Peru placed third in the Top Country category at the annual "Wanderlust Reader Travel Awards 2018" held by British travel magazine Wanderlust. Attendees at the London ceremony included representatives from different countries, airlines, tour operators and tourism professionals. https://www.peru.travel/about-peru/news/peru-wins-award-from-british-travel-magazine-wanderlust.aspx
Peru is located in the central part of the western coast of South America. The main spoken language is Spanish. Peru counts with a unique biodiversity and it is divided into three main regions: the coast, the highlands and the rainforest. It is a magical spot with a melting pot of different cultures.
You will witness the legacy of ancient cultures like Caral that dates back to the age of civilizations like Mesopotamia. Also, experience Inca cultures and with an unmistakable identity that created wonders such as the Royal Tombs of Sipan, the Nazca Lines, Chan Chan and Machu Picchu.
Eating in Peru is about your palate, it is an expression of the multiple cultures that co-exist in one territory, and in recent years it has become part of the national identity and an incontrovertible, unifying element in Peru.
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Location & Transportation
Curious to know how the commute in Lima compares to cities across the world? The Moovit Public Transit Index shows facts and statistics about public transit usage in over 150 cities
Lima, also known as "The City of the Kings", it provides its visitors with access to all kinds of facilities and plenty of attractions such as museums, archeological sites among others. Moreover, Lima is a city that lives and breathes by the sea, which is modern, entertaining and above all, gourmet. Its restaurants, both the traditional and those that serve fusion cuisine, transform a visit into a delight to the senses that ensure a pleasant and comfortable stay in the city.
Valid passport, visas are not necessary for citizens from many countries of America and Europe. Please note that citizens from most Latin American countries, US citizens, and citizens of the European Union do not require entry visas. Please refer to the following link to the complete list of countries that require visas to enter the country:
Accessibility from some major World Cities to Lima
||Dallas||7 h 12'|
||Houston||6 h 45 '|
||Los Angeles||8 h 35 '|
||Miami||5 h 45 '|
||Buenos Aires||4 h 15 '|
||Santiago||3 h 25 '|
||Madrid||11 h 30 '|