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Trujillo Peru

Trujillo Peru
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Trujillo Peru is known as the "City of Eternal Spring", the city enjoys spring like climate throughout the year, making it a real favorite with locals and tourists from all across the world.



If you are planning a trip to Peru, then you must ensure that a visit to Trujillo is definitely on your cards. This is the third largest city in Peru situated in the northwestern part of the country and is an economic hub of the nation.

Huanchaco, Trujillo PeruApart from the natural beauty surrounding of city, it is also known for the various archaeological sites that were found, depicting life in the ancient centuries.

It is pertinent to note that although Spanish conquistadors put the city on the world map, civilizations like the Moche and Chimu existed even in the past.

Moche ruins are found in and around the city, making Trujillo Peru a true archaeological lover's delight.

You may easily book tours that are organized to visit the Sun Temple, Moon temple and other Moche archaeological sites. Similarly, Chan Chan is a very popular Chimu archaeological site that again, forms a part of the Trujillo archaeological tours. Apart from this, you can even see the wonders of Spanish architecture as created in the later years.



If you thought archaeology is all that this city has to offer, then you are completely mistaken. In addition to such delights, the city offers the best in terms of surfing and other beach sports, largely due to the pristine beaches that are available across its coastline.

Apart from beach sports, the city offers a variety of cultural options for you to soak in the local flavors. The National Marinera Dance Contest, International Festival of Spring, International Book Fair and other national and international arts and cultural events have led to the city being called the cultural capital of Peru.

Huanchaco, Trujillo Peru


In short, all your requirements for a diverse and multifaceted vacation can be answered by a visit to Trujillo Peru. So, visit the place and be dazzled by its richness and diversity



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