Peru. One of the most diverse places on the planet, in which you can travel from an arid desert to soaring mountain ranges to a lush tropical forest in the blink of an eye. This geographic diversity, as well as the cold waters of the Pacific Ocean, are an important source of a wide variety of fresh food products that later become the masterpieces of chefs and a delight to those who appreciate fine food. Peru offers limitless opportunities for thrill-seekers, performers, those who desire to energize themselves with the mysticism of Andean culture, or even those who simply want to relax and have a good time.


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Within the country's three natural regions, you can find 80% of the existing climates and life zones in the world.

  • Lima


    Lima, the capital of Peru, is a great metropolis which has majestically preserved the evidence of its glorious past despite the passage of time. It is an effervescent city in constant transformation, where the different expressions of the country's cultural diversity coexist perfectly. Founded in 1535 by Francisco Pizarro, in colonial times it was considered the City of Kings, and UNESCO recently designated it as a World Heritage Site. Among Lima's highlights are its beautiful historic center with its buildings that house treasures of colonial art or the Casa Aliaga, a beautiful property that is currently the oldest continuously inhabited private dwelling in the Southern Hemisphere.



    Nestled in the Andes, Cuzco is one of the most fascinating places in the Americas, which never fails to surprise visitors with its mystery-filled history. With its excellent hotels and restaurants, this city is full of amazing places to see. A product of the fusion of Inca and Hispanic culture, Cuzco has been declared a World Heritage Site. You can feel the magic of the impressive legacy of Inca culture, as you walk through its streets and its fascinating stone passages, while visiting its colonial mansions built over the remains of Inca structures, and explore its imposing fortresses and majestic citadels. Cuzco is also the gateway to the Sacred Valley, which was the Inca's favorite spot. The Sacred Valley of the Incas is a place where you can enjoy the landscape, learn about the customs of the indigenous people, and have the experience of a lifetime.

  • Puno and Lake Titicaca

    Puno and Lake Titicaca

    Located on the Altiplano, in the Andes of Southern Peru, Puno is home to the highest lake in the world, Lake Titicaca (over 13,000 feet above sea level), and to endless archaeological testimonies and ancient cultures which have remained alive despite the passage of time and the encroachment of modernity. Lake Titicaca is and has been a source of life for its inhabitants, and has made its mark on their destiny. Centuries ago, it was home to the Tiahuanaco culture (100 to 700 B.C.), one of the most influential pre-Incan cultures that dominated almost all of what is now Peru. To walk along the shores of Lake Titicaca, or to sail its waters, is to reconnect with an unchanged past, influenced by the countless legends that spring forth from its waters and to which the origins of the Inca Empire are attributed.

From large theaters in the city to historic churches in the Peruvian Andes, there's something for everyone in Peru.