a newly established and developing metro system called the Santiago Metro.
Quito is the capital of Ecuador and the metropolitan district of the country. The city is characterized by colonial and contemporary architectural designs where residents and foreigners live and work. Quito stands in the Andes mountain ranges and covers about 12,000 square feet. The city fills the hillsides and valleys and buildings wind through the narrow streets and open up in wide avenues.