International Living Promotes Cusco for Retirees

A few days ago, Lonely Planet ran an opinion piece in which it describes Cusco as “ideal place for US retirees to live”. International Living, which is a magazine dedicated to retirees choosing to retire outside USA spoke to the TIME magazine, and recommended Peru and Cusco in particular as a destination of choice, citing affordable living, history, culture, and a peaceful lifestyle. Read more..

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Don’t Forget to Visit These 3 Restaurants in Lima

If you are planning to visit Peru, you will certainly have to pass through Lima, even if your destination is someone in a remote part of the country. Lima is one of the most exciting cities in the world, and when you are here, it makes absolute sense to try out some of the best restaurants in town. The capital city is famous for its ritzy bars and restaurants in Miraflores and other neighborhoods. Read more..

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Which Visa Do You Need to Visit Peru?

Like most countries in the world, you will need a tourist visa to enter Peru and visit its many enthralling locations. However, the place where you come from makes a lot of difference in terms of how easy it is for you to procure a tourist visa. If you are from one of the European Union countries or from North American countries such as Canada, USA, or Mexico, you can apply for a tourist visa upon arrival at the airport. Read more..

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3 Peruvian Poets You Must Read

Peru is a nation that values its literary heritage, and this fact becomes conspicuous when you notice the number of books in Peruvian homes. Schools encourage reading, and teenagers often recipe famous poems to their dates in order to impress them. In a way, one could say that Peru still holds certain old school traits like valuing good literature close to its heart. Read more..

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