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Regiões em Peru
Região/Estado # Região/Estado #
Amazonas11 Lambayeque133
Ancash78 Lima3135
Apurímac12 Loreto51
Arequipa302 Madre de Dios3
Ayacucho21 Moquegua7
Cajamarca27 Pasco2
Callao70 Piura66
Cusco278 Puno27
Huancavelica4 San Martin34
Huánuco25 Tacna46
Ica85 Tumbes6
Junin39 Ucayali14
La Libertad202
Informação sobre Peru
Peru Guia de Viagens
Facts, Attractions, Transport, Food, Money, Visa, Travelogues, Nightlife, Culture, Links ...
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Introduction

Check the official site for Peru: http://www.peru.info

GOVERNMENT
Peru is a democratic republic. The president and members of Congress are elected every five years by universal suffrage. The current constitutional president of Peru is Ollanta Humala (2011-2016).

RELIGION
Roman Catholic: 89%
Evangelical: 7%
other religions: 4%

Peru is a naturally religious country: a diversity of beliefs and freedom of worship can be seen from the wide range of festivals and rituals that feature both Catholic fervor and the mysticism of age-old pre-Hispanic cultures.

OFFICIAL LANGUAGES
Spanish: 80,3% Quechua: 16,2% Other languages: 3,0% Foreign languages: 0,2%
As part of its rich cultural tradition, Peru features many different languages. Although Spanish is commonly spoken across the country, Quechua is a major legacy of the Inca Empire, and is still spoken with regional dialects in many parts of Peru.
In addition, other languages are spoken such as Aymara (in Puno) and a startling variety of dialects in the Amazon jungle, which are divided up into 15 linguistic families and 38 different languages.

CURRENCY
The official currency in Peru is the Nuevo Sol (S/.), which is divided into 100 centimos. The currency includes coins for 5, 10, 20 and 50 centimos and 1, 2 and 5 sol coins. There are bills in the denomination of 10, 20, 50, 100 and 200 soles.
The current exchange rate is around S/3.10 per US Dollar and S/4.4 per Euro(March 2015).
Besides, the US Dollar is well accepted as a second currency in most places. You can even redraw US Dollars from ATMs.

Why should members come?
Peru is a great country to learn spanish, enjoy the landscape, the exquisite cuisine, the living culture and the people. In Peru you can practice many adventure sports like: trekking, climbing, surfing. We have deserts, amazing beaches, the Andes, rainforest... 84 of the 103 ecological zones on earth.

What can they expect, travel wise and Hospitality Club wise?

Top Things to See and Do
Please just make a simple list separated by commas here - more info in the Travel Guide.
Lima (2 days is enough if you are short of time), Machu Picchu (Cusco), Colca Canyon (Arequipa), Tambopata, Manu (rainforest reserves in Madre de Dios), Titicaca Lake (Puno), Chan-Chan (Trujillo) and the list goes on and on....


Neighboring countries: Ecuador, Colombia, Brazil, Bolivia, and Chile.
The distance between Lima and the Ecuador or Chile borders is almost the same: about 22 hours by bus.

Who is coming?
Manuel
Hi! We are 3 guys from france and spain. We planned a trip from Colombia to Argentina between October and Decembre 2007...we should be in Peru at the begining of november... If Someone want to join us, he is welcome!

pablotanira: Hola! soy argentino y voy a estar viajando con autostop (e imaginación) desde Bs As a Ecuador a fines de Mayo 2007, cualquier colaboración (consejos, alojamiento, lo que sea!) o compañeros/as de viaje serán bienvenidos!

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Hospitality Club Meetings
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Edited by: paolittosperu on 03.03.2015 claudiotirado on 18.03.2008 numabis on 02.08.2007 pablotanira on 08.05.2007 Pathiuska on 16.04.2007 claudiotirado on 14.01.2007 claudiotirado on 12.01.2007 pathiuska on 26.12.2006 kvashonka on 18.08.2006 rubik on 22.05.2006 meyerchristoph on 05.04.2006 paracasdesertfox on 10.03.2006 natoledo on 26.10.2005 rubik on 30.09.2005 natoledo on 30.08.2005 natoledo on 15.07.2005 natoledo on 21.06.2005 natoledo on 20.06.2005 tealow on 02.03.2005 on 06.06.2004
Last postings about Peru from other users
 
sissy wrote:

Cuzco es la capital arqueologica de america


claukan23 wrote:

Lima, center


eldacavalie wrote:

muchos, iglesias, ruinas etc


adquevedo wrote:

Visit to museum, ruins,concert and you will go to native and modern shopping



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