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Peru’s Inca Trail and Machu Picchu closed to tourists as violent protests spread across the nation 


Peru’s Inca Trail and Machu Picchu closed to tourists as violent protests spread across the nation

  • Widespread riots across Peru have caused world-famous attractions to close
  • President Pedro Castillo was imprisoned for trying to dissolve Congress
  • Protesters demand his release want new President Dina Boluarte to stand down 

Tourist entry to the Inca Trail and the iconic Machu Picchu citadel has been suspended indefinitely as violent political protests sweep Peru.

The government has closed access to the famous sites, saying the decision has been made to protect locals and visitors.

More than 300 foreigners are still stranded in the area according to Luis Helguero, Peru’s Minister of Foreign Trade and Tourism because rail services are no longer…



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