These two Peruvian hotels are located outdoors and manage to combine elegance, creativity and comfort. Which one would you prefer?
Take a look at some of the most famous carnivals in Peru, from Puno to Cajamarca, and even Iquitos. Have you been to any? Which one is your favorite?
Based on travelers’ opinions, Trip Advisor chose the best hotels in Peru. Prices shown are referential. (Photos: El Comercio)
If you can’t imagine pedaling up to 14,000 feet in the Andes, only to descend along narrow paths through lush green valleys, let these extreme bikers tell you about it.
During 2016 these hotels were recognized in important tourist awards and important international magazines.
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)
Traditions of hospitality and comfort are kept alive by this family with Pozuzo origins, who welcome travelers to make this hotel their home away from home.