Rate our ReviewsSan Martin de Tours Church, PIURA SECHURA, Peru…. During the colony years, the importance of the cities was signaled by the the location of its church. If it was built in the main square, it indicated that the city was important. The San Martín de Tours church faces the Main Square, so Sechura, from its beginnings, was an important city on the Peruvian coast. It owes its name to the Hungarian Saint who was in Sechura on the date of its foundation, 1572.
Rate our ReviewsA couple of years ago, taking advantage of holidays for our Independence Day, and a desire with my kids to know more about our history, we took a day tour to the Sacred City of Caral, in the province of Barranca, 182 km on north of Lima, which would also take us to […]
Rate our ReviewsThis famous sweet dessert, called Picarones, is typical of Lima, and is the best known among the dishes resulting from the fusion of the Spanish and the Inca. Different other desserts, it is customary to eat in the afternoon or at night.
Rate our ReviewsPIURA – SECHURA,…..A few weeks ago, following the solving of formal issues on the property inherited by my mother and my uncles in Piura, I traveled again with my Mom to this beautiful land. This time we were introduced to some more of Piura, even places that my Mommy did not know.
Rate our ReviewsWe were on the road after visiting “El Cascajal”, where we learned a little more about the production of pisco, and we arrived at Huacachina, 20 minutes later. Imagine a place in the middle of an immense desert where water, vegetation and an impressive landscape are present, and that is this oasis.