:: NIGHT LIFE
You can spend an enjoyable night out in most major cities. Information about places to visit is usually available at hotels. Some restaurants locally known as peñas offer live music shows.
In Lima, most popular discos, pubs and nightclubs are located in the Miraflores, San Isidro and Barranco districts. In other cities, they are usually located downtown, near around the main square.
:: FOOD AND DRINKS
Peruvian cuisine offers travelers a wide range of typical dishes from the coast, Highlands and Jungle regions. Always ask if the dishes are spiced.
You can’t miss trying Peru’s world-renowned pisco sour cocktail made with pisco, the Peruvian national drink, a grape brandy. Chicha morada is a nonalcoholic beverage prepared with purple corn. Chicha de jora is a fermented drink made from yellow corn and Masato is a beer made from yucca, this drink is typical of the Amazon region.