This is a pre-Inca building. It is the largest in the place, it is rectangular in shape and its function as a barn has been proposed, a building that served during pre-Inca times for ceremonial purposes indoors, but also as a lodging for travelers or guests. It was built by the Chachapoya culture, between the … Read more
Peru wins four accolades The Peruvian Ministry of Foreign Trade and Tourism (Mincetur) and Peru’s Exports and Tourism Promotion Board (PromPeru) proudly announced that our country won four World Travel Awards in the South American region. The categories in which Peru prevailed are the following: South America’s Leading Culinary Destination 2021. You can read: “Peruvian gastronomy is for Europeans the … Read more
The spirit of the Peruvian people has given rise to a creative vein, which crops up in an endless variety of shapes, rhythms and rituals. Year after year, more than 3,000 folk festivals, 1,500 musical styles and countless arts and crafts confirm that Peru is home to one of the most varied folk legacies in the world.
Peru ranks as a preferred choice for practicing Archaeology. The country is full of remains of ancient cultures and constructions of stone or mud, which are witnesses of the empire grandeur. Some of these places are Machu Picchu, the Sacred Valley of Urubamba and the nearby ruins in Cusco, Sipan in Lambayeque, Chan Chan in La Libertad, Chavin de Huantar in Ancash, Kuelap in Amazonas and Pachacamac in Lima.
Peru Traces Travel will offer the accommodation options in Lima where the clinic is located, as well as different tours you might want to do, all in different budget options but with a common quality standard. We will make sure that you feel special by providing a personalized and friendly service from the moment you contact us to the moment you leave Peru with your best smile and memories.
Peruvian cuisine is considered one of the most diverse in the world. In January,2004, The Economist said that “Peru can lay claim to one of the world’s dozen or so great cuisines” , while at the Fourth International Summit of Gastronomy Madrid Fusión 2006, regarded as the world’s most important gastronomic forum, held in Spain between January 17 and 19, Lima was declared the “Gastronomic Capital of the Americas”.