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10 Oct

Why is October known as the Purple Month in Lima? ¿Por qué Octubre se llama el Mes Morado en Lima?

Because Lima hosts the Procession of the Lord of Miracles, a Catholic feast with over 350 years of existence. But, what is the Lord of Miracles?  How its devotion was born? Why is it so famous? And why everything turns purple? History Around the year 1650, some black slaves from Angola, who lived in the neighborhood of Pachacamilla, in Lima, painted in one of the walls of their home, an image of a crucified Christ. On November, 1655 a large earthquake struck the city of Lima, causing destruction in almost all the city,...

1 Oct

2 Legends that Explain the Origins of the Inca Empire2 Leyendas que explican el Origen del Imperio de los Incas

As many ancient civilizations, the empire of the Incas origin does not have a clear history, and is explained on the basis of legends. These legends  use some real characters, some fantastic ones, some real facts and some not so real ones. There are 2 legends in the Peruvian Tradition that explain the origin of this Empire in Peru: Manco Cápac and Mama Ocllo Legend It is the most well-known legend, and was written by the chronicler of Inca Garcilaso de la Vega (1539 – 1616), whose maternal family belonged to the Incan...

10 Sep

Do you like food? You must visit Mistura¿Te Gusta la Comida? Tienes que visitar a Mistura

Have you heard of the gastronomic boom of Peru? Did you know that in the latest edition of the Latin America 50 Best Restaurants awards, Peru won 8 places (including 1st and 2nd place)? And that Gastón Acurio, (our emblem chef), won the award for best chef in Latin America? Do you want  to come and try Peruvian food? But, where to go? How to try the all the variety of food offered in Peru? There is a place where you can experience all the wonders of Peruvian food, from luxurious restaurants...

25 Aug

Who was St Rosa de Lima?¿Quién fue Santa Rosa de Lima?

On August 30th Peru celebrates the day of St. Rosa de Lima, but….. who was St. Rosa and why is she so important in the Peruvian culture and tradition? Isabel Flores de Oliva, known in the universal Church as St. Rosa de Lima, was born in Lima, Peru on April 30th and passed away on August 24th 1617. Her character was peaceful and her priorities were always given to everything concerned with her Catholic faith. Her Life Santa Rosa was secular; she was not a cloistered nun as many people believe. She lived at home...

7 Aug

5 Destinations to Enjoy the South of Peru5 Destinos para Disfrutar el Sur del Perú

Following the videos series made by PromPeru, here I present you the most important touristic attractions that you will find in the Southern Circuit of Peru.# 1 IcaAttractions:Nazca LinesNational Reserve of Paracas Huacachina Lagoon – IcaHow to get there:Paracas: By bus from Lima: 3 hrs 30 minIca: By bus from Lima: 5 hrs 30 minNazca: By busfrom Lima: 7 hrs 30 minfrom Arequipa: 8 hrs 30 min# 2 ArequipaAttractions:Monastery of Santa Catalina: 4 Reasons to Visit the Monastery of Santa CatalinaColca Canyon: 5 Places to enjoy at the Colca CanyonHow to...

28 Jul

Peru: Happy Independence DayPeru: Felices Fiestas Patrias

Every 28th of July, Peru celebrates its Independence Day, remembering the Independence declaration made by Jose de San Martin on July 28, 1821.  EL PERÚ DESDE ESTE MOMENTO ES LIBRE E INDEPENDIENTE POR LA VOLUNTAD GENERAL DE LOS PUEBLOS Y POR LA JUSTICIA DE SU CAUSA QUE DIOS DEFIENDE VIVA LA PATRIA ! VIVA LA LIBERTAD ! VIVA LA INDEPENDENCIA! ** I can’t translate the declaration, but basically, it says, that from now on Peru is free. Here are the Patriotic symbols of Peru, symbols that every Peruvian know and feel proud of them. # 1...

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...

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...

9 Apr

5 Tips to Find a Hotel in Peru that meet your needs and budget5 Consejos para Encontrar un Hotel en Perú que cubra tus Necesidades y Presupuesto

Are you wondering how to look a hotel in Peru?Are you looking for cheap and clean hotels? Or maybe you are looking for luxury hotels? What is the difference between a hostel and a hotel? Let’s begin. When you look for a hotel there are 5 factors to consider: # 1 Location. The heart of most cities in Peru is the “Plaza de Armas” or Main Square; therefore it is a good idea to choose a hotel close to it. In that way, it will be easy to go out for shopping,...