Peruvian cuisine according to Virgilio Martinez Véliz

Peruvian cuisine according to Virgilio Martinez Véliz

Virgilio Martinez Véliz is chef at Central in Lima and MIL in the Sacred Valley, with a new restaurant due to open in the Amazon next year.
From the Andes to the Amazon: 14 ways to experience Peru

From the Andes to the Amazon: 14 ways to experience Peru

From slick city restaurants pioneering modern cuisine to remote rainforest treks, we bring you the best of this South American country.
Done the Inca Trail? Try Peru's Lares trek

Done the Inca Trail? Try Peru's Lares trek

An alternative to Machu Picchu’s Inca Trail, this route through the southern Andes links Peru’s archaeological sites and traditional communities, following lightly trodden paths where you’ll encounter few other travellers — unless you count alpacas.
The world's best food destinations in 2019

The world's best food destinations in 2019

Whether it’s an Italian temple of gastronomy or an Indian veggie paradise, some places seem to have good food woven into their DNA. From Mendoza to Mysore and Bologna to Beirut, we pick out some of the best destinations for food lovers
Peru: a neighbourhood guide to Lima

Peru: a neighbourhood guide to Lima

High-end eats, cutting-edge street art, exquisite colonial-era mansions reimagined for bright new creative age: Peru's capital is no longer a traveller's backwater but a Latin American luminary.
Green Lights Could Save Birds and Turtles From Fishing Nets

Green Lights Could Save Birds and Turtles From Fishing Nets

Both animals were less probably to get ensnared by fishing nets that shined green light, a new study found.
Explore an Ancient Peruvian Banquet Hall

Explore an Ancient Peruvian Banquet Hall

Archaeologists in Peru discovered a ceremonial complex that’s more than 1,500 years old ... confirming practices that had only previously been depicted in art. The site was used as a ceremonial banquet hall by the pre-Hispanic Moche people. The Moche ruled the coast of northern Peru until they were mysteriously wiped out around 700 AD. The complex would have played host to Moche nobility for political and social activities. Once-colourful murals of marine life, including sea lions and fish, were found at the site, along with pyramid-like structures made of adobe. Artifacts and human remains were also found.