Cajamarca in Cajamarca is home to roughly 140,000 people.
Lima, the national capital, is situated 350 miles (563 kilometers) south of Cajamarca, while Quito lies 480 miles (772 kilometers) to the north.
An old place of worship, one of the more popular of the many heritage sites in this city, is the Cajamarca Cathedral. Visit the historic site to explore its history as well as to study its design.
Cajamarca Plaza de Armas is one of the most iconic public gathering places in Cajamarca. Take a few photos and spend a while people watching before exploring the nearby cafes and shops.
On a sunny day, visit Santa Apolonia Hill, one of the places where locals come to enjoy some time outdoors. It is a tranquil space where visitors of all ages congregate to enjoy the fresh air and greenery.
Step back through the ages at Ransom Room; one of the most-loved remnants of days gone by in Cajamarca. Check out the site, snap some pictures and learn about the history that makes it so fascinating.
The San Francisco Church is the perfect attraction for those who think they’ve seen it all in Cajamarca.