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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It's a nice place to stay with really good service. It's 4 blocks away from main square so don't expect extreme silence. The room was big and so was the bathroom. Clean and with a lot of light. The price is good and the service, I repeat, was really good. ... more
Very good value. The staff was very helpful, the hostel was impeccably clean, and there was a full kitchen. Definitely one of the best hostels I've been to. ... more
Any cheap accomodation in Arequipa ?
Hola todos ! We´re planning to stay in Arequipa for a few days and wondering if it´s possible to find some cheap accommodation...! Thanks for your help ! Peter & Valerie ...
La Paz or Arequipa
From Uyuni/Oruro I'll have to choose (don't have time for both): go to La Paz or take the road to Arequipa (via Chili). Which city and surroundings should I choose? Is Colca Canyon nicer than for example some trips from La Paz like Chacaltaya or bike downhill to Coroico? And which city is more beautiful ...
Hostel and information about Arequipa
Can anybody give me a name of a good hostel in Arequipa and can anybody give me information, like i what i really need to see there etc?? Thank you! Wan ...
that the air sparkled with the electricity of it. Five years ago I fell in love with Arequipa, and I was now happy to learn that the feelings then were well-grounded. Arequipa is called “the white city ...
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