This section provides information and advice about Peru: need a bank? problems with your credit card? Are you sick? need a doctor? where to stay in town? how is the weather? is Peru safe?
Peru is the third largest country in South America, after Brasil and Argentina, extremely biodiverse country, It is made up of a variety
Spanish pronunciation: [ˈmatʃu ˈpitʃu], Quechua: Machu Pikchu [ˈmɑtʃu ˈpixtʃu], "Old Peak" is located 2,430 metres (7,970 ft) above sea
Located at an altitude of 3,360m above sea level, Cusco was referred to as the 'Navel of the World'. Population 2007, the city had a
Find a hotel or hostel in Peru it is not a problem, Peru has many options for everybody. Herein you can find advices for Hotels in the main
Prevent motion sickness, jet lag, drink plenty of fluids to prevent blood clots. Insurance covers you for medical expenses abroad?
The Nuevo Sol (S/.) is the currency of Peru (PEN = International code for the Peruvian currency. You can exchange USA $ or Euros at almost any place,
The country covers three major geographic and climatic zones. Coast (Desert), Sierra (Andes) and Jungle (Amazon). It is split north to south by the
Every guide book has a responsibility to warn you about the worst things that can happen to you whilst traveling in Peru ….. thieves, drug
At the Fourth International Summit of Gastronomy Madrid Fusion 2006, regarded as the world's most important gastronomic forum, held in Spain,