One word: Hodor.
One word: Hodor.
A mine in the southern region of Arequipa was engulfed on Monday, and weather conditions are stalling rescue efforts.
The eldest daughter of the former U.S. President went unnoticed when she came to South America in November 2016.
The Peruvian chef behind acclaimed restaurants such as Central and Lima continues to bring awareness to the possibilities of Peruvian gastronomy.
There were many colorful adjectives used to describe 2016, and ‘hot’ was definitely one of them.
National Geographic reports upon the black amphibian with bright stripes and a strange croak.
The British Embassy in Peru gifted the portalab to provide early diagnosis of tuberculosis.
After violent riots broke out at the start of the year, Lima’s mayor has now decided the project will be called off.
The Embassy of India in Peru’s capital will soon promote proper certification for national yoga teachers and schools.
Peru’s national newspaper went to the source (sort of) to find out what foreign tourists like most about Peru’s capital, or at least what travel magazines tell them to like. What do you like best?
El Comercio finds that Peru has become a means of escape for Venezuelans escaping the crisis, leading to some tasty new ventures.
“Rodar contra todo,” a Peruvian film, will now be shown in 6 major cities of Peru, free of admission charges.
Sumaq Machu Picchu Hotel aims to delight the senses with the latest series of web videos in mark of their renovation.
The proof is in the numbers: there is still a wide gender pay gap. Why does this issue continue to exist?
The business magazine publishes a piece describing the majestic beauty of the Peruvian Vinicunca mountain, a site yet to be marred by tourism.
A Czech Republic native posts a series of web videos about her experience living in the Andean nation.
Though Lima’s anniversary isn’t until January 18, the municipality has a special concert planned for this Tuesday.
The high fashion magazine recommends adventurous (and posh) travelers an itinerary set in the Andean nation.
Floods, drought and low temperatures have led to the death of some hundreds of thousands of alpacas in the past year.
AFAR travel magazine lists Peru’s Inca citadel as one of the best landscapes worldwide seen by railway. Can you guess the other?