Every Christmas Eve Cusco’s Plaza de Armas becomes flooded with locals participating in an ancient tradition called the Santuranticuy Market, which translates to the selling of saints.
Thinking about visiting Macchu Picchu? One fun way to get there is by train–check out our review of Peru Rail on our travel blog.
Read invaluable Peru travel advice in this interview with Footprint editor and South America travel expert Ben Box who graciously shares his insight with Peru For Less.
We were excited, but not surprised, to learn that Brazil and Iquitos ranked number two and six on the respective lists.
One of Peru For Less’ writers explains details of a music festival taking place in an Alpine’influenced Peruvian jungle town.
Much to the delight of Peruvians and Latin Americans everywhere, the famed writer Mario Vargas LLosa was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature this morning.
Tour Lima like a local during your layover to Cusco and discover the heart of this underappreciated city.
Looking to sit on the beach in Brazil? Check out our guide to the best places to avoid winter and soak in the sun in Brazil.
Otavalo sits nestled between verdant volcanoes and expansive lakes just two hours from Quito.