Remembering the life and dedication of the beloved German archeologist Maria Reiche, who dedicated her life in studying and protecting Peru's Nazca Lines.
Chocolate? sí, inclusive museos de chocolate hay en Lima; que se unen a mágicos recorridos por la historia, arte, fotografía y costumbres de antiguos peruanos. En Lima, existen muchas opciones. Les dejamos 8 que no deberían dejar de visitar si está en esta sonora ciudad. Chocolate? yes, there are even chocolate museums in Lima; who join magical journeys through history, art, photography and customs of ancient Peruvians. In Lima , there are many places to go; yes, so we show you 8 options should not miss if you are in this sweet city.MUSEO DE
This post shows photos and a short description in Spanish and English of a 4X4 trip through the Ocucaje Desert in the Ica region, south of Lima where we camped at a deserted beach and fished for our ceviche.
Is a district of the province of Huarochiri, has a dry climate and sunshine throughout the year. Its beautiful natural landscapes, filled with waterfalls like those of Huanano, Palakala, among others, are the ones that attract travellers who want to get away from the city for a moment. If you want to go out for a walk close to Lima with a great view this is a good option.San Jeronimo de Surco, is a small and cozy town. It is an attractive district agro - eco - tourism,
The Magical Water Circuit of Lima is the largest water fountain compound in the world, certified by Guinness World Records. Here you can enjoy a wonderful display of water, light, music and images presented in the Reserve Park, one of Lima's most beautiful urban areas."Magic Fountain" is the largest fountain in the Park of the ReserveThe Fantasia Fountain, site of a regularly scheduled laser and picture show, is 120 m in length and contains jets that are synchronized to musicThe Children's Fountain A typical attraction where local families,
Estimated at 1.5 million people (around 5 % of the country’s population), Peru’s ethnic Chinese community is the largest in Latin America. Its center and de facto capital is the Barrio Chino, or Chinatown, in Lima’s historic center. On February 1st we went to have a look what was going on for the Chinese New Year between the 7th and 8th block of Jirón Ucayali in downtown, a stretch almost universally referred to as Calle Capón, a name acquired during the Spanish Colonial period as it was the location