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14 Jul

Looking for History and Culture? 5 Reasons to Visit Peru¿Buscando Historia y Cultura? 5 Razones para Visitar Peru

Here I present you the second video in the serie, it shows the history and culture of Peru. Below I give you a brief explanation of the cultures mentioned in the video. There were many pre-inca cultures developed in Peru, some of them are: #1 Chavin Culture The Chavin culture was developed between the years 1000 and 200 BC. Its most important legacy is the city of Chavin de Huantar, located in the town of Huari, 86 km from the city of Huaraz. Other important icons of the Chavin culture are the sandeel monolithic, the Tello...

9 Jul

Only one Place on earth that has it all: PeruHay un solo lugar en el Mundo que lo tiene todo: Peru

In the month of July, when we celebrate the anniversary of the Independence of Peru, I will post a series of videos made by Promperu, where you will see the main attractions you of my country. By the way, our Independence day is on July 28th Here is the video: Peru: Worlds’ Catalogue Enjoy it!En el mes de Julio que celebramos el aniversario de la independencia del Perú, voy a publicar una serie de videos realizados por Promperu, en los que se muestra los atractivos de mi país. Por cierto, el día de...

3 Jul

4 Reasons to visit the Monastery of Santa Catalina4 Razones para visitar el Monasterio de Santa Catalina

Do you want to know how life in the city of Arequipa was during viceroyalty time?  The Monastery of Santa Catalina illustrates an important aspect of this society. # 1 Historical The Monastery of Santa Catalina was founded in 1579. It is made in sillar, a white volcanic stone, and constitutes the most important exponent of the colonial architecture Arequipa. The continuous earthquakes motivated changes in its structure, turning it to a citadel of special features, where the sisters would build cells and have a cloistered life, isolating themselves from the city and...

24 Jun

3 Museums that you must Visit in Arequipa3 Museos que debes Visitar en Arequipa

We recommend you 3 museums that you should not miss in Arequipa. #1 Museum and Convent of la Recoleta The Franciscan monastery was founded in 1648 and opened to the public since 1978. Its architecture is very varied, as it has had to be rebuilt on several occasions by the damage caused by the earthquakes, the current church dates from 1940. It houses the following museums: Archaeological and Anthropological Museum has ceramics, weaving, mummies, and a collection of portraits of the Incas. It also has clothes and various objects of the Amazon jungle. Museum of...

17 Jun

Inti……what? Inti RaymiInti……qué? Inti Raymi

The Inti Raymi, or festival of the sun was an Inca ceremony which was performed on an annual basis in Cusco, the capital of the Tawantinsuyo, between the final period of the harvest and the start of the winter equinox of the Andes, that is, in the second half of the month of June. History There were several reasons that led to the Inca civilization to make the sacrifices and offerings to the Sun god. One was that the Inca, as well as the nobility cusqueña, were considered natural children of the...

10 Jun

What is the Cusqueñan Corpus Christi?¿Qué es el Corpus Christi Cusqueño?

The Cusqueñan Corpus Christi consists in the procession of the 15 images of saints and virgins from the various parishes of the Cusco, to greet the body of Christ. The multitudinous celebration takes place in the Plaza de Armas of Cusco and is complemented with culinary traditions, being the chiruuchu, the representative dish of the religious holiday. Body of Christ is a composition of two Latino voices "corpus christi," with these words refers to the festivity of the institution of the Eucharist celebrated by the catholic church on Thursday, 60 days...

2 Jun

5 Places to Enjoy at the Colca Canyon 5 Atracciones para Disfrutar en el Cañón del Colca

The Colca Canyon is one of the deepest and most beautiful canyons of Peru. Its deepest part (3400 meters) is located in the town of Canco, almost in the provincial limit between Caylloma and Castilla. The canyon is a geologic formation caused by a fault in the earth's crust, where it continues to operate on the millenary erosion of the river of the same name. The area is surrounded by volcanoes like Coropuna, Ampato and Sabancaya. The most touristic sectors of the canyon are the towns of Chivay and Cabanaconde because of...

27 May

7 Places you should visit in Arequipa7 Lugares que debes visitar en Arequipa

Are you going to Arequipa? Do you want to know what to visit? Here is a list of the main attractions of the city. The city of Arequipa is located at 2335 m asl in the valley of the Chili river, its weather is relatively dry, the temperature varies between 21 ° C and 10 ° C. From January to March has moderate rainfall. The sun shines almost every day of the year. Arequipa is known as the White City for the colonial buildings of the historic center built in ashlar, a...

13 May

Miraflores, a lovely neighborhoodMiraflores, un barrio Encantador

Are you planning to visit Lima, and don’t know which area to stay? Do you want to be in an area where you can walk safely? Do you want to be close to shopping centers, restaurants, parks and beaches? Then you must stay in Miraflores, a lovely neighborhood. Miraflores has been recognized as a major tourist destination. Its history can be traced from the oldest remains found in the archaeological site of Huaca Pucllana, ancient ceremonial center of the Lima Culture, to modern times. Its architectural lines are joined by the charm...

6 May

Do you need mobile internet while you are visiting Peru?¿Necesitas Internet móvil durante tu visita a Perú?

In these days, when everyone needs to be connected, it is important to have access to internet, and if it is using your own phone…. much better. It is very easy to buy a SIM card in Peru, just go to any sales point of Claro or Movistar, show your passport and pay S/. 15 soles (US$ 5.4). But…..note that there are some considerations you need to know before doing this: 1. Your phone should be unlocked, so that the SIM card of any carrier can work. 2. Make sure that your phone uses...