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Lima, Perú. December 10, 2017

Year of Good Citizen Service

Peru's best kept secret revealed at U.S. Congress

13:48.

Washington D.C. (U.S.), Dec. 8.
Legislators and businesspeople from the United States praised the quality of Peruvian coffee and cacao, as they celebrated the successful policy of replacing coca crops in the fight against drug trafficking in the Inca country.

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Peru: Foreign buyers highlight pisco's quality

15:12.

Lima, Dec. 7.
Buyers from foreign nations visited the Inca country —earlier this month— with the purpose of learning about pisco and became fascinated by its quality, Peru’s Exports and Tourism Promotion Board (PromPeru) informed Thursday.

Peru's northern coast ready to welcome tourists

12:59.

Lima, Dec. 6.
Peru's northern coast and its beaches are in good condition to welcome vacationers this long holiday weekend, the South American country's Exports and Tourism Promotion Board (PromPeru) affirmed Wednesday.

Peru: Get to know top tourist spots near Lima city

11:56.

Lima, Dec. 6.
There are plenty of attractions and activities to enjoy around Peru's capital city, especially these days that Peruvians will enjoy a three-day-long weekend because of the holiday on Dec. 8 (Feast Day of the Immaculate Conception).

Peru to diversify tourist offer with Dakar 2018

14:04.

Lima, Dec. 5.
Peru will extend its range of tourist attractions thanks to the 40th edition of the Dakar Rally, which will kick off in Peru on January 6, 2018, the Andean country's Exports and Tourism Promotion Board (PromPeru) informed.

Peruvian mayors to promote coffee and cacao at U.S. Congress

13:12.

Washington D.C. (U.S.), Dec. 5.
Mayors of Huanuco, Pasco, Piura, Ayacucho, Junin, and Cajamarca regions —specifically from coffee and cacao growing areas— will present their experiences with alternative crops to U.S. legislators this week.

Peru: Foreign visitors to exceed 4 million in 2017

00:19.

Lima, Dec. 5.
Peru will surpass the goal of luring 4 million foreign tourists in 2017, thus exceeding the number of visitors (3,744,461) who arrived in the Andean country last year, Foreign Trade and Tourism Ministry (Mincetur) projected Monday.

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