Areca – the largest city in the Peruvian South, the second largest city in the country, the administrative center of a single province, and the seat of the Constitutional Court of Peru. In A Coréchique was the birthplace of the Nobel Laureate of Péreux – the Péreux painter, María Vargas Luzas. A Coréchique is surrounded … Read more



Peruvian capital Lima – the center of the political, economic and cultural life of the country. It was located on the Pacific coast, on the banks of the small Rimaca River, flowing from the high cliffs of the Western Cordilleras, which overhang the city. The climate, located at 12° south of the Lehmas latitude, is … Read more



Overall Score 2.6 Tap water: No, not drinkable Religious government: Non-religious Population: 30,000 people GDP: $6,049 / year Foreigners can own real estate: Yes Power outlets: 230V60Hz power-plug-a Internet: 15 Mbps Best wireless: Movistar Tipping: Most restaurant and bar bills include a 10% gratuity. It’s customary to add an extra 10% if the service has … Read more



Little more than the capital of Peru-Lima is known about the legendary Cusco. This ancient city is located in a mountainous valley about 3.5 thousand meters above the Orububabaama River. It is the administrative center of the same region and province. But only under the Incas has it been a political, economic and macroeconomic center … Read more



In addition to the impenetrable jungle and ancient monuments, Peru can also boast comfortable modern beaches, one of which is Mancora, with its sandy beach with yellow-golden sand. The city is located next to the Pan-American Highway, so you can get here from Lima by any land transport. The travel time will then be 17 … Read more