12 REASONS WHY THE PERUVIAN FOOD IS THE BEST IN THE WORLD

1. NO MATTER WHERE YOU GO, THE FOOD IS DELICIOUS From the elegant to the popular market, from the most expensive place to puestito street that never fails on a sightseeing tour with things to eat and drink on the way restaurant. Everything is delicious. Lima and Arequipa are best known for its gastronomy local […]

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Paolo Marchi: "Now everyone is talking about Peruvian food

Paolo Marchi, food critic. Italian gastronomic major producer and author visited Peru to try new flavors and enjoy our cuisine. He also took the opportunity to give us a good review Being just 11 a.m., at the sushi bar JW Marriott hotel, the food critic Paolo Marchi tasted his first glass of Pisco Sour. “It […]

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Peruvian Cuisine

Peruvian cuisine is considered one of the most varied in the world. Thanks to the pre-Inca, Inca and Spanish, and Japanese African immigration, French, Chinese-Cantonese, and Italian mainly to the nineteenth century heritage with 774 years of Muslim coexistence, brings together a wide variety of mixtures, along with Creole, in gastronomy four continents in just […]

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Machu Picchu Weather

Machu Picchu’s climate varies depending on time of year, you want to visit the Archaeological Site; although it is open to the general public throughout the year; it is important to choose the date for your visit so you can enjoy it to the fullest. Machu Picchu is in a sub-tropical area, bathed by the […]

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Tips for traveling to Machu Picchu

Before traveling to Machu Picchu we suggest you keep these recommendations to make your trip safe and enjoy it to the fullest It is recommended that you travel to Machu Picchu in the dry season is from April to October. If you go during the rainy season, which is from November to March, taking into […]

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Peruvian Gastronomy

Peruvian cuisine is considered one of the most varied and richest in the world. Thanks to the pre Inca the Spanish, African, Sino-Cantonese, Japanese and Italian immigration mainly to the nineteenth century heritage, Inca and, together, mixing and acriolla gastronomy and exquisite flavors of four continents, offering a unique and impressive variety of dishes typical […]

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8 characteristics that demonstrate that our pisco is the best

In Peru, pisco is a classic that distinguishes us from the rest of the world. To avoid confusion with other distillates, here we explain its main characteristics of Peruvian pisco, how we should consume it and with what we can accompany it. 1. Cultivation area. It is grown in the valleys of Lima, Ica, Arequipa, […]

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Origin of Pisco

Peru is the cradle of pisco, there is no doubt about that. This brandy obtained exclusively from the distillation of fresh must of pisqueras grapes, is a product elaborated within the Peruvian territory, on the coast of the departments of Lima, Ica, Arequipa, Moquegua and the valleys of Locumba, Sama and Caplina in the department […]

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Where Pisco is made

Peru is the cradle of pisco, there is no doubt about that. This brandy obtained exclusively from the distillation of fresh must of pisqueras grapes, is a product elaborated within the Peruvian territory, on the coast of the departments of Lima, Ica, Arequipa, Moquegua and the valleys of Locumba, Sama and Caplina in the department […]

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