If you want to learn more about northern Peru’s Chachapoya culture, this is the museum to visit. What are you waiting for?
Machu Picchu? Nope, not on this list. There’s more to this southeastern region than the Inca citadel, just take look.
As the capital of the Junín region, Huancayo has much to offer visitors inside and outside of the city. Which sites have you visited? (All Photos: Noelina Rissman/Living in Peru)
What is it like to travel alone down the world’s deepest canyon? Let this Italian adventure seeker tell you.
Want to spend a night in a dome in Lima enjoying nature? Pariacaca Camp is the hot spot to do just that!(Photos: Pariacaca Camp)
Hopefully you’re able to take advantage of the long weekend, thanks to the APEC conference. If you’re in the capital city, be sure to check out these 5 landmarks. What would you add to the list?
A bevy of restaurants and cafes in Lima are jumping on the midday breakfast bandwagon. Here's our diner's guide for the weekend.
It’s time to dust off those grills and organize a culinary reunion with friends and family. Here are some tips for pairing a cold brew with your barbecue fare.
Looking for that place where everyone knows your name? Try out some traditional Peruvian barbecue served to you in the lovely district of La Punta.
Use the hot weather here in Peru as the perfect excuse to cool down with this creative and easy-to-make cocktail.
Located in the Barranco district of Lima, this new restaurant is a worthwhile destination for those in search of authentic cuisine from Chiclayo.
A native Peruvian returns to his homeland after many years abroad, and brings with him his story of falling in love with English and the culture of language learning in Peru.
Have you thought of beginning or perhaps improving your Individual Retirement Account? Here are some simple tips to do so while living abroad.
Dconfianza, a new online platform, has launched in hopes to connect people and solve problems. What task do you need help accomplishing?