Peru is an amazing country, perfect to live Intercultural experiences knowing its people, customs, gastronomy and of course Cusco: capital of the Inca Empire and Machu Picchu.
Peru is located in the western part of South America, bordered to the north by Ecuador, south by Chile and Bolivia, and to the east by Colombia and Brazil. The geographical, climatic and cultural diversity is very diverse taking this way: the Pacific coast, the Andes and the Amazon jungle.
The diversity of cultures and civilizations developed in Peru, left the richest samples of architecture, ceramics, textiles and metallurgy, which can be observed in different museums, being the Inca Empire the last to develop such great samples.
Peruvian cuisine is one of the most internationally recognized because of the great flavor, great variety of ingredients and their condiments. The infaltables to prove are:
The Ceviche, lomo saltado, anticuchos, ají de gallina, chicharon, grilled chicken and chaufa rice. Among the most popular drinks is the Chicha Morada, Inka Cola and our drink flag: Pisco Sour. Our desserts are: Sigh to the Limeña, Rice with milk and purple mazamorra, Picarones and the nougat of Dona Pepa. It is important to mention that our fruits from Peru are used as ingredients to innovate many desserts such as aguaymanto cheese cake. Peruvians are very proud of our gastronomy so we invite you to taste the variety of dishes that we offer.
The Peruvian currency is the Sun (PEN or Symbol: S /.) In order to exchange your US Dollar, Euros or other foreign currency for Soles, we recommend that you do so in Banks or Exchange Houses and require a receipt in exchange.