Trujillo, millenial culture 3D/2N

Trujillo a millenial culture

Trujillo is a city in the northwest of Peru. It is known for the traditional dance of the country, the marinera. The colonial center houses the great Trujillo Cathedral, with its bright yellow facade and the blue Urquiaga House. Nearby is the Neoclassical-style Iturregui Palace with Italian marble statues and a courtyard. To the west of the city, the huge adobe complex of Chan Chan is an abandoned city that was once the home of the ancient Chimu Kingdom.

Transfer from the airport or land terminal to the hotel. In the afternoon we start with a tour of the Plaza de Armas, Cathedral, Urquiaga House, San Agustín Church, Emancipation House, Iturregui Palace, Archeology Museum. Back to the hotel.

Tour of the ancestral Campiña de Moche.
Visit to the Temples of the Sun and the Moon, sample of friezes and original murals.
In the afternoon we will visit Chan Chan, visit the Huaca Arco Iris, the Site Museum and the Nikan Palace.
Enjoy the Balneario de Huanchaco with its enigmatic Caballitos de Totora.
Typical lunch

Delight in a show of Peruvian Paso horses, marinera, choreography and typical dances. Transportation from the hotel to the terminal or airport.


Transportation from the Airport / Terminal to the Hotel and vice versa.
2 nights accommodation.
1 CD Moche Route.
2 Continental Breakfasts.
Tourism guide in Spanish (For other languages, consult)
Tourist Tickets

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