Peru at a glance
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Taste Peru’s fusion cuisine while dining by candlelight on an unforgettable guided trek to Machu Picchu, take a tour to the breathtaking heights of Lake Titicaca or enjoy the many things Lima, Peru’s capital city, has to offer. Did you know Peru is considered one of the fastest growing economies of Latin America? Come and enjoy the many things this country has to offer. Welcome to Peru!
Luxury city breaks in Peru
Travellers flock to Peru’s capital city, Lima, a World Heritage site since 1991, to dine on its cuisine mixing Asian, Spanish and Afro-Peruvian influences. Feast on ceviche, one of Peru’s signature dish, it consists of raw marinated fish, hot chilies, corn and sweet potato. A stroll through Lima’s colonial quarter leads to historic churches, monasteries and ornate mansions. Stylish boutiques in Miraflores or San Isidro districts display fine silver jewellery and alpaca textiles. Go to open-air bars or to MATE (Mario Testino´s museum) in Barranco, the relaxed bohemian part of the city. Museums with great works of art, archaeological sites, beaches, the boardwalk, valleys, the nightlife, the thrill of adventure sports and the exquisite cuisine gives Peru’s capital an authentic personality and makes tourism in Lima a unique experience in the country. Lima is interesting for business, culture, gastronomic tours or romantic getaways.
Luxury retreats in the Peruvian countryside
If you’re looking for culture or romance you can also go to Cusco, the Inca capital high in the Andes, with colourful festivals of folkloric dances and masked balls. The Inca ruins of Machu Picchu, a lost city of stone shrouded in mist and legend is one of the Seven Modern Wonders of the World. A team of guides and porters can reveal the mysteries of the Inca Trail on a private hiking expedition. A luxury cruise along the Amazon River, one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, takes you to the heart of the rainforest to the Manu Reserve. One country, two World Wonders. And the north of Peru has the Señor de Sipán Museum that shows the tomb of the most important ruler of ancient Peru who lived around 250 A.C. In it you can see the magnificence of this ancient warrior through the more than 2,000 pieces of gold jewelry found with him.
Luxury beach holidays in Peru
Indulge in fresh Pacific seafood after a surfing lesson in the resorts of Máncora, North of Peru. Or go to Paracas at the South and take a boat cruise to get up close to the unique marine life of the Ballestas Islands, Peru’s answer to the Galápagos. Or visit the mysterious Nazca Lines, etched thousands of years ago in the desert sands. Here, in the beaches of Peru, you will feel at peace and in contact with nature.