The second largest metropolitan area in Peru is the city of Trujillo. Many tourists are drawn to the region of La Libertad to visit its many archaeological sites, beaches and ancient pyramids. The cityscape features unique monuments from the Chimu and Mochi epochs, as well as the Spanish colonial period.


If Trujillo is known as the City of Eternal Spring, it is because the sun and good weather are part of this city practically all year round. Located on the Pacific coast, Trujillo, in addition to having an enviable temperature, has beautiful beaches where you want to stay all day to bathe for hours in its waters or to enjoy its waves on a surfboard.


The most important cultural nucleus in the Chimú Nation. Archaeological complex - Cultural World Heritage, UNESCO. Chan Chan was the capital of Chimú Kingdom, reached its peak in the 15th century, not long before falling under the Incas. City made of mud, considered as the biggest in America and one of the biggest of the world.

Moche Road



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