A journey to Peru is not complete without visiting Arequipa, the beautiful white city of Peru. Much of the architecture in Arequipa is made of a white volcanic stone, Sillar, hence its nickname of the white city. This gorgeous city combines tradition and modernity in peaceful harmony while providing the gateway to the tradition and breathtaking scenery.
Visit to the monastery of Santa Catalina, which is a sampler of four centuries of architecture arequipa Intruding cells, the small streets and cloisters full of colorful flowers and the walls painted in fresh tints. The narrow alleys leading to the various parts of the convent going through picturesque sites and places of living and sleeping with the original furniture. Visitors will relive and lost time on the road. Visit the main square, one of the most beautiful of Peru, the Jesuit Church of the Company, which in its beautiful facade announces the called mestizo architecture, cloisters and dome, Tristan casona del Pozo and have another example of the past colonial, visit dairy farms bronze and Cabezona, where various commercial activities developed, the famous exchange of products coming from the coast, the mountains or overseas to be offered in the city, craftsmen, tailors also placed . Los Tambos eventually became houses, emerging a new historical episode; visit dairy farms will meet with experiences, feelings and a particular way of life in the history of Arequipa. The Princes of Asturias visited them on their visit to this city.
Includes visit to the monastery of Santa Catalina, Plaza de Armas, the Jesuit church of La Compania, cloisters and dome, Tristan del Pozo mansion tour.