Peru’s capital is a city that has a thriving food scene at the moment, and there are a huge variety of restaurants in Lima that are opening their doors and sharing world-class food. Whether you are looking for high class dining or the best places to try traditional Peruvian classics, here are some of the best restaurants that Lima has to offer.
The Chiclayo witch market supplies people who are involved in the traditional spiritual beliefs of the region, and the rituals and ceremonies will often require particular ingredients or figures which can surprise many visitors to the market.
Around twenty minutes outside of the city of Iquitos, in the village of Padre Cocha, this remarkable site is home to the Pilpintuwasi Butterfly Farm, one of the most amazing places in Peru for seeing the natural wonders of the Amazon at close quarters.
Arequipa is a city which is proud of its cuisine, and the variety of dishes on offer reflect the history of the city as a trading post, drawing in a variety of ingredients from across Peru. Find out where to eat in Arequipa.
Peru is a country that has a growing reputation around the world for producing excellent food, and while celebrity chef Gaston Acurio is at the forefront of the high class food industry in the city, there are still plenty of cheap eats and tasty treats available from stalls and takeaway stands around Lima.
This city lies on the Peruvian banks of Lake Titicaca, and while it is often considered to be the gateway to get across the border to Bolivia, there is a lot more to this particular area of Peru than just being a transit point.