Visa free travel for Peruvians

People of Peru could soon travel throughout the Schengen region nations without any visa for little stay in near future. European Parliament has selected to add Colombia and Peru to the list of nations for whose citizens a visa would not be needed for stays of up to ninety days.

On Monday, Civil Liberties Committee of the European Parliament selected to bump off visa requirements for Colombia and Peru. A leading news agency reported that fifty one member countries voted for the proposal, while two voted against and 2 more desisted.

New hotel in Lima

InterContinental Hotels Group is all set start their 179 room in Peru’s Holiday Inn Lima Airport Hotel in early 2016. The $ 24 million, newly build hotel would be placed adjacent to the Jorge Chavez Airport in the city. It is also 2 miles away from the Port of Callao, which one of the most meddling seaports in Latin America.

Peru culinary tours

Peru, the South American country, is being boasted as a top class food destination by over 500 travel agencies in Europe, Americas and Asia, stated the Peruvian Association of Travel and Tourism Agencies.

Peru tour specialist starts new family friendly itineraries

Aracari Travel, which is an award winning travel company based in the Peru capital Lima, has stated that a range of new family friendly travel itineraries for summer 2013. In reply to the increasing demand for a family friendly experiences in the country, Aracari Travel has made two itineraries that incorporate the activities, destinations and accommodations that are most suited to younger families along with children aged up to twelve years as well as families with children aged thirteen years and older.

Class Adventure Travel starts Encounter Peru

Class Adventure Travel Agency's travel specialists have spend their years of South America travel experience to create Encounter Peru, a brand new venture which offers both personally recommended hidden gems as well as area highlights. Encounter offers a scope to see the nation with the eyes of the local people as the travels were built from first hand experiences. The services selection opt for alternatives to travelers paths when possible in favor of a more personalized and authentic adventure.

Archaeologists in Peru find ancient temple

Peruvian archaeologists have found out a temple which is believed to be around 5000 years old. The Culture Ministry told that the temple was discovered at the old El Paraiso archaeological place in a valley which is just north of Lima, he Peruvian capital.

If the date, which is mentioned here, is confirmed, then it would be among the several oldest places in the world and it could be comparable to the old city of Caral, which is a coastal city, two hundred kilometers to the north.

Hilton opens new hotel in Peru

Hilton Worldwide has opened their new hotel hotel Hilton Lima Miraflores in Peru. This is Hilton Worldwide’s flagship brand’s very first Hilton Hotels & Resorts hotel in Peru.

Hilton Hotels & Resorts’ global head Dave Horton told that the opening of the Hilton Lima Miraflores is really an important milestone in their quick expansion throughout South America. With this flagship brand they now enter the 4th biggest city in Latin America. This hotel features iconic design showing the vibrant culture of Peru as well as the amenities guests get from Hilton.

Peru to play host of UNIDO General Conference 2013

Peru is all set to host the fifteenth session of the UNIDO (United Nations Industrial Development Organization) General Conference. The event will take place in capital Lima from 2nd December to 6th December. The decision to arrange the event in Peru was taken by UNIDO Industrial Development Board in Vienna at the organization's headquarters.

Peru schools in State Partnership Program

Cabell County’s three schools are now a part of the State Partnership Program (of West Virginia National Guard) with Peru. Major Todd Miller told that what they do is that they exchange information. Their partnership is in place from the year 1996.

More than Macchu Picchu

Peru is diverse, physically vast and geographically complex. The country has cacti-clad desert, sweaty jungle lowlands and lofty Andean highlands. The multi faceted attributes of this South American country attracts several curious travelers from across the world. Except for the well stepped trail to Macchu Picchu and Cuzco, most parts of this country are still out of the travelers’ radar.