Trujillo is a lively intersection of ancient culture and modern arts. See ancient ruins at the Chan Chan archaeological site and be awed by the Moche Huaca del Sol y la Luna (temples of the sun and moon.). The multicolored Tunnel of Wishes on the Paseo de Aguas is a fabulous place for people-watching. Locally brewed corn beer is worth a try. If you’re a nightlife lover, pace yourself—bars and clubs get going late, and then go all night.
Restaurants in Trujillo
4.5 based on 1,513 reviews
This archaeological zone, an excellent example of pre-Colombian America, once served as the capital of the Chimu Kingdom, which reached the height of its power in the 15th century before falling under the Incas.
Ancient ruins uncovered in Peru and very interesting. Unfortunately the government does not have the money to carry on with the excavation of these sites but that have great value
4.5 based on 363 reviews
The Moche Route follows the most important cultures that settled in Northern Peru between the years 100 and 900 A.D. Important archaeological finds, such as the discovery of the lavish tomb of the Lord of Sipan, the Lady of Cao mummy and the mural paintings in the El Brujo Archaeological Complex, display the splendour of one of the most creative and successful cultures of the pre-Hispanic world.
A fabulous archeological site in northern Peru that is exceptional in many ways. Excellent interpretive display boards throughout assist visitors with understanding the history and significance of this remarkable site. One could easily spend a day here.
4.0 based on 16 reviews
Currently known as Casona Deza, this building dates back from the XVIII Century and it is considered the most beautiful building from the Colonial Era in the Americas. The Casona is an Historic National Monument and it is open to visitors from 8AM to 10PM every day of the week. From time to time, you can also enjoy the Art Gallery with art pieces from local artist. It is a must to visit while you are in Trujillo!
ThingsTodoPost © 2018 All rights reserved.