Parque de la Identidad Wanka, Huancayo
(4.3/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web)
Visit Parque de la Identidad Wanka and stroll through its intricate paths and statues. The park is designed to represent the culture of the pre-Incan Huanca nation, and is reminiscent of Gaudi’s Guell Park in Barcelona, only in a smaller scale. Walk along pebbled pathways that wind through lush gardens, detailed stone statues, and miniature buildings. Each architectural piece tells a story about the history and folklore of the Huanca people that once lived in the area. The park is constructed entirely of local stones and rocks and boasts detailed patterns as well as interesting sculptures and various plant life. Put Parque de la Identidad Wanka at the forefront of your travel plans using our Huancayo itinerary builder.
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  • It is a Park close to the Centre of the city, very cosy and with an air of romanticism and local culture, beautiful figures of stone and varied decorations embellish Park so it is a place to have a good time with the family.
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  • Very good choice to visit and most of the night by the lights. I don't see it recommended for children under two years old by the floor which is quite irregular. Otherwise very good.
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  • It is a very striking Park, because that is made of pure stones, with motifs of the area, where you can take nice memories. There is a staff that takes care of the place so that it is not misused. They close the Park at 6.30, so go early.
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