Arequipa is Peru's second largest city (with about 900,000 inhabitants) and is located in the dusty foothills of the Andes on the Pan-American Highway. Its beauty lies in its breath taking architecture, displaying some spectacular examples of Spanish colonial work.
From the Arequipa Travel Guide
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We made a booking through Traveller's Point. Some confusion on the booking confirmation as it says "Breakfast is included" & then later in the same confirmation it says "Breakfast is not included". In any case, we were travelling from Nasca during a miners strike & we were arriving later than usual due to bus problems. ... more
Although the management is really nice I found the trekking a little over the top compared to similar tours with all the agencies in town. ... more
Volcanoes -Arequipa - Perú
will climb Misti Volcano in Arequipa, Perú…and I am looking for people like climbing to form a group. Elmer ...
Arequipa - Touring / trekking
Is a colca canyon trek / tour easy to book once out in arequipa? Same with Misti volcano? Does anyone have suggestions for companies? Thanks ...
Gringo hangouts in Arequipa and Cusco
hi all, currently in Arequipa and was wondering whether anyone can recommend any popular gringo hangouts, or any decent popular hostals in Cusco. Cheers Matt ...
Passé la semaine passée à Arequipa : la ville blanche, ainsi nommé pour ses bâtiments coloniaux en sillar, la pierre volcanique blanche typique de la région. Très beau centre historique, architecture ...
Posted in Amérique du Sud 2011 by DonDrito
10 hours overnight from Cuzco and we arrived bright and early in Arequipa. Arequipa is Peru´s second largest city and lays claim to having 360 days of sun a year! Arequipa also boasts one of the more ...
Posted in Surf n Turf by surfnturf