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Capital of Friendship!

Chiclayo: Capital of friendship The Friendly Chiclayans Chiclayo, capital of the Lambayeque region, is a city known for its friendly people. Visit the neoclassical Santa Maria’s Cathedral and the Casa Elias Aguirre, a stunning 19th-century mansion, the Ex-Convent of San Francisco and the San Antonio de los Padres Descalzos Basilica. The Witch Market Explore the bustling Mercado Modelo and the Witch Market, full of mysterious herbs, potions, and amulets used in traditional Peruvian medicine and rituals. See how people live and work in real time. The Sicán Culture The Sicán National Museum in Ferreñafe showcases the culture and art of the ancient Sicán civilization (750 – 1375 AD), including the famous Sicán gold mask. Paseo de las Musas The Paseo de las Musas is another charming pedestrian street lined with statues of muses from Greek mythology. Paseo Yortuque Enjoy the Paseo Yortuque, a pedestrian walkway in Chiclayo: Yortuque is a legendary figure in the Moche culture of Peru. He was a brave and powerful warrior who fought against evil forces and protected his people. The pedestrian street is decorated with statues and artwork depicting figures such as the Ai-Apaec, the Moche god of decapitation. The artwork is a tribute to the rich cultural heritage of the Moche people. Zaña: Memoria Afroperuana Zaña, a former contender for the official capital of the Virreinato of Peru, is also worth admiring. For outdoor adventures, Pimentel is the perfect spot to admire the caballitos de totora, the precursors of modern surfing. Join us on a Koslachek Private Tour to experience the warmth of Chiclayo and the unique cultural heritage of the Lambayeque region firsthand!

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Capital of Culture

Lambayeque: Capital of Culture The International Book Fair Discover the vibrant and culturally rich destination of Lambayeque with Koslachek Private Tours. Known as the “Capital of Culture”. The Feria Internacional del Libro (International Book Fair) held in Lambayeque is the most important cultural event in the region, attracting visitors and authors from all over Peru and the world. Lambayeque: Blend of Cultures Lambayeque boasts a fascinating blend of pre-Columbian, colonial, and modern influences, making it a must-visit destination for the sophisticated traveler. The region is also known for its traditional music, dance, and art, which reflect a fusion of indigenous, Spanish, and African influences. Pre-Hispanic Lambayeque The Túcume pyramids were once the religious center of the Lambayeque culture. These impressive pyramids offer a glimpse into the region’s fascinating pre-Hispanic past, and our expert guides will provide you with in-depth knowledge and insights to fully appreciate their significance. A World Class Museum Visit the impressive Royal Tombs of Sipán Museum and the Brüning Museum, which house a world-class collection of artifacts from the Moche culture. Marvel at the intricate gold and silver jewelry, elaborate ceramics, and other exquisite artifacts that showcase the rich artistic and cultural heritage of the Moche civilization. Learn about the archaeological discovery of The Lord of Sipán royal tomb and the significance of the treasures found within. Both museums provide a fascinating glimpse into the ancient world of the Moche people and their extraordinary craftsmanship. El Señor de Sipán Immerse yourself in the captivating history of the Lord of Sipán, a prominent figure in Moche society. Lord of Sipán tomb, which was discovered in 1987, is considered one of the most significant archaeological finds of the 20th century. Delve into the story of this ancient ruler and gain insights into the fascinating Moche civilization. Gastronomy of Lambayeque Indulge your taste buds with the region’s renowned cuisine, which includes delicious dishes such as seco de cabrito (stewed goat), arroz con pato (duck with rice), and ceviche, a Peruvian classic. Lambayeque is famous for the King Kong.

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Kuntur Wasi

San Pablo: Kuntur Wasi The Condor’s House Kuntur Wasi, (the Condor’s House) located near San Pablo Cajamarca, is a pre-Columbian archaeological site that offers a glimpse into the past civilization that inhabited the area. The site features impressive architectural structures, including a pyramid and a series of circular plazas. Kuntur Wasi is known for its ceremonial center and its unique stone sculptures. A Picturesque Little Town San Pablo Cajamarca is a picturesque little town in the Cajamarca region, which is known for its breathtaking landscapes and stunning pre-Hispanic and colonial architecture. It holds historical significance as the location of the Battle of Cajamarca, where the Inca Empire fought against the Spanish conquistadors before the eventual conquest of Cuzco—the last stronghold of the Incas. San Pablo Cajamarca offers a unique opportunity to learn about the fascinating history of the Inca Empire after the capture of the Inca Atahualpa. Mingle with the Locals At the local artisan market, visitors can purchase handmade goods, including textiles, pottery, and jewelry. The market is a great place to interact with the locals and learn about their culture and way of life. Adventure at the Andes Finally, for those seeking adventure, there are several hiking trails in the area that offer stunning views of the surrounding landscape. These trails range from easy to challenging and provide a unique opportunity to explore the natural wonders of San Pablo Cajamarca. Experience the challenge of trekking at high altitudes as you take pictures, explore, and enjoy the beauty of San Pablo. Breathe in the fresh air, free of pollution, and immerse yourself in the natural scents of San Pablo. The Downfall of the Inca Empire San Pablo-Cajamarca and Kuntur Wasi offer a unique and immersive experience for those interested in learning about the fascinating history and culture of the Inca Empire. Our expert guides will provide you with in-depth knowledge and insights, allowing you to fully appreciate the beauty and significance of San Pablo: Revisit the past and experience the place that witnessed the downfall of the Inca Empire.

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Giant Erotic Ceramics

Hey there, time travelers! Wanna spice up your journey? We’ve got a secret to share: Keep it hush-hush until we dive in!—ever heard of the Moche civilization’s Huacos Eróticos? Mmm… We surely got your attention with that headline and you may have never heard the …

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The Pearl of the North

Chepén, known as the Pearl of the North, is a city in La Libertad, Peru. Its agricultural production, especially rice, and its Chinese immigration influence make it the birthplace of chifa, a delicious Peruvian-Chinese fusion cuisine. Its rich pre-Hispanic, colonial, and republican …

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