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Miraflores

Miraflores (Lima) – this is Lima’s most tourist-friendly and upscale district. Like other coastal areas by Lima like Chorrillos and Barranco districts, Miraflores attracted weathy settlers especially during the 19th century. Major thoroughfares like Via Expresa, also known as Paseo de la República or Zanjón (the express highway), and the Circuito de Playas de la […]

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Parque de la Amistad

Parque de la Amistad (Av. Caminos del Inca, block 21, Lima) — visitors going through this park will come across a traditional mountain train station, including an original 1926 steam engine with 3 trucks for touring several areas of the park. The site also has a navigable artificial lagoon and a 29-metre high Moorish arch. […]

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Instituto Cultural Peruano Norteamericano / ICPNA

Instituto Cultural Peruano Norteamericano/ICPNA (Calles Angamos e/Arequipa, Miraflores, Lima) – this is the largest binacional cultural center in Latin America. It hold a variety of art exhibits, along with dance festivals, music events from classical music to folk and jazz, book presentations and readings. Along with its main branch in Miraflores, it also has galleries […]

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Los Andes Golf Club

Los Andes Golf Club (Carretera Central km. 23 – Hacienda Huampani, Lurihancho, Chosica) — located in Huachipa and surrounded by the Andes foothills east of Lima, this course enjoys sun and good weather all over the year. Opened 1969, the unique 9-hole course, which is played twice over with different finales, was intentionally designed to […]

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Inti Raymi

Inti Raymi (Cuzco) – a.k.a. the Inca Festival of the Sun, this unique event gives visitors the chance to see a live ancient Inca ritual. The central event is acted out on the esplanade below the imposing fortress of Sacsayhuamán, 2 km (1 mile) away from the city of Cuzco — easily reached by car […]

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Surfing

Surfing —  given the country’s lengthy coastline, which faces the Pacific Ocean, it’s expected that surfing  is a major recreational activity.  Archeological artifacts suggest that the sport actually goes back hundreds, if not thousands of years in Peru.  The country’s central coast has great surfing opportunities from April to September, while the north coast (towards […]