One day of adventures in Lunahuana

Posted 25/07/14 by & filed under Adventure and Nature, Blog.

Amazing landscapes, archaeological remains, friendly locals and an excellent cuisine… Without counting the fields, vineyards, pisco, wine and exciting adventure sports… This is what you’ll find in Lunahuana, the incredible place located at Km 37 of  Cañete  – Yauyos , in the south of Lima. Just 2 hours from Lima by car – or 3… Read more »

We open our 4th hotel in Cusco: Tierra Viva Cusco San Blas

Posted 03/07/14 by & filed under Blog.

An old colonial house located in one of the most traditional neighborhoods of Cusco gives life to our newly inaugurated Tierra Viva Cusco San Blas, our fourth hotel in the mythical Inca city, and the seventh overall in Peru. The hotel Just 4 blocks from the Plaza de Armas and a few meters from the… Read more »

Art in Barranco and Chorrillos

Posted 06/06/14 by & filed under Blog, Monuments and History.

Barranco and Chorrillos are two of the most traditional districts of Lima. Inhabited since pre-hispanic times, these neighborhoods started to gain more notice during the republic, when the wealthiest families of Lima chose the area as their summer destination, settling in their houses or ranches. In the streets of these two districts it’s possible to… Read more »

Three Traveler’s Choice Awards for our hotels in Cusco and Arequipa for its “Exceptional Customer Service”

Posted 20/05/14 by & filed under Blog.

To receive three new Traveler’s Choice awards from the renowned travel website TripAdvisor reconfirms to us that we are on the right path. The deserving hotels of this award are chosen by tourists and travelers who use this web, at present the most important travel website in the world, as their reference. The quality and… Read more »

Easter on the South beaches of Lima

Posted 16/04/14 by & filed under Adventure and Nature, Blog.

Celebrating Easter in the Sur Chico (south beaches of Lima) is an excellent alternative if your idea is to travel nearby the city. Located between the Kilometers 40 and 50 of the South Panamerican highway, the end of summer results as a perfect season to visit them due to the smaller amount of people looking… Read more »

The magic and mysticism of La Rosa Nautica

Posted 17/03/14 by & filed under Dine and going out.

This emblematic Lima restaurant is located in an ancient wharf on the Costa Verde in Miraflores, in which cuisine, since its opening in 1983, have passed some of the most important chefs of the country.  With beautiful views in all of its rooms, where you can enjoy a spectacular sunset, La Rosa Nautica offers a… Read more »

Living the festival of Holy Virgin of Candelaria

Posted 12/02/14 by & filed under Alive cultures.

Among the many ancient feasts that are still celebrated in Peru, the Virgin of Candelaria festival stands out for being the most colorful and massive of them all, a symbol of the religious syncretism among aymara, quechua and spanish culture that is revealed through the dance of the peculiar characters that are part of its… Read more »

The Plaza de Armas of Cusco

Posted 05/07/13 by & filed under Blog, Monuments and History.

The current Plaza de Armas corresponded to the administrative and political center of the Inca empire. Before it was a swampy area that the incas worked and transformed in the XII century, raising in time the palaces on which Huayna Cápac and Pachacútec lived between other leaders.