The New York Times
This major recognition adds to the Sacred Valley's (Cusco region) recent mention in The New York Times' prestigious "52 Places to Go in 2017" edition.
Located in the South Andean region's Urubamba Valley, the destination is one of the only-three South American landmarks to have been included in this year's list, usually setting the trend in the travel industry.
Said article also celebrated Cusco's food culture and varied cultural expressions.
According to Peru's Exports and Tourism Promotion Board (PromPeru) Foreign Visitor Profile, the United States stands as the country's second tourist feeder.
Average stay of U.S. tourists in Peru is 13 nights. They spend about US$1,444 and 60% of them are holiday-makers.
Their favorite destinations include Lima, Cusco, and Puno.