Reasons

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A Country with Its Eyes on the Future

With an economy that has led the Latin American boom of recent years, Peru never ceases to surprise the world with its strengths.

  • Open to the world: Peru has signed free trade agreements (FTAs) with the greatest powers in the world, including the United States, the European Union, and China.

  • It is one of the best countries to do business in, according to the World Bank’s Doing Business Report.

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Close to Everyone

The strategic location of Peru, and particularly the city of Lima, makes our country the best choice for your next event. Non-stop flights from the world’s most important cities arrive at Jorge Chávez International Airport, the region’s main hub. The airport is considered one of the best in South America, offering connecting flights to the country’s top tourist destinations.

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With Arms Wide Open

Three cities, all declared World Cultural Heritage by the UNESCO, and a seaside resort situated alongside a protected natural area, combine modernity and first-class infrastructure with historical wealth.

Lima

Built on the foundations of its Pre-Hispanic and Colonial past, Peru’s capital is now in the prime of its life in this new millennium.

Paracas

The desert on the seashore, in the department of Ica, a few short hours from Lima. Incredible landscapes, fauna in its natural habitat, and, of course, lots of history.

Arequipa

The city’s gorgeous historic center is a jewel of Colonial architecture, earning it a place as a World Heritage site.

Cusco

The capital of the Incas, where former royal palaces have been renovated into hotels, Cusco is also a dynamic and cosmopolitan city.

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World-Class Cuisine

Peru is the Western Hemisphere’s premier culinary destination. Our cultural heritage and geographic variety have made us experts in offering a range of delicacies.

  • Recipes that date back centuries, now adapted to the innovative offerings of fusion cuisine.

  • The chance to enjoy fruits and vegetables harvested that very same day, along with the freshest of seafood. Peru is also a leader in organic farming techniques.

  • Peru is the birthplace of pisco, the distilled grape brandy that tastes great on its own or in a dazzling array of cocktails.

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Professionalism and Cordiality

Infrastructure, professionalism, and attention to every last detail in the organization of your event.

From events for over twelve thousand participants to incentive travel for senior executives of multinational corporations, Peru has played host to a long list of presidents, prime ministers, international opinion leaders, heads of multilateral organisms, and CEOs.

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