Tacna is a city in southern Peru and the regional capital of the Tacna Region. A very commercially active city, it is located only 35 km (22 mi) north of the border with Arica y Parinacota Region from Chile, inland from the Pacific Ocean and in the valley of the Caplina River. It is Peru's tenth most populous city.
Restaurants in Tacna
4.5 based on 465 reviews
The building anchors the main square with loud banners on the outside (when we were there) distracting from the beauty of the building. For Peru, it is a very nice religious structure that compares favorably to other small Peruvian towns.
4.5 based on 236 reviews
The history of Tacna after the Pacifico war is of resistence to chilean people since they wanted to keep Tacna under their domain. This Paseo Civico shows the peruvian heroes like the Alamo in Texas and every year on august 15, tacneños take the biggest peruvian flag and goes by this Paseo showing that they won.
4 based on 396 reviews
We ate ceviche at Don Leo's at Mercado central. It was delicious and the price was reasonable 2 ceviches and 2 of the best Tacna Sours! All for 54 soles (like $15). Walking around the market was fun and entertaining as well!
4 based on 333 reviews
The bases of the arch have statues of two Peruvian military leaders who distinguished themselves in historic military battles. Inexpensive hotels (2-3 stars) are a close walk to this arch.
4.5 based on 106 reviews
If you live by the beach and/or in a lush city, then this will blow your mind. You are right in the middle of the desert and the history of this petroglyphs just make you think about how old this area and tacna is. really amazing. The sun was beaming strongly but we still went for a long walk. Shame I had to be the translator for my english speaking friends because it detracted from my own experience.
If you are ever in Tacna, this is one of the very few places worth visiting.
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4.5 based on 30 reviews
Después de muchas visitas a Tacna ,quisimos ver algo más que no fuese comer y comprar .Este es un paseo que lo encontré barato US$20 por persona que nos hizo un recorrido por la ciudad de Tacna ,lo mismo que uno ve sin saber su historia pasamos a una viña con degustación ,después a probar una especie de humita (chilena) dulce en el camino ,de ahí a los petroglifos muy interesante con un pequeño museo creo se paga como US$ 0.10 o algo similar ,siempre hay que cancelar en soles y atractivo puente colgante ,de regreso a las termas de Aguas Calientes .
4 based on 91 reviews
Located in the former railway station, this place has a soul of its own. One can revisit the very active past of Railways in the region through maps, pictures, items and a whole raft of engines and carriages in various states of repair or disrepair. A superb visit.
4 based on 57 reviews
la playa es simpatica sin embargo uno debe tener mucho cuidado ya que hay como vacios en la arena de pronto ya no hay piso, realmente nos asustamos mucho ya que vino una ola nos hizo caer y nos jalo, Gracias a Dios pudimos salir ilesos,sin embargo es un lugar tranquilo ademas tiene conchitas y churitos muy bellos.
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