Peru is a nation of contrasts, with a capital city larger than New York, and villages that have not changed in a thousand years. Incan beliefs are still alive in the hearts of many people here, a people who have embraced Spanish culture but have not forgotten the ways and traditions of their ancient Incan ancestors who left behind fascinating rituals, and created incredible architectural wonders. Damon embarks on a journey high in the Andes to the lost Incan city of Machu Picchu, traveling through the major cities and smaller villages of Peru in the process.
A key attraction of travel in Europe is that, more often than you think, just thirty minutes outside of any city, there is a good chance that attractive getaways lurk nearby; quiet spots to catch ones’ breath. Explore a few such magical places that Rudy himself has found. [FEATURED: France, Italy, Austria, Germany, Netherlands]Watch Now >>
Join The Art Explorers as they explore the culture and history of Peru’s cosmopolitan city of Lima that overlooks the Earth-blue waters of the Pacific Ocean. Experience the Afro-Peruvian community in El Carmen, and visit with well-known musical, visual, and performance artists. Regina reconnects with an old friend who creates marionettes that tell stories handedWatch Now >>
The ancient Chinese called their land the ‘Middle Kingdom’ because, to them, they were at the center of the universe. At one time in history, China led the world in art and culture, economics, security, language, and identity. Fast-forward a few thousand years, and it seems as if history is once again repeating itself. TheWatch Now >>