A journey to the Sacred City of Caral

Posted 20/08/14 by & filed under Blog, Monuments and History.

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If you are visiting Lima, you can’t miss the ancient and mystical citadel of Caral. It is considered among the most amazing tourist places of Peru because its architectural complexity and settlements which date from 3000 and 2000 years BC. Due to its historical and cultural importance, UNESCO included Caral in the World Heritage List,… Read more »

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 »